Photo taken after dark, so... it's brighter, more - bubble-gummy and dark pink. With lots of 'calligraphy'. If you click to enlarge, you will see all of the bubbles, notes of color, flecks, etc. Very inspired by Robert Langford's work, but still mostly like my own 'bubble/foam' paintings. I have a series in mind. I think of the edges of the little waves that come into the beach. After the crash of the waves. I've always wanted to try layering and doing monochromatic paintings like this, but for some reason needed to see Langford's work to give myself 'permission'. His work is outstanding and I cannot hope to come close to it, but it gave me a lot of ideas about my own work.
I thoroughly enjoyed New York this weekend. I met up with a friend I made at the first Carol Marine workshop I went to, and a familiar name, probably, to a lot of you bloggers: Nancy Hartley. She is just a lovely person and an artist to definitely follow. We met up for a glass of wine, and to introduce Tim to Brian at Penn Station:
This is so pretty and so creative and unique! I love it! It could hang on my daughter's bedroom wall!ReplyDelete
I love your bubble paintings-I think you should do more! Truly abstract.ReplyDelete
Looks like NYC was fun!
Can't wait to see more of these. Love the shades of pink.ReplyDelete
Kelley, Thank you for the nice words and including us in your post! We loved meeting you and Tim in NYC! We're looking forward to seing you soon in SF! Beautiful painiting, love the happy, and playful feeling of this piece!ReplyDelete
Kelley's fabulous adventures!!ReplyDelete
About the bubbles they are great and you shouldn't quit them because some one else is doing them. I have introduced that subject to Leslie for her radio show since it's one I struggle with.
I love Nancy, how great that you ran into her.
I like the texture you created! Would love to see this in person. Well done!ReplyDelete
I do not know Langford's work but will look him up. This is a delightful piece and I do see the seafoam images with the natural flow of waves... the bubblegum pink is to die for!ReplyDelete
How fun that you and Nancy met up!ReplyDelete
Love this, Kelley. So glad you got to see his work on person. Hope to see more "bubbles" from you.ReplyDelete
Nice job. love your works with donuts, glass!! This room reminds me of a picasso I got to see in person at the museum in S.F.ReplyDelete
Kelley...such a fun and vibrant, full of life, piece. Would love to see a whole HUGE series like this.ReplyDelete