Sunday, November 21, 2010

Day 21 (30 in 30 for 30) 2 Paintings and Sunday Sketches!

"Iron Inspired Circles"  8x10  mixed media on wood

"Iron Inspired Rectangles"  8x10  mixed media on wood
(Plaster drawn into while wet, primed with black gesso, and painted with acrylics.... They work well as a pair!)

Today's paintings were inspired by the iron pour I attended yesterday.  In addition to being inspired by a very creative sculpture studio, there was lots of inspiration to be found in the event itself...  circles and squares of glowing colors, gritty textures of iron and coke fuel, fire and smoke...


And since it's Sunday I have more to share...



My friends always have lots of fun drawings to share, so be sure to stop by Sophia's blog to have a look!

It's day 21 (wow, already?!?) of AEDM, so take a trip over to the Creative Every Day blog too!

14 comments:

  1. Thank you for such a beautiful post...the paintings are so inviting with gorgeous colors. Imagine and Live in Peace, Mary Helen Fernandez Stewart

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  2. Oh Kristin, I just LOVE your art/sketches and how inspiring they are. You really bless my socks off each week with what you do. And SO blessed me with the heart in the flower pot for Sunday Sketches. You are SO talented and creative. Adore you and your work. :) Hugs!

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  3. Wow, wow, wow!! I had missed a couple of days at the computer so have just scrolled through to catch up with your work. LOVE everything but I think the frog is my fav, he has such a sweet face and I love the lips stamp too. I think its amazing that you are producing such quality artwork everyday!! So talented! x

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  4. I am new to your blog and to your artful ways ,just lovely, I will have to stroll through and spend time looking at your delightful posts.

    joanny

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  5. lovely....neat on the inspiration for the the painting...bet that was neat to watch...like the colors in teh paintings...sketches are neat as well...

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  6. Lovely poinsetta, your sketches are so cute. The paintings do work well as a pair, very nice.

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  7. I love seeing your sketches. I really do like the gingerbread people...YUM! I've added your 30 in 30 to my side bar. so proud of you with what you are doing, here!!! xx

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  8. kristin, the colors and textures and balance of these pieces is so very good!

    how are you doing with your 30/30/30? my 30/30 has been challenged by a fine vacation, but i plan to catch up this week. it's been fun on my end knowing you are doing something similiar: our colors and words.


    kj

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  9. So cool! They are so different than the others, but really great.

    That iron pour is really amazing, I didn't know something like this existed.

    Love it all!

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  10. I love how you let the pouring of iron inspire your paintings, just wonderful.

    And your sketches are charming as can be.

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  11. I love the paintings and the colors you used! Great sketches too!

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  12. You have been very busy. I love the paintings, I love the color chooses and the sketches are so cut. I see you are startin your holiday sketches just like me.

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  13. Your paintings are cool and very good technique!!
    As for your sketches are perfect, I can't decide which one I like the most.

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