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Three new pieces, acrylic on flat panel, a curated collection of original art available with special group pricing of $700 plus s&h. At left, Second Bloom, 9x12 ($500), on the right at top is Cotton Candy, 6x6 ($275), and below her, Cabernet, also 6x6 ($275). Collectively this arrangement measures 15x12. These will be offered as a group until September 9th after which I will parcel them out at the individually marked prices above. Inquiries may come to me or you can use this link.

Direct from my garden to your walls

If you follow me on socials (FB and Insta), you may have seen the various groupings I've been doing with the abstract paintings this summer. I collect a handful of them and then play with various arrangements and overlaps on the studio floor. It's a fantastic way to reframe the designs and allow the paintings to have conversations with each other.

I've also discovered that some of the paintings feel stronger when they are together. Not that the individual paintings are not little delights on their own, but when put in the company of others their sum is much greater.

Such is the case with this grouping, a collection of panels started plein air (outside in my garden) and finished in the studio. All three are thick with luscious paint and richly colored individual "portraits" of my favorite dahlias in bloom and the garden bed they call home. You get an overview painting along with two closeups. You can keep all three for yourself or keep your favorite and gift the other two.

You can see the piece in greater detail here, view up close (I'm telling you that paint is THICK!) and in a room setting, and find a link to purchase.

Let me know if you would like a payment plan (30% non refundable deposit with the balance plus s&h paid off within a year) - those are set up on an individual basis and not processed through my website.

This curated collection will be available until September 9th after which I will allow the individual pieces to go out. Let me know if you want just one or two of them, and I'll keep you in the loop, k?

Thanks so much for your interest in my artwork,
All my best, warmly, Kim


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