This is actually a piece that started as the demo from my figure painting last month. It still needs a bit of finishing, but I love the design of it. I love how these two are so wrapped up in each other, literally. And how their legs and feet keep your eyes swooping around and back to each figure. This pair was at the door of the Apple store in Boston, and the abstract colors and designs were a perfect backdrop. So... I'll post it again as I finish it.
I've missed you all, but I had a failing hard drive and thus a forced week off from posting!
I have also been very busy getting ready for the Artists Helping Artists Blogtalk Radio show today (Thursday) at noon Eastern Standard Time - it's on Pinterest, and if you are saying "What's Pinterest?" you are not alone, but it's a HUGE phenomenon, rapidly becoming one of the biggest Social Media movements!~ I'm now a BIG fan of the site. And you'll notice that by clicking on the button on the top right of my blog you can 'follow' me on Pinterest, OR you can 'Pin' any of my paintings from my blog posts by clicking 'Pin it' below the post. I'm planning a giveaway soon for my 'Pin Pals', so keep it in mind! In the meantime....
My workshop in Hull on April 25, 26, 27 is filling up. More Info on the 'Upcoming Workshops' tab at the top of the blog. Come join us - we always have a great time and come away with some helpful tips and techniques! To register email FAndahazy@comcast.net. Sorry for the big post - long time no see!
Great composition. Can't wait for the show tomorrow!ReplyDelete
Oh to have that kind of passion again! LOL I am getting way too old for my own good. A wonderful composition Kelley!ReplyDelete
Nice painting idea! Lucky you to a. have a camera that works and b. be able to be in Boston at that moment! Love the whole thing! And the legs are perfect!ReplyDelete
You nailed their stance...great composition!! You are doing a great job on AHA! Looking forward to the show today!ReplyDelete
Beautiful. I look forward to seeing it finished. Looks fantabulous so far!ReplyDelete
Love this! I really like the simplicity of your shapes.ReplyDelete
Good luck on the show today!!! I followed you on Pintrest so now I really need to listen to the show to find out what I just did!! Yikes! :-)
Good luck on the show today Kelley and your upcoming workshops! Your students are in for a treat.ReplyDelete
Will have to listen all the shows when school is out and I have NO homework. Know you are doing a good job. Love the Kiss.ReplyDelete
Kelley, What a sweet, and simple, little painting! I love it! I missed your radio show, but, promise I will catch up with it! Can hardly wait!!ReplyDelete
Nice. you really caught a "moment" here.ReplyDelete