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Colliding Worlds

"Colliding Worlds," 16" x 20", acrylic on gallery stretched canvas, $649 plus s&h to the first asking kindly. Inquiries may always come to me. I accept paypal, venmo, personal checks and payment plans.

Day Three of Kentucky Derby week. Four years ago today, I was fulfilling my duties as the Official Artist of The Kentucky Derby, sitting in a box at the finish line at Churchill Downs, watching the running of The Kentucky Oaks. And today I'm working in my jammies from home - but I am wearing a hat! a baseball cap adorned with roses! Sigh. Good times.

"Colliding Worlds" is another paint over, although the entirety of the previous painting (a Firefly one) is completely buried. That sometimes happens. And I guess it also plays into the painting's concept - expectations vs reality - nicely, too.

Now to figure out what I'll paint tomorrow. I'm all out of these little 16x20 canvases, and I feel like I get a head start when they already bear layers of marks...... maybe I should go dig in my archives and see what I can find in older works that haven't yet sold.

I always say, as long as I continue to own the painting, it's subject to be revised on a whim. Revisions could include a total make over!

Thanks, as always, for following along with my art journey,
Warmly, Kim

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