Feeling bold today, the palette knife was calling my name. I had sold a sailboat painting last week, and the memories of so many other seascapes came flooding back. Using personal photos on my phone, I started this demo in class today to assist a student through the process. This is painted entirely with my Princeton Catalyst, which I normally prefer to any metal knife. The handle was too long to fit in my pocket box, so I took the head off the handle, holding it from the ferrel end! It slid right off, and I can stick it right back on for normal use! It is super fun to get chunky with the paint, while using the photo as a "jumping off point" for my painting. It gives me some guidance, as I let the whims of the paint run wild. Sometimes, I just have to run free! Painting number 1482 in 1482 days.