Wednesday, November 30, 2011

A painter's table, work in progress



This is another reclaimed canvas, but I'm almost out of them ; ) You can see in the first picture I've sketched in my drawing, and so on down the line. It's on top of a still life. Plan on finishing it tomorrow.

13 comments:

mary maxam said...

Once again, I am loving the depth of your reclaimed canvas. Such beautiful line,shape and color! Are these acrylics or oils? Do you sand in between?

martinealison said...

Je trouve absolument fascinant le fait de nous montrer l'évolution de votre travail... On voit naître peu à peu à travers une ancienne peinture la "nouvelle génération"!... Des couleurs, des formes se concrétisent pour notre plus grand plaisir...
gros bisous

Kim said...

Thank you Martine and Mary. Mary, these are acrylic so I just paint right over top!

Sandra said...

Inspiring!!! Such a great way of recycling old canvasses and getting rid of the work we are unhappy with :0)

Barbara M. said...

You go girl. It seems you are just on fire. Love it so far.

XO Barbara

Victoria Arnott said...

This is yet another great painting. But since you are running out of canvases that need to be reclaimed, it is time for you to start pumping out some bad paintings. Email me if you need any tips or help on how to do that. :P

Nicki said...

So GOOD. This whole reclamation mission you are on is exciting to watch.

suzanneberry said...

there's something about this reclaimed series that has grabbed me by the inspirationals! i absolutely love the feeling, the timeless yet retro look of each canvas. outstanding work kim! bravo!

Dayna Talbot said...

Kim...Love what you are doing....your colors are amazing!
The previous still life painting is just beautiful!

Carol Schiff Studio said...

Great works Kim. You must have powerful sense of concentration. I think I would loose my focus, trying to paint a new composition over an old one.

Karen Bruson said...

So fun to see the process. Can be confusing in the beginning with all that going on in the background.

Crystal Cook said...

This is just awesome Kim. There's something really FASCINATING about seeing this painting emerge on top of the other one. I love it. :)

c.dingman said...

love this post. Thanks for sharing the in progress details