Friday, December 7, 2012

"Double Dutch"

8 x 10"
oil on panel
sold


This evening the Morris & Whiteside Gallery in Hilton Head is hosting a Holiday Open House and my new paintings will be on exhibit along with Ken Auster's new work.  I'm unable to attend this time, week 2 of nursing a herniated disk, but I'd appreciate you visiting the gallery if you're in the area.  

Included in my grouping 'Met Life' - a woman seemingly engaging with 'Madame Joseph-Michel Ginous' by Vincent Van Gogh with his 'Sunflowers' to her left.


 detail


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4 comments:

Christine said...

your paintings are such an inspiration to me...I learn something with each one I look at...so sorry for your back injury...ouch...heal soon...

Shirley Fachilla said...

This is an especially fine one of your museum series I think. It's as though they (the patron and the painted) are having an intense but quite pleasant chat.
I love the patron's hair and the easy looseness of the frame.
I getting ready to do an "art museum" painting. Mine feel very different from yours.
I hope your disk is getting better.

Chris Werst said...

Karin, These new painting are incredible. Hope you are feeling better.

Sharon Alama Art said...

I always love your work as well as the titles!
Sorry about your back... take it slow & easy.