"Dreaming of Vincent," 16" x 20" x 3/4", acrylics on gallery wrap canvas, $249 plus s&h. I accept paypal, venmo, personal checks and payment plans. Inquiries may always cometo me.
Last week my daughter moved into her freshman dorm room. It was a fun day, unpacking her life alongside her roomie's (who, although they essentially roomed blind, is basically my kiddo in different packaging), watching them settle into their own independence. This is what we raised her to do, and there she was, jumping in with an open heart. It filled mine with joy.
Then, at the end of the day, she and her roomie agreed that they needed one more thing to complete their room. A sunflower painting.
You know I was all over that one!
The girls got their painting personally delivered yesterday, and on the drive home from campus I decided to do another one, because who knew who else was looking at their walls, thinking that they, too, needed a sunflower painting to complete their own space?
Go ahead, treat yourself to this one. Three smiling faces are waiting for you.
Thanks so very much for following along on my art journey, Warmly, Kim
Kimberly Kelly Santini paintings with soul because our world needs more beauty
"The Spell She Casts (Medicine Hat #13)," 16" x 20" x 1", acrylics on gallery wrapped canvas, image painted around the side, so no need to frame unless you wish. And yes, that glow you see in the image is gold paint reflecting the light - this piece will move and shimmer as you pass by. She is $649 plus s&h to the first one asking nicely. Inquire directlyto me- I accept personal checks, paypal, venmo and will arrange payment plans.
This Medicine Hat painting is number 13, so of course that association alone had me thinking about magic. If you love the company of equines, you know first hand the spells they cast. And that their magic lingers long after they have left.
Thanks, as always, for following along with my art journey, Warmly, Kim
My very first Dog a Day painting, Pink, a little 4" x 5" panel, private collection (THANK YOU!). This is where things really began to take off. But let's go back in time a little first.
It's 2006. I had been creating larger than life sized pet portraits for about 5 years, selling them online (via ebay and my website). I was a little disillusioned, always moving from one commission to another, with little time for continued learning or experimentation (entirely my own fault). In October I decided to carve out a small window of time each day for just myself. An hour to push paint without any expectation but to have fun. I builta blogas a dedicated space to record my efforts, because I love to compartmentalize everything. Yes, everything. My Inner Marketer thought I should dovetail the daily project with the studio in some way, to further drive traffic tomy websitevia keywords, regular updates and context similar content - so I chose to focus on dog portraits. As an ad…