8.30.2012

finished painting

 Diana
Kelcey Loomer
24” x 30”
Antique wallpaper, paper, acrylic paint,
ink, epoxy resin, pencil, varnish
2012


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As many of you who follow my blog know, I have been working on this painting since January. I finished it last month, and I haven't shown it here yet because it still seems like such a mystery to me. As the artist I often feel pressure to explain the meaning behind my work, and yet, sometimes I am at a loss for words when it comes to explaining what and why. 
So... here is what I can tell you about this piece. 
* The cat is my late cat Salome.
* The house is one of the last houses standing in a blighted Detroit city neighborhood. 
* The moon is cycling through this painting representing sacredness and the passage of time. 

Kelcey

3 comments:

Liz said...

Very, very beautiful, Kelcey. I like that you can't quite explain it. I like that it is a mystery and would rather it not be explained. It gives me visual meat to chew on and something lovely to ponder.

wildviolets said...

Wow Kelcey, so beautiful! Love it:)

Jane@flightplatformliving said...

i love this x