Jo says, "Psychologically, having several paintings waiting for you helps to draw you back out to the studio. There’s a certain energy and momentum that builds while working on a painting that dissipates with its completion.....Having another painting waiting for you after completing one tends to lesson the inertia you may experience that prevents you from traveling that long distance (often a hall or simply a doorway) back to the studio."
Recently, I was working on two paintings at one time and enjoyed the process. Next time, I'm going to take Jo's advice and create three paintings at once. What do you think? Do you like to create multiple paintings? You can cut the risk by beginning your experiment with small canvases.