Six paintings: Day 27 – 30

Daily painting

Dear reader,

This week I didn’t blog about my painting. I decided not to blog every day. Blogging costs time, and even though it’s fun and I like it, and it helps me to document my process, I want to balance it more with other projects. The other thing is that it’s easier to see the progress over a week. Let’s give it a try this week. I don’t want it to be a slippery slope, since I think that documenting my process is very important and interesting.

This week I painted four days in a row. I realised how little time it actually costs. I usually paint only a session of 25 minutes. Of course preparing and cleaning up costs time, but right now I’m so used to it, that I can do it really quickly.

I started a whole new painting, number 5 in the series. Here you can see my progress.

thanks for following, see you next week!

Simone Nijboer, Dutch abstract artist, online art teacher, daily painter, creativity accelerator


  1. Dotty Seiter

    Simone, such a gift to see you in action again—I actively missed your painting during the holiday weeks! I LOVE seeing and am fascinated by the progression you’ve posted. The steps intrigue me, the changes wow me, all of it sparks an invitation to head right to my studio.


    • Simone Nijboer

      Thanks, Dotty, I’m so glad it’s contagious!


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