Author Archives: kim

First Post, November 1st, 2010

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I’d like to reach out to my small audience of followers and communicate more regularly with you when possible.  I’ve been having some problems making changes to my web site and so have added the name to my repertoire.  I’ll have to see if this will be the one and only or just and alternative to the other site.

I’m willing to discuss my paintings in a fairly oblique way, generally, because I think that, there really is more to my paintings (and many other artists paintings as well) than the types of paints used, the implements used and so on.  I operate on more of a subconscious level, my art has more in it which I notice after the fact than I care to admit.  It almost seems we have our inner selves governing our actions, and I like to let that side of me, the spiritual if you will, dictate my actions.  Hope that doesn’t sound too silly, but there you go.

November 2010 Blog

December, 2010:

Getting a huge amount of response from my wee (10 x 10′) booth at the One of a Kind show in Toronto.  Just joined at the last second and got one of the last booths available, just wanted to meet and greet and get some more people on my mailing list.  Mission accomplished, and made some money to boot, of course.

Just wanted to mention how much fun it was at the Gordon Harrison Gallery in Ottawa a week or so ago.  The opening night was just a knockout, actually very hard to move about with all the folks attending.  Things are going very well at 295 Sussex so far, and special thanks to all my Ottawa relatives for dropping by to check things out!

November is a big month for me.. I’ve decided to show my art at the One of a Kind Christmas Show from November 25th until December 5th, and so I’ve had to start gearing up for this show.  Additional demand from some of my stronger galleries means extra pressure to create the special, original paintings I’ve been known for.  And I hope to have a small series of figurative work to help keep my supporters happy as well.  I hope to pull together a few pieces for all to see.