Of my several attempts, this time lapse recording of the painting hanging in the studio on a October day comes closest to communicating how I felt about seeing the painting there. The flickering light in the video is caused by the greatly sped up passing of fall clouds. Seeing the video is obviously still not the same as visiting the painting in real life. But for me it is a nice reminder of what having the painting in the studio was like.
Silent 1-minute time-lapse compresses 5 months of work on the eight foot painting "sightline" by Randall Stoltzfus
I’ve been working on this color saturated larger painting for a few months. The scale makes the mood-lifting color bath that much better. It’s some real studio color therapy. Here’s a one minute video of me painting one blue circle in just the right spot.