8.11.2011

new work

Almost finished with this 16" x 20" painting. 12 hours straight in the studio today... it has been forever since I have had a chunk of time like that. I love the feeling of working past when everyone else is asleep. To fall into bed with your head still spinning with colors and textures... Painting into the night was something I used to do all the time before I had children who wake up with the sun.

Tomorrow morning I am heading to my photographer to get some professional images taken of my last five paintings. It has been such a productive week!

How have you been keeping up with your innermost to-do list?

10 comments:

Daisie said...

Beautiful! x

Five Carmonas said...

oh my goddess ~ Kelc, that is so beautiful! And I love love love the image of you over in the little tiny studio painting the day away while the rest of the homestead was in a swirl of comings and goings, children and animals, work and rest. And you, in the corner, creating this . so freaking cool!

chris said...

having always been in awe of those with artistic abilities, i'm fascinated at seeing the progression of this work. especially the 'before' paint pools, the sequential renderings of the figures in the zinnia, the floating feathers... how beautiful!! thanks for laying it out your post this way.

Liz said...

that is just...wow! I am so happy for you.

Nancy said...

Wow - so wonderful to see you doing your artwork again - just love it! This one seems extra special . . . and it is great to see the progression.

wildviolets said...

Wow Kelcey, so beautiful! You always amaze and inspire me:) You are so very talented!! I cannot wait to see your new prints. I have been doing a dress sew-a-long on a blog, so trying to get it going. It is for me!:)

What Makes the World Go Round said...

this is absolutely beautiful! can't wait to see the end result

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gretchenmist . . . {belinda} said...

so beautiful!
it's been years since i worked into the night {i get too tired now w kids} ~ it's always been the most creative time!
xx

Erin said...

Love. love. love. love this painting!

Katherine Statsenko said...

Very touching, the soft layers are gorgeous!