Apparently a waddle is a group of penguins on land (yes I had to Google it LOL:).
Anyways, I was fortunate enough to paint with a talented group of young ladies for the birthday girl’s 11th birthday party yesterday! It was the perfect rainy day activity and they were so focused, very impressive. In fact, the birthday girl kept painting for another hour after the party was over!! I’m always amazed at how diverse the final paintings are, even though we start with the same inspirational image and pre-sketched canvases.
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What an amazing afternoon with the lovely ladies of Mt. Calvary Baptist Church painting a FAITH inspired piece today. Although they were all “beginners” I was truly impressed with their creativity, perseverance when things got tough (darn infinity loop LOL) and natural talent. Thank you again to Kita for the referral and Nene for the opportunity to paint with you.
Did you know that for the small, measly price of just $25 per person, you can have a paint party brought to you? It includes everything you need, except the optional beverages and food:) You can choose the image or theme (which I can help with of course) and I guide you through the process so the end result is an amazing creation by YOU!
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Who wants to do a Valentine’s Couple themed one, huh?! xo
So, while this might not be for everyone, it is for me…..and maybe you too?! We plan to remodel/overhaul our kitchen (someday soon I hope) but for now, why not slap some fresh paint on to make a huge difference for cheap? I know, I know, it may just be a band aid on an old, tiny little kitchen but it makes me happier, ok? LOL. Huge thank you to my husband for trusting me and allowing me to create!!
I picked a periwinkle blue in the same tone as the tan/orange original cabinetry so they vibe together (and it’s less painting for me on something we will eventually demolish). BTW: go to Walmart for your paint needs! Only $15 for a gallon of paint as opposed to Sherman Williams $30….
Then I figured – why not paint the cabinet door into an Venice cityscape of sorts? It was a newer cabinet we had installed to replace the super old double oven previously living there and was different in color than the other cabinets (unfinished/unvarnished/plain wood); it lent itself to this painting nicely.
I was commissioned for this cute baby nursery mural and honored to paint it of course! These first-time parents-to-be wanted a birch tree forest for their baby girl with yellow bird accents. They also had a tight timeline – 1 week! – so they could show it off during their co-ed baby shower hosted at their house; the work horse that I am, it got done with a couple days to spare:) The 6’W x 10’H mural took a total of six hours and was complete with glitter accents and personalized details;)
This is why murals are better than decals people – it is personalized, one-of-a-kind, doesn’t peel off, has beautiful detail, and isn’t too expensive (something like this may run you roughly $150 and that includes supplies/artist’s fee)! It’s not too late to book your room transformation or commission a smaller painting in time for the Holidays!!! Please call or text 707-548-0772 or email email@example.com. Feel free to inquire on Facebook as well: https://www.facebook.com/kmcreatesart/
Happy Monday all!
I LOVE IT! So do my happy clients: Laura, Lucy and Jeff:) We decided on neon yellow leaves after seeing the finished white tree (they look green because of the gray backdrop). The frames are gold with gem accents attached where they “hang” from the tree. All the photos are black and white and the frames hang by sparkly burlap ribbon. What a good feeling to finally finish. On to the next project(s)……
Ok ok, while I haven’t worked on the family tree, at least I was productively artistically otherwise:) I created a surprise baby shower/nursery gift for my bestie and 2nd time parents-to-be. It is acrylic, glue, ribbon and glitter on 3 wood panels. It took about a week to finish. I was going for the scientific feel by doing “studies” of three varied purple butterflies. I’ve thought about creating more of these in different themes…. what do you guys think? Ideas?
I’ve been told that giving a child a coloring book is a bad idea…hear me out. The reasoning is they don’t use all their creativity or imagination this way; instead, they focus on coloring the sections, staying inside lines, what have you. This is not to say that you should burn all your coloring books (because I would have a frickin’ bonfire LOL). However, you give them a blank canvas/sheet of paper every once in a while and the possibilities are endless!!
Exhibit A, my daughter, who is near and dear to my artsy heart, painting it out one day: