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NEW PAINTING Honeysuckle


"Honeysuckle," 24"x30"x1-1/2", acrylic on cradled panel, $2000 plus s&h. You may purchase her here, via this link.

Monday I dreamt of a wolf

and Tuesday I started painting her. By Thursday she was done.

Here's a video tutorial outlining her process.

Yeah, I know. I should have been working on foxes. But when an image shows up with this much power, I was afraid if I didn't settle in right away, the vision would fade, and the resulting painting wouldn't be as strong.

In my dream, the wolf was like a vaporous cape that I stepped into. She contained all the voices and bits of things I have pulled strength from in my life. When I wrapped the vestiges of her around me, my body absorbed her and I felt....capable, wise, alive. My cells were filled with everything that mattered. We were one and yet also a million vibrating sparkley bits.

Every time in my dream that I became afraid or uncertain, I would look over my shoulder, encounter her again, and repeat the process. This is a visual now embedded in me, and I've painted her so that you can carry it as well.

Thanks so much for following along with my art journey, warmly, Kim


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