Or more appropriately, "Stinky Trainers". This was a challenge from Ralph
, who said, sure, I could paint pretty shoes, but he'd like to see what I'd do with his smelly trainers. So here you are Ralph! : ) The blue packet on the top shoe is a neat little velcro pocket that he stores his key in when running. Thanks Ralph - it was fun!
6" x 6" / oil on masonite / $75
I love painting of shoes.. I think it's the idea of thinking about all the places they have been. :) Beautiful.
Fun Kim - and you painted 2! Think it's a looser style than you usually do too, which really like the effect.
Funny what you said on my blog about "what did I see" - a donut, ha! That's a good one + I should have thought of it.
They are no longer stinky! you've made them look fabulous. Can I send you pictures of mine too!!!
Sure AK, send them over ; )
And Susan, I ran out of my RayMar panels and am painting on gessoed masonite until the new shipment comes in. I find it quite different to work on but I like it. The surface holds the paint differently.
Nice job on the "stinky" trainers and how fun that Ralph challenged you.
I think these are absolutely wonderful KIm. My wife agrees she loves the loose way you have interpreted them. Thank you so much.
I should hae said that right this minute I do not have a spare $75 but if I do and when I do.
Super job on these shoes! Love the rich reds and loose brush work.
I love the loose brushstrokes, and subject matter, so playful!
I have seen these shoes at my house. You got the character just right.
You were definitely up to the challenge. I can almost smell them now. Great job, Kim.
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