Saturday, July 10, 2010

Flip-flop

I really had fun with this one - and these ones are very comfortable ; )
6"x6" / oil on panel / $100 (includes free shipping worldwide)




10 comments:

Alice said...

This is an interesting looking sandal Kim. The play of lights and darks you've created in the painting is wonderful !

Julie Hill said...

great depiction of hard, soft, comfort and form!

Carol Nelson said...

I have been enjoying your shoe series, Kim. I have always wanted a pair of red, sequined shoes like Dorothy wore in the Wizard of Oz.
Actually, your red shoe painting called "Kickin'" came pretty close.
Maybe you can find a pic of Dorothy's shoes somewhere and paint them for your collection.

Crystal Cook said...

All of these shoes are so fantastic Kim. I love the angle of this one. You've done an awesome job again. Wouldn't it be cool to see all these shoe paintings hanging together in a gallery? You should take a photo of that, I'd love to see it! And congrats about your paintings being featured in the gallery! Wish I could come see them :)

This flip flop looks like such a FUN shoe, you know? And it looks comfy too. I love flip flops :)

Pam Holnback said...

Great job w/ the values in this one. I also really like how you handled the hiking boot!

AK said...

Your subjects as well as the paintings are incredible.

liz wiltzen said...

Your boldness with foreshortening is admirable Kim! You are really nailing these shoe studies...

Kerri Settle said...

I agree with Crystal - I'd love to see all these hanging together! That would be an interesting collection!

Gwen Bell said...

Wonderful work, Kim! Love that strong line of the sole and the way the shadow falls.

Stephen Parker said...

You made a simple sandal a riveting subject, Kim. Love the use of umber underneath. Really makes it pop.