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Lucidity, a new fox painting


Lucidity, 18"x24" original acrylic painting on panel, $1000 plus s&h to the first asking nicely. Please see the links below.
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During the pandemic I obsessively drew faces, then destroyed the linework, then teased out a couple facial features. This process transferred to the Talisman paintings which started around that same time. It continues to show up in my brushwork, the way I draw various shapes, and even inside my painting process.

Create. Destroy. Rebuild.

This cycle has become important to me. It reflects our current world, it is a story of survival, it is a metaphor for humanity's resistance to change. To create, destroy and rebuild one has to be vulnerable and relinquish control, knowing that what emerges afterwards will be different.

Lucidity is all about this concept. The roses and peonies spin on their own axes (stems) so quickly that they have become little worlds of their own, perhaps even headed on a collision course. Petals and leaves orbit around each bloom like little moons. Fox sits calmly in the chaos - she will show us how to navigate the vicious tide cycle. She knows the way.

Lucidity can be viewed up close, in a room setting, and even purchased off my website. 

Ask if you'de like a payment plan. A 30% non refundable deposit reserves the painting, with the balance plus shipping and handling satisfied within 12 months. 

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