Saturday, April 17, 2010

"Alledged"

6 x 6"
oil on masonite
sold

Knowing I'll be in New York next month for the workshop, I pulled up some photographs taking in the city a few years back - sort of reacquainting myself with the surroundings. I am looking forward to going back to, probably, the best people-watching place on earth.

A young woman I spotted sitting on a ledge off the sidewalk in Manhattan.




8 comments:

Ruth Meaders said...

I especially like the looseness of your work. I am working on being a loose woman-painter wise that is.

Terri Buchholz said...

I love the bold shadows and bright sun, but I can't take my eyes off her feet! You say so much with such economy of strokes. You may be my favorite impressionist!

Ivy Antonio said...

Ah yes another gorgeous piece. I am so upset I only recently saw you are teaching in NYC and sadly only got into the waiting list :( I love your work. I've been working very hard at loosening up my style and seeing your work justifies what I like and work towards doing - I love loose work. Thank you!

Linda said...

This is such an interesting painting. As Terri said the feet are awesome. The colors and rendering of the stone work is fabulous, too. Love it!

AutumnLeaves said...

Gorgeous painting, Karin. I love the green overshirt against the grays...

Lisa Daria said...

beautiful.

Beth Parker said...

This is beautiful! Your paintings come directly to my inbox and always are a highlight in my day!

becky joy said...

Love the boldness in your work and this composition.