Thursday, March 22, 2007

"Help Is That Way"

5 x 7"

oil on masonite


I'm back on track folks - and I woke up this morning happy that I'd be able to paint all day. Aside from working at the shop a little bit, I took a day trip to Asheville, to deliver five new pieces to the 16 Patton Gallery - really enjoyed the drive and time to myself. Long drives are a pleasure to me. I listen to music and think of new things to paint and I always am happy to come home. Aside from all that, spring has sprung here in Atlanta and that means working in the garden. But today I'm back at work, in the studio, with the windows wide open and it feels good.

Also back on track with the San Francisco sights - this is one of my favorite subjects - the window shopper.

A quick note about the artbooks - I've got one more to paint to make up a new Volume Four and I'm expecting new copies of the others any day now. All four books should be available for purchase by April 1st.


Anonymous said...

Glad you are back! I can't wait for the books to come out. I enjoy studying your paintings. They give me inspiration for making more expressive brush strokes and using more vibrant color. I just have to find my niche as far as ideas are concerned.

Carol Marine said...

This is SO cool, Karin!!! I love everything about it. I can't stop looking at.