Posts tagged ‘Katinka Clementsmith’
He has a hole where his heart should be, but he is more whole and capable than he realizes, maybe he should howl a bit at that moon.
Tin Man is acrylic on watercolor paper. about 7.5×11
The end of every journey is the beginning of a new adventure. This painting is about being at the end of one stage, and all the emotions that come with starting that new journey. Happy New Year everyone, what will you do with yours?
New Frontiers, Acrylic on 12×12 watercolor paper. $60 unframed. (note the right side has been cropped in about two inches in the photo, there are actually three suns above him.)
Acrylic on Canvas 20×20 $175.
Acrylic on 16×20 Canvas. $160.
Most people think of my wide eyed wistful girls when they think of my art, but my story people are close to my heart as well. They are probably my most expressionistic, soul spurting, muse directly to canvas paintings that I do. I haven’t figured out a nice way to show them with my girls yet or I would show them more often at shows. The Earth Bistro walls hung with them for about 4 months last year. Even to myself they seem such a departure from my low brow girls, more abstractions, ideas, even the color scheme is different. My girls live in worlds of berry reds and cerulean blues, pinks, black, whites. My Story people prefer the bold oranges of Mars and the greens of Venus, bright sun yellows, Deep midnight skies.
Clara (top) is 20X20 Acrylic on Stretched Canvas painted in 2012 Regular price $200. On Sale for $100 through December!
Carmen is 24×36 Acrylic on Stretched Canvas painted in 2012. Regular price $250. One Sale $100 through December.
Shipping costs are the responsibility of the buyer. The smaller will ship USPS for about $20 within the US and the larger for about $35. Picking up is always an option.
Not only did the reception at Earth Bistro bring many old and new friends together to enjoy some great food and company, but it also got me in touch with a few friends from the past. My artwork was spotted by dear friends of mine who I lived next door to for a year, 14 years ago as well as someone I went to High School with in Garden Grove decades back. That is three friendships renewed from the opportunity of showing my work at Earth Bistro. Sometimes there are gifts even better than selling art that we can get from showing. Get your work out there, be seen. There is no show to small that it might not change someone’s life, and that life could very easily be your own. Thank you Tony from Bigfoot Art Classes and Earth Bistro for making this show happen!