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In front of "Rosie" (portrait of The Princess and not for sale), from left, "Pink Bunny," "Dotted Bun" and "Flemish Bun,"each 8"x8"x2", acrylics on gallery stretched canvas with image painted around the sides (so no need to frame). These will sit on their own or can be hung directly on the wall. Each is $149 to the first asking nicely. Inquiries may cometo me.


Kimberly Kelly Santini
paintings with soul
because our world needs more beauty
"Oval Chick," 9" x 12", acrylics on gallery stretched canvas, oval, with painted sdes (so no need to frame). Because I am SO HAPPY we have sunshine today and the snow is melted (I might have just cursed us, so sorry Michigan) I'm going to let her go for $150 to the first asking nicely. Inquiries may cometo me.ShareTweetForward


"O'Keefe," 12" x 14", acrylics on museum quality panel, $499 to the first asking nicely. Inquiries may cometo me.

I needed to paint something silly and lighthearted, so O'Keefe, my hamster, became my muse. Originally I was going to have her flying (sort of siren-ish), but I couldn't pull it off. So instead I placed her firmly on the ground, sitting on an O'Keefe painting. Which was an absolute delight to create.


"Tragic," a Siren painting, 24" x 48", acrylics on panel, $1499 to the first asking nicely. Inquiries may cometo me.

I used color to work through my tears today. I have no words. There are none. But there's so many feels.


Wishing love, peace and strength to all who are hurting, today and always. I see you.

Leap of Faith, a Siren painting

"Leap of Faith," a Siren painting, 24" x 30", acrylics on panel, $699 plus s&h to the first asking nicely. Inquiries may cometo me.

The second generation of Sirens (you can seethe first ones here) has me thinking about the challenges of life. I can't paint these things without first visualizing them, and therein lies the challenge, because we typically cannot "see" an individual's struggle. I've spent lots of time imagining fear, conflict, faith, hope, grace as I jump into these new paintings.

I welcome your thoughts - is this one successful? what else would you like to see me tackle?

Thanks so very much!

Alice Honeybuns

"Alice Honeybuns," 12" x 12" x 3/4", acrylics on cradeled birch panel, $529 plus s&h to the first asking nicely. Inquiries may come to me - .

I love the story of Alice in Wonderland, especially the conflict between reality/dream/imagination that some feel they should debate. To me, the answer to that doesn't matter in the least. It's a delightfully imaginative story.

What I have been thinking about, though, is what emotions Alice might have been feeling as the story unwound. I chose to paint her this time as a precocious and curious girl, stepping into the story with her stuffed bunny (The Velveteen Rabbit is another love of mine).

There's more Alice's in the works - I have 4 of these little panels and plan to make a series of them.

Finally, many thanks to those of you who wished me well last week. I don't usually get sick, and dang, this flu was some serious stuff. I am slowly returning to reality - it felt g…