Tuesday, January 16, 2018

And....a year + later

Well, hello again! I guess you could say that Tr*mp sent me into a bit of a tailspin, and I've been absent for a year. Suffice it to say the guy is exactly what he's always been - a big windbag, egotistical (for reasons that escape me), gross, vulgar, and an extremely horrible person, now a President.

That being said, let's move on.

Oil paintings? Gone! (Mostly). Since August of 2017, I've been working on wine pours. Check out kimklabe.com to see them all. Here's a sample:


This one is actually a beer pour. Dark beer works just like wine but leaves a tan/brown stain instead of red/purple.  Here's one with wine:


I'm having a blast with these. There are 7 hanging in Gallery 50 on Wilmington Avenue in Rehoboth, and I will have a 2-day show at the Peninsula Gallery in Lewes over President's Day Weekend, 2018.


Sunday, January 10, 2016

Tr*mp. The name that won't be mentioned.



I'm not spelling out his name, because I have never witnessed a person more obsessed with himself, who is unending in drawing more and more attention to his constantly blabbering mouth that spews nonsense and hatred. The last thing he needs is one more person typing his name anywhere. I am completely embarrassed for us a nation, in the fact that not only he has gotten this far, but also that he has this wide eyed group of zombies who follow him and chant his name, while he finds new ways to shock, disgust, insult and degrade as many people as possible. He was horrible before, and now we will never be able to forget that he once came close to being nominated to run our nation. I hang my head in shame at how far we have fallen.

Wednesday, October 7, 2015

Anais Nin

“Whenever you do something that is not aligned with the yearning or your soul—you create suffering.”

Friday, October 2, 2015

Lewes Harbor, complete


Finally done - 12 x 20 oil, $825

These waters are now spilling over, due to the N'oreaster/hurricane that's currently here. Get your galoshes on!

Tuesday, September 8, 2015

In progress

Finally back to painting. This time of year (end of summer), my painting slows down. Not sure why, but it happens every year. Combine that with Daddy's passing, and the paint just dried up. I'm back to it now, and enjoying working on this one. This is Roosevelt Canal, and a place Daddy and I fished from many, many times. We'd launch the boat here and go out left toward the bay or right toward the back bays and canals for crabs.  Some of my best memories are being on the water with him.

Thursday, August 6, 2015

Rehoboth Art League Outdoor Show - this weekend and next weekend

I will be showing/selling this weekend at the RAL outdoor Show. Hope to see you there!