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"Abundance," 9" x 12", acrylics and graphite on museum quality panel, $399 plus s&h to the first one asking nicely and from a proper distance. I accept paypal, venmo, personal checks and payment plans. I can ship now (via Fed Ex, utilizing their porch pickup) or later. Please reach out to me with inquiries or questions.

I will be honest, it's been hard finding my mojo at the easel. Particularly the last 5 days. I've cut myself off from the news and seriously limited social media time and tried very hard to keep my hamster brain from running on the wheel of anxiety. This morning, though, I knew I had to jump in and do a painting for myself or else this whole deer-in-the-headlights thing might atrophy.

It's one thing to work on a portrait, I think, because I've done so many of them and the decisions are mostly made based on likeness. But these paintings with the rabbits, they come from a deeper place inside me, and often require coaxing, stillness and trust to show up. Not really things I'm feeling an excess of these days, lol. So I started out not expecting anything, but welcoming what might arrive.

And would you look at this?!

My takeaway for today is show up. Just show up. Because nothing will definitely happen if you don't.

Ok, so lets do a show up repeat tomorrow. Who's with me?

Thanks for following along with my painting journey, Kim


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