Sunday, May 20, 2007

"Lots of Dots"

9 x 12"

oil on masonite


One more to wrap up my busy week - one of those perfect moments (I swear it really lined up this way) where mom and daughter and her stuffed elephant, all wearing polka dots, were zeroing in on Seurat's multitude of dots.

This new painting will be included in my July show at 16 Patton, in Asheville.

Please click here for a larger view.


Sarah Fox said...

Oh I love this one! You do such a great job really capturing people's postures and the way they interact with the world around them (and in this case with each other). It reminds me of going to the museum with my mother when I was a little girl. Perfect!

Anonymous said...

It is just mind boggling to me, how good you are. The lightning speed at which you dish out these paintings is something also that I just can't wrap my brain around either. You are in the zone. This painting is another masterwork. Kudos!

Anonymous said...

Great work! Love to see the next one, and the next one, and the next one . . . !!

Jim Ferry said...

Beautiful structured work

n. rhodes harper said...

Karin, This is a wonderful piece. I have to admit I am envious of how you keep your colors so fresh and pure looking. There is never a muddy note. I wish you would do a youtube video of you painting sometime, like Duane Kaiser. It is so helpful to see really good artists and how they put down their strokes. Can't wait for the next one! N. Rhodes Harper

Anonymous said...

This one rocks, Karen. Love the whole 'dot' connection.
I see your point. ;D

Anonymous said...

oops, make that "Karin"