Yeah. And in the midst means research and that once again, “Google is your friend” holds true in this time of information overflow.While trying to come to terms with my personal assignment, the PRE-RAPHAELITES – what the hell do I have in common with THEM?! – I am following down the various information paths and once again, end-up with Wikipedia to help putting all the colliding and confusing data together into one clean statement.And here I follow to the link of Michelangelo, with whom I feel a special bond, and one sentence I read is that [...] for Michelangelo, the job of the sculptor was to free the forms that were already inside the stone. [...] which is really funny to read, because just 3 days ago at my final critique I was trying to put this exact thing into words when describing a part of my painting, Flying to the Moon. Often, when I work, I know “it is there” and that I just have to work at it to come out, get clearer and then by painting I can mold it and make it visible to others too…. and back to the paper it is for me.