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‘Beach Series’ card by Karin Taylor

Solar Power is a mixed media production on canvas textured paper using ink acrylic pastel and charcoal

Solar Power sold at an Art Show a little while ago….I was very sad to say goodbye to the original painting! It holds a special place in my heart.

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  • missmilly
    missmillyover 6 years ago

    You do great bottoms ! I love it! MIlly

  • Hey Milly, ya know, this is just one of my all time favourites..I wish I still had it with me ……. I wonder where the original is ????
    I loved doing the legs and the feet…that was crazy fun!

    – © Karin Taylor

  • frozenfa
    frozenfaover 6 years ago

    i think it’s very strong of you to be able to sell away a piece that you truly love.. until now, i can’t bear to part with any of my hand drawn works.. i gave one to a friend of mine a few years back, and dang, i wanna ask for it back.. XD

  • Yeah, it’s tuff, but someone told me when you let ’em go…it pushes you on to keep creating more and more….but some of them, I just want back NOW!!!

    – © Karin Taylor

  • frozenfa
    frozenfaover 6 years ago

    yea.. i think i can understand that feeling.. u know, i bought back my first batik painting my school put on sale for charity cos i can’t bear to let anyone have it.. and later my art teacher had to help me steal my own 2nd bigger batik painting from the school.. n_n" i wonder how she answered for that.. love her! XD

  • ….you do become very attached to them :D
    ….I think it’s because they are really like your children, a creation from the depth of your being, they are a part of you…..I remember going to see Picasso & others works in person, and truly, I could sense their presence, it was really a bit creepy but awesome at the same time, I could almost see them at their easels…..wierd huh!? :D

    – © Karin Taylor

  • sparklehen
    sparklehenover 6 years ago

    Fantastic! you work really makes me smile!

  • thanx sparklehen! glad to hear that! :D

    – © Karin Taylor

  • kathywaldron
    kathywaldronover 6 years ago

    superb work, well done

  • jamiewinter
    jamiewinterover 6 years ago

    such delightful work most excellent

  • Renate  Dartois
    Renate Dartoisover 6 years ago

    Oh wow this is gorgeous-love you work awesome creations.

  • Thank you Renate, for all your lovely comments today, and also for watchlisting me ….BIG SMILES to you :D

    – © Karin Taylor

  • annacuypers
    annacuypersover 6 years ago

    Your work is so playful, love it; really makes me happy to look at.

  • Hi anna, so glad it can make you feel happy :D
    Thanks for your comments!

    – © Karin Taylor

  • Carmen  Cilliers
    Carmen Cilliersover 6 years ago

    Love it – your work is so much fun!

  • Anni Morris
    Anni Morrisover 6 years ago

    Karin this painting is very “cheeky”…I can understand when you say you are sad to see your painting go. I often wonder where mine finish up…it is nice to know isn’t it? Great work. :)

  • Hi Anni, thanx and yes, it’s always nice to know…you can rest easy then :D

    – © Karin Taylor

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