I am so honored and excited to be part of this inspiring circle of women tomorrow. Please join myself,Ardith Goodwin,Jennifer Steck andKathy Lewisfor a conversation about how we have built creative lives (you'll be surprised to learn that the arts is a second career for all of us!) and what we do to sustain ourselves.
Not only will the conversation be engaging, but each of us will also be giving away a piece of art or an art experience to four lucky listeners! You must have registered for the call and be present to win.
"Songbird 7," 18" x 24", acrylics and graphite on flat panel, $799 plus s&h to the first asking nicely. I accept paypal, personal checks and payment plans. Message me , and we can make this extraordinary painting yours. I am disappointed with myself. This painting glows and has such depth, yet I cannot come up with a suitably meaningful title. I suppose it will come with time, but meanwhile, over the course of a month this has just been #7. Sigh. Maybe it's because I'm supposed to allow the collector to title it? Thanks, as always, for following along on my art journey, Warmly, Kim
"Kinsley," 9" x 12", commissioned portrait of such an adorable little girl, acrylics on museum quality panel. This dog painting has a home - but does your home have a dog painting? Museum quality 8" x 10"s featuring one dog on a simple ground start at $499; other sizes and complexities priced accordingly. Reach out to start the conversation. Thanks, as always, for following along on my art journey, Warmly, Kim
"Lashes and Corkscrews," 5" x 8", buckskin tobiano curly horse portrait, acrylic on board, $289 to the first taker. Do I see any hands? Inquires to firstname.lastname@example.org . I really DID intend to paint today, but things got out of hand quickly. I think it was the Snickers bar breakfast that me going in the wrong direction right off the bat. Then the mid-morning helping of caramel corn followed by a Kit-Kat lunch.... straight downhill from there. For the last hour I have had my palette open and the brushes out, but trick-or-treaters are coming thick and heavy, and it's becoming very clear that I will NOT be finishing the sheltie paintings tonight (so sorry JB - they are coming, though!!). Instead I'll share with you a piece I did last week for an art competition. I won't find out about the juror's decision until December, but in the meanwhile, please enjoy Percy, my friend's new gelding. Isn't he a dear?! Be sure to make some time