Wednesday, January 20, 2016

Wanderlust

Wanderlust.
Who hasn't felt it? Where would you go if money wasn't an object? I'd love to know, on this cold January day. Let's all do some dreaming : )
24"x36" / acrylic on gallery wrapped canvas / $1050

6 comments:

Barbara Muir said...

Love this! Where? I'd pop in and visit you, spend a weekend in New York City, head over to Paris, spend a few months in France and Italy. Okay just one because I teach in March.

The painting is gorgeous.

XOXOXOXOXOXO Barbara

Sandra Busby said...

Back to the Maldives Kim... Bliss! Love the painting :0)

catherinemjohnson.com said...

Beautiful!

Marcela Strasdas said...

Everywhere and anywhere!!!! I love discovering new places! To start though, I could head down south to a beach away from the rain for a week before joining Barbara in Paris or Italy! :) love your work, thanks for sharing Kim!

Nicki said...

Love this painting!

Mmmmm... where would I go? Florence? Canary Islands? New York City? or staying closer to home... a Via Rail trip to the west coast?

geraldine gillingham said...

Hi kim. I just discovered you and your work this morning when you commented on karinlynn' some post. I love your work!!!
I just wanted to comment on your post this morning. I have experienced intense feelings of wanderlust my whole life. Growing up in a tiny outport community without much stimulation was very difficult for me. Then again when going through life raising kids and taking care of a family, I thought I would lose my mind sometimes. Not to say I didn't enjoy my nice stable life with my family because I loved it and needed them. I often joked with my husband that I don't know what would have happened with me if I didn't have him in my life. There were many days when I seriously worried that I would go to the airport and get on the next flight to anywhere that I felt was exotic or interesting. Nov and Jan were always my most challenging months. Anyway now that I am 51, and I've found painting, my angst has started to settle out but it was great to read your post this morning. This is something I have had to deal with my whole life and personally I never meet anyone who ever felt the way I did.