Monday, December 6, 2010

Motivation-cation





Heeyy, it's me. I'm alive. For anybody who keeps up with my blog I have had a bit of a motivation issue. Been lettin' it slide a bit.
But I'm back.
These are a few 6x9 paintings I am putting together for Leiper's Creek for the Christmas buying crowd. They're small and inexpensive and we have already sold a few. Hope to have the last two dry and in the gallery by midweek for a total of 8. If they sell well we may be on to something. I have noticed in this industry though as soon as you think you're on to something it changes to something else. Like trying to kill a rattlesnake with a sewing needle.

7 comments:

Denise R said...

Glad to see you are back and new work! Love them all, as usual!

Keith Tilley said...

Hi there Kevin. Glad you're back again; it's always nice to see your warm sunny landscapes, especially in the depths of a Scottish winter!

Carol Schiff Studio said...

Beautiful pieces. I am especially drawn to the first one with the evergreen trees, you do them so well.

C. Ousley said...

I was fixing to give you the business about slacking, running out of paint etc. Good work as usual.

Tiffany Foss said...

I've been missing the updates! I like the rattlesnake with the sewing needle comment.. and the work as always. I hope you do well w/ the 6x8's!

Carol DeMumbrum said...

Beautiful work!! Glad to see you are back!! I hope to see you in Leiper's Fork. I have a few small paintings at Laurel Leaf Gallery. :)

PurestGreen said...

Great analogy about the rattlesnake. The last painting you posted is my favourite. I like all the subtle textures.