Today, is a gray and rainy day, and my inspiration is artist Giorgio Morandi.
Morandi spent most of his career drawing and painting the same still life objects. His palette is sparse with many warm gray and brown tones. His compositions are horizontal and claustrophobic, often crowding objects together or overlapping. The perspective space of the objects are on a flat plane with little if no recession.
"One can travel the world and see nothing," he said, "To achieve understanding it is necessary not to see many things, but to look hard at what you do see."