Thursday, September 27, 2012

Changing Seasons

As the seasons change, so does my painting.  I tend to follow the seasons, particularly fall.
You know when I would do Interior Design work, I would tell my clients it was not good to decorate your house when a season changed.  This is only MY humble opinion, I just felt like people were drawn so far to one end of the spectrum, that they steered away from the "timeless" look that I was always struggling to help create.
Unfortunately, we all tend to do that, and it's okay to change up pillows, or really even art if it makes YOU feel good.  It's YOUR house and how you feel in it is what matters.
Just keep the rest simple!
So, I'm (a little bit) over my painter's block.  Actually, I've been going through somewhat of a move this week and I'll be honest, the last two weeks have been an adjustment.  I am leaving my life at the lake to go back to the big city!!! We will still have our home there for the weekends until it sells but for right now, I am making my home back in Atlanta with sweet "W".  I have been moving my art studio here which is a bit of an adjustment and going from a 7 bedroom home to a 2 bedroom condo is as well, but it's really kindof nice to be honest not to have all that stuff to take care of!  It's also really nice not to be so isolated!  AND, I'm an hour closer to the kids!!!
So, like I said, as the seasons change so does my art.  I'm trying my hand at some abstracts, so you will be seeing more and more abstracts in my collections!
So, my latest ones
"Changing Seasons I and II"
Size and price upon requests
Have a great day y'all!


  1. K, are these on canvas? What is size? I bet you are excited to be closer to those sweet grandkids. They are precious.

  2. Hey Susan! They are on gallery wrapped canvas about 1 1/2" thick and are 16 x 20 each. They are 350.00 each. Let me know if you are interested!!! Thanks!

  3. k. will email you. have some questions!

  4. It's funny you say that about decorating during season changes. I was just in Pottery Barn today looking at duvet covers, and I kept thinking everything looked to "springy." I was looking for something with more warm and cozy colors and textures....obviously, more winter, less summer. And I never thought I would be a person who would change out bedding for different seasons, but I think I just might!