Tuesday, March 31, 2009

"Summer VI"

4 x 4"
oil on masonite
sold

This is probably the end of my little beach paintings - at least for a while. I'm deep in the progress of painting for a dual show coming up in May and there comes a point where any distraction cuts into my time. Yikes. Meanwhile I'll stare at these little gems and dream of being barefoot and tan.


ps - Thank you all for the comments on the little movie I posted this morning. It's just something I wanted to do - keeping myself familiar with movie editing and putting images in a different context. Hope you enjoyed it.



11 comments:

Anne Marie Propst said...

Oh my the colors are delicious. This may be my favorite. Think I will go to the auction tonight. Great job.

LSaeta said...

I am so impressed with all of these lovely beach paintings ... please don't stop! They are all wonderful!
I know you have to get busy on your upcoming show but these have been such a treat! Thanks for sharing!

Jeremy Elder said...

A great one to end the theme. She is looking out to the horizon to what is next.

Peter Lee said...

Hi Karin,
Your art is so amazing and inspiring! I found you in the American Artist magazine (February 2009). During the past fifteen years of my painting career, I've never had faith in the internet art market. But your article changed my mind, and I just joined the blogspot. I'm your fan now!
Keep up the good work.

meera said...

Beautiful paintings -- and what a prolific painter!

FCP said...

I love the lavenders, blues and greens against the warm skin tones. Beautiful!
Faye

Pam Holnback said...

Your beach paintings are great. You really capture the feel of spending a day hanging out in the sun. Look forward to seeing what's next.

Cooper Dragonette said...

You do a great barefoot and tan! Good luck with the work for the May shows! Keep us posted.

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

Very nice. I like the area of warmth against all that cool.

Mary Sheehan Winn said...

Oh the color harmony. The touch of 'bathing suit' purple in the water.
Beautiful!

Kay Wyne said...

I feel like I am at the beach. Love the blues.