Wednesday, April 21, 2010

Megan

"Megan"Charcoal and conte on paper, 30x22, SOLD

J.B. Krost responded to my drawing yesterday by asking
if I had been hiding my charcoals. Funny, but I realized
since I had moved to Eastern Oregon I had not been
working from models. Thus there were no new drawings
coming forth. Well except animals from photos. There
is something so spontaneous and lovely working from a
model. Cindy Bilotti and I paid models to come to my
studio and regularly worked from these lovely people, and
we did have incredible people come sit and stand for us.
Todays drawing is one such person, a very talented artist
herself.

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11 comments:

The Painted Lady said...

The movement in this piece is impressive. I love the gestural quality and use of color. There is a slight lean towards the abstract that is intriguing. Would love to see more pieces like this!

Sunrise Sister said...

Powerful image today! Tx for sharing it.

Caio Fernandes said...

i loved the work with the colors

jbkrost said...

Kathrine....
These are wonderful!!!!
alright bring out the rest of them!

Dogs by Bri said...

I'm really enjoying the new posts. Hope to see you and Kirby sooner than later. We're headed to Portland next week for Ceramic Showcase, so when we get back it would be great to come by the studio or have you over to Baker.

Bri-

Katherine said...

Painted Lady thank you so much for your feedback. These sre qualities I appreciate in work, it is nice to see I succeeded here. Also I am wanting to bring my abstract and figurative together so it is interesting you are seeing an abstract quality.

Katherine said...

Dianna thank you! I believe someone in Walla Walla owns this piece, it was purchased at the Carnegie Art Center.

Katherine said...

Ciao thank you as always!

Katherine said...

Thanks JB, I am dusting them off and bringing them out, keepin' you entertained!

Katherine said...

Thanks for visiting Bri. Would love to see you. You started writing that art and meaning post yet?

Dogs by Bri said...

Not yet, but I think about it quite a bit now and then. Maybe when we get back from Portland. This winter sucked a lot of creative energy from me. I'm recharging, slowly but surely.

Bri-