Day 12 Almost disastrous

So, I don’t spatter very often in my paintings and I learned a valuable lesson yesterday. Unfortunately it may be at the expense of a piece of art. I just didn’t really pay attention to what else was around me (for some bizarre reason thinking the paint would only go where I wanted it to go). Instead red paint flew all over and manage to hit three other pieces of art. One did not get hit in a critical area, but only on the side. The other I was able to clean quickly and easily. But the third may need major reworking. It was a white on white with black and gray accents. Now it has red accents that just don’t go! Good thing I like this painting that caused all the trouble!

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