I have several bokusho WIP's but this is the biggest one. It's 60x48, painted as a vertical but fits this space better as a horizontal, I'll wire it both ways. As I've been doing since the onset of this series, this is also using an old or in-progress painting as a base. The red, in this case, is all that remains of the earlier attempt and it sort of works but I'm not impressed. I do like the collage portion of the painting, and feel that it could stand on it's own... I rather like the way some of the underpainting seeps through as pentimento. I'll be stretching more square canvases in the future, just using up the stalled, prepainted efforts first. When I do begin with fresh canvas, I won't be prepainting or texturizing, but working directly on the canvas with clear mediums or stains first. Am still trying to shortcut some of the laborious layers out of my process as they very often overwork the piece... I need to think more and paint less. HA! That should be interesting!