Sunday, April 27, 2008

"X-ing"

6 x 6"
oil on masonite
sold

Sundays are usually devoted to domestic chores that I've neglected all week. Today I sherked the mundane and devoted my day to the letter X. Crosswalks are a visual obsession with me. Especially on a bright day - where pedestrians create wiggly shadows that fall over the painted stripes. It's a subject that I can play with edges and unexpected colors and I just love that.



6 comments:

Deb said...

Nice Karin!

So exciting to see how you interpret the unseen, the unexpected. It inspires me to keep looking outside the box.

Deb

Vic Vicini said...

Fantastic work Karin. Hope all is well.

DIANE TASSELMYER ARTIST said...

Karin, thank you for helping me to SEE MORE in simple things, especially color! you rock!

Bill Brauker said...

I love how you take something so simple and make it exciting and beautiful.

william wray said...

Daring crop, I have one kind of like this I've been thinking about for years...

Mary Sheehan Winn said...

Proving that to an artist, everything is a subject.