Thursday, January 29, 2009

"All In Good Time"

6 x 6"
oil on masonite
sold

Just a little reminder that the ice and snow will melt and the warm sun will return - and all in good time you'll be back to the sand and surf.


Also I just wanted to mention I've been working hard on the new paintings for the upcoming show in March - there will be around 30 pieces showcased with the majority being new work. Those paintings will be debuted both on my website and Morris & Whiteside Gallery's website the week before the opening reception, which will be held on Friday evening, March 13th. If you want your first taste of sand and surf, make plans to join us on Hilton Head Island - I would love to meet you.



17 comments:

John Wright Art said...

Great painting, Karin. Love the broad brushstrokes and yes....sun and sea, just what I need to cheer me up on a gray, cold day.

Erika Nelson said...

Gift for my frozen eyes thanks Karin! Sending you much creative energy for your show pieces completion!

Paintings by Irit Bourla said...

Love it.
It is so Santa Monica beaches now in this moment its in the upper 80th..Dont hate me.

Nancy and the fatties said...

Good luck with the show Karin! I am getting up my courage to try your biweekly challenge, and your words of encouragement on self-criticism really helped!
I have a foster pug who lives on Hilton Head now, in the lap of luxury. Her parents are art collectors. I will be sure to tell them to go see your show!

Edward Burton said...

BEAUTIFUL painting, Karin! I love it. Excellent brushwork and colors!

Jeremy Elder said...

Its 80 degrees in CA. Sorry just had to rub it in!

This is a beautiful painting.

Susan Carlin said...

Just adding my congratulations for all your new recognitions and accomplishments. They're all very well deserved, Karin.

Also...thank you for the advance image of summer. I needed that.

Anita said...

I'm amazed by what you do in these little paintings - wonderful brushwork!

Deb Kirkeeide said...

Really? Do you promise? It's 5 below zero here! This painting is really inviting. I think I will just look at it all day and dream of warmer days...sigh....

Art with Liz said...

Your brushwork and use of paint is fantastic and luscious. Love it!

James Parker said...

Karin, I do so admire the looseness, yet cohesive quality of your brushstrokes..and the color tones on this one are perfect, I think. And, to further rub it in...that could be just down the road from me here in Costa Rica...AAAh..partly cloudy, nice breeze and a perfect 80 degrees.

Cooper Dragonette said...

I can't wait for the snow and ice to melt! Great compostion Karin. I like the contast of the figure to the waves.

Tina Steele Lindsey said...

Thank heavens warmth is coming, my feet are freezing! Nice piece!

Joe Dorn said...

I like this Karin. The way the wind is blowing makes me feel I am there.

Diane said...

Love your work... wish I could be at the show.

Todd Bonita said...

another beauty.

http://www.onpainting.wordpress.com said...

Just what we need for a cold day.