That was over a year ago.
I found the painting recently pressed between watercolor paper and mat board. I set it out and just looked at it for a couple of days and I came to the conclusion...
"It wasn't bad! So why did I give up?"
First of all let me point out the most important thing. Never throw away a painting no matter how you "feel" about it. NEVER. Your feelings change, the painting doesn't. And I have to say I learned some very important lessons in this process.
1. I'm a horrible judge of my own work WHILE I'm working.
2. My feelings taint my judgment.
3. Feelings get in the way of painting... sometimes.
4. Stepping away is important.
I put a few, yes just a few, finishing touches on this painting and am actually proud to post it. May you take these art lessons and apply them to non-art things too people!!!!