A Workshop with Jeremy Lipking, pt. 4

by Matthew Innis |

By the second day of the 2006 workshop with Jeremy Lipking, I had to admit to myself that I had overpacked.  Not by a little either, but by a lot.  Despite my thoughtful consideration for what I had to cart with me from one coast of the United States to the other, I found out I was in excess of an easel, a tripod, a dozen or so tubes of paint, four handfuls of brushes, and a roll of paper towels.  Though it had taken me some time to accept my decision, truthfully, the realization that I was not going to be painting that weekend had hit me within the first hour on the previous day.

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