Tuesday, November 18, 2008

Tuesday


I am still serving my jury duty. It has kept me busy. I am finding the process interesting and enlightening, although I am ready to be done. Today we start our deliberations, so perhaps we will finish soon.

Here is another new painting, called "Gemstone". It measures 14 x 11 x 3 inches, and you can see how it looks hanging on the wall. I promise I will write more when I have a little bit more time! I have missed you, my blog readers!

10 comments:

bindu said...

I love the colors and composition! It's beautiful.

Melissa and Emmitt said...

what a wonderful painting karine. i am glad you are enjoying the process of jury duty. it is kind of cool even though it is kind of "disruptive" to daily routine. :)
m & e

pRiyA said...

so that is what the painting looks like when its hanging on a wall. i think i would stop and stare. its impressive.

Patricia said...

Your work is gorgeous, Karine. It invites me to study the depth of color and the marks you've made. There's something rather mysterious to it.
I honor you for your committment to our justice system, however flawed it is. Good for you.

High Desert Diva said...

I like how you showed the sides...did you sand the corners/edges? Quite impressive.

Hope your jury duty is finished quickly.

Anke said...

Hey Karine, the photo of on the-wall-hanging-art is wonderful!!!! Now you really can see or better imaging how they look in real, wonderful!The artwork comes out better that way I think, you can see the dimensional view now. Wow!
Hope your jury work is over soon and you can create again.
Smiles your way, Anke ;)

julie king said...

so nice! it really draws me in!

Robyn said...

It's great to see your art up on the wall. It gives one a new perspective seeing the depth of the canvas. It is eyecatching and I love it!

mary ann said...

karine,

these paintings you're doing are so rich & authentic. colorful mysteries. i love them all!

Karine said...

Thank you, everyone for your comments!
Diva - I did not sand the edges, but painted them with the dark blue. I thought it looked cool.