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IN PROCESS Daydream #2 (in the clover)

IN PROCESS  "Daydream #2 (in the clover)," acrylics and watermedia on a 30" x 40" x 1-1/2" gallery wrapped canvas, image painted around the sides. Dang, but this concept has dug itself deep into my head. #2 will be $1999 when finished. I accept paypal, venmo, personal checks and payment plans. Inquiries may always come to me - thank you!

PLEASE NOTE: during the past four months, this painting was significantly revised and retitled Daydream 36. The purchase information remains the same. You can see the newest version here.

The past few weeks I've seen my muse, but mostly from a distance. I've been trying to entice her to stay, but she doesn't cave for the normal sort of thing like copious amounts of chocolate. However, I think that she's completely sold her soul for these last two Daydream paintings. And hence a new series is born. And I get all the chocolate.

Also, this one was very much influenced by my newest acquisition, a vintage print on linen of American Impressionist painter Robert Reid's Fleur de Lis. That blue got me thinking of Thomas Wilmer Dewing's blue, and the rest is history.

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


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because our world needs more beauty
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