This is another painting that I have been working on recently. Having spent much time working outdoors in recent years and with Winter approaching (several months ago) I decided to move inside to this room I have access to, to work. I thought I would use a similar strategy to that which I had been using outdoors, whereby I shift my position slightly during the course of the painting. I do this to shake up my reliance on conventional perspective, to enhance the way I perceive space and to make my composition more inventive. Using this strategy indoors however has proved more difficult than I expected as the straight lines and geometry are more complex to resolve. Added to this, I usually do a fairly thorough underpainting which helps me resolve the composition early in the work. In this instance, I have worked across from right to left with minimal underpainting and am still resolving many aspects of the composition at this later stage in the painting. You can also see that I have laid down a basic view of what I see out of the windows and I have begun the task of describing the lace curtains over that view.