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NEW PAINTING Daydream 13

"Daydream 13," 24" x 30", acrylics and graphite on panel, $899 plus s&h to the first asking nicely. I accept paypal, venmo, personal checks and payment plans.  Inquiries may always come to me.
This painting is a very personal one. The figure is myself, as a child, inspired by a school photo. I was so lost (and not because the photographer made me take off my glasses for the picture) - aware that I was different and convinced (wrongly so, I might add) that this was very much not ok. If I could go back to Little Kim, I would tell her to own her story and let her heart shine more brightly. I would teach her about spirit guides, tell her that intuition is a fabulous navigator, and being 4 eyed was not a curse.

And I'd whisper in her ear that she was, and will continue to be, an artist with every breath she takes.

Thanks so very much for following along on my art journey,
Warmly, Kim

9/11 changed Americans forever in so many ways. It saddens me that my children grew up in a world laced with terrorism, ongoing wars and increasing violence. My oldest was in Kindergarten, The Caped Crusader was 3 and The Princess just a baby. They saw friends' parents/neighbors head off to war, practiced active shooter drills at school and were bombarded with conflict in an increasingly divided world. Today I mourn more than the lives lost to the senseless acts of terror. I also mourn the lives changed, forever, and the combative path our world spiraled further down.
 

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