I know nothing! The more I learn the less I know. The desire to not know is strong when you realize you know nothing. One could stop learning and happily assume they know it all.
To not think about what one is doing or about to do can be a good thing. Thinking is hard on the brain. Instead — Just do it! Of course you may or may not like what you “just did”.
Junk, it’s all junk! It was required and desired in the beginning … but now it is just junk. Why is it still there? Too many things that serve no purpose. Make an effort and clean it up, or not.
When I discover new drawing or painting techniques I tend to exploit myself. More often than not this sends a work to the trash can.
Watercolour painting after a 20 year break is NOT like riding a bicycle. You fall, you scrape your knees and bleed, but you get back up and carry on.
Large format acrylic paintings are hogging my living space. Time to light them on fire and return to painting with watercolours.