My painting came to life over a ten day span in January. The painting in a pre-completion state can be viewed here:
Painting entails making decisions rather than choices. A decision cuts off alternatives where a choice can be revisited and altered. The buffet table offers choices. If what you choose does not suit your taste, you can choose something else. During the choosing all alternatives are equally available and unaffected by other choices. Once one starts marking up a canvas, decisions replace choices. Making decisions in painting transmutes the value and availability of future options so that alternatives are often eliminated or radically altered.
The progressive history of decisions tells one story about "What a TV Sees." If the work works for you, it tells many other stories too.
Like they say in Manhattan, check it out!