Kat''s Nature

Kat's Nature Is To Be Creative - I Love Paint and Stuff

Monday, January 28, 2013

Paint Party Friday



Rain rain go away I need to bring a painting into town today
...I don't want  to hand Tim O'Grady a soggy canvas
Tim is a local Loveland Ohio artist
 He owns a place called Whistle Stop Clay Works
Read more about Tim here



Whistle Stop Clay Works pottery studio and ceramic arts gallery


Here is an art work I've had done for awhile
 
This is before pastels

This is after adding pastels




 print on metal I'm also bringing in


  I added in some little highlights of color with my pastels

 can you see any difference in the before and after
What do you think ?

Tim hangs the artist art works in a little place called
 Paxtons -  that is downtown Loveland
Thank you to the owners of  Paxtons
 for helping out all the staving artists in town!
They have good food there too By the way...

The corned beef Ruben sandwich is my personal favorite.
 -KAT-

11 comments:

TexWisGirl said...

i LOVE your cityscapes! you truly are so gifted with them!!!

Netty said...

wow loving your brilliant artwork Kat. Happy PPF, Annette x

Laurie said...

beautiful beautiful, amazing work, your work will make the food even tastier!!What an atmosphere your incredible art will make! Best wishes!!

Cris, Oregon Artist said...

wow.. stunning work. Hope they sell. HPPF

Abbey said...

Hi Kat! I recently found your blog from the Artists in Blogland directory, and I'm excited to see more of your work! You are quite talented! Happy to be your newest follower. :)

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~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

The pastels add so much to this piece! I love your art and still enjoy my little bluebird of happiness here in the lanai! Enjoy your week my friend!

WrightStuff said...

This is breathtaking! I bet it sells real quick.

Anne Manda said...

Brilliant piece! So alive with city lights, reflections and color! <3

bellefrogworks said...

I love city scapes and your are gorgeous. HPPF

Debbie said...

gorgeaous! I love the added pastels! are they oil pastels?

Tracey Fletcher King said...

the movement in that painting is amazing... love the structure in the buildings... and the wonderful expressive paint work...xx