The quiet solitary atmosphere

“She preferred the quiet solitary atmosphere, to create in her own world of pain and colour, the thrill of anticipating how her works would turnout as she eyed the blank sheets of paper or canvas before starting her next masterpiece. How satisfying it was to mess around in paint gear, without having to worry about spills, starch or frills, that was the life!” — E. A. Bucchianeri, Brushstrokes of a Gadfly