"Whirligig," 24"x30", acrylic on panel, from the "Forest for the Trees" series. This piece, along with some sister pieces will be available in the very near future. However, if you simply cannot wait to make her yours because I love her so much and can totally relatem let me know and we will work something out. And thanks so much for your interest in my artwork.
On Saturday I painted live with my online students, and it was such a wonderful session. They brought amazing questions to the table, and I was able to get a fantastic start on this piece. I continued to work on her the remainder of Saturday, but took yesterday off so that this morning I would have fresh eyes and be better equipped to evaluate things.
After a lovely yoga practice (day 109 of consecutively hitting my mat - go me!!!) and writing my morning pages in the company ofmy new kitchen mural,I came down to the studio and rolled up my sleeves. I'd say it's been a good day so far - progress on a number of pieces. And THIS. This one, Whirligig, got some final adjustments and is now signed.
I can't believe she came off my easel. One of my favorite things about being an artist is that I get to make things that don't exist anywhere but in my heart.
Thanks for taking the time to look at my work, Be well and be inspired, Kim
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"Tabby Kit," 5" x 7", acrylics on a museum quality panel, depicting a tiny little orange striped guy from Morgue File . This painting can be yours for $289, which includes s&h inside the US. And in case you didn't see it, a little doodle of him is also available for sale here . Inquires may come directly to me . Although it certainly doesn't FEEL like spring here (snow and ice and wind chills, brr!), I can tell that spring is coming. The mercury is rising a wee bit each day and the days are getting longer and brighter. Over the weekend we drove with the moonroof open just to feel the sun's meager and oh-so-very-welcome warmth (although the heat in the car was cranked, too, in the interest of full disclosure!). I wanted to work with spring-like colors today, and this little guy was still on my mind , so I grabbed a small panel and got to work. Of course, I also have Poppy to finish and some changes to make to another po
Clockwise from top left, "Spruce," 24"x30", acrylic on panel, $1200 plus s&h; "Bare," 15"x30"x1-", acrylic on gallery wrapped canvas (with painted sides featuring a pink feather) $1500 plus s&h; "Northern Lights," 24"x30", acrylic on panel, $1200 plus s&h; "Winterberry," 24"x30", acrylic on flat panel, $1200. And on top, "Snowglobe," 18"x24", acrylic on panel, $1000 plus s&h. These pieces will be available for purchase at 3pm eastern March 5th, 2022, via the Available Paintings page on my website . Please read further for details. I have decided to let Snow Globe go. I love her to pieces, but have no place to hang her and she deserves eyeballs. So my loss is your gain! Please also note that I mis identified the substrates in three of the paintings from the original announcement - with the exception of Bare, the taller piece on gallery wrapped canvas, the others a
Clockwise from top left, "Sky," 24"x36"x2", acrylic mixed media on cradled wood panel, $2000 plus s&h; "Rabbit, Rabbit," 36"x36"x2", acrylic mixed media on gallery wrapped canvas, $2400 plus s&h; "Surrender," 24"x24"x2", acrylic mixed media on cradled wood panel, $1600 plus s&h; "Oscillate," 24"x18", acrylic mixed media on flat panel, $1000. These pieces will be available for purchase at noon eastern January 31, 2022, via the Available Paintings page on my website . Please read further for details. It's been wonderfully crazy the last 10 months or so, as eager collectors have been buying my work, often while it remained unfinished. While I do truly love that the paintings were/are resonating so deeply, I also realized that I needed to institute some changes in how I offered them for sale. Selling immediately wasn't serving my newly discovered desire to savor what the p