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Friday, November 10, 2017

New Mexico On My Mind: An Artist's Study

While on the road, this is the journal that I worked in. I'm still working in it now and will share it with you when I'm done. I call it, An Artist's Study. 

I was in New Mexico so I think you can guess who the artist was... though many other artists have influenced it along the way. Here's what it looked like earlier this year before it morphed into what you see above:

I've done this before for Frida Kahlo and started one earlier in the year for Van Gogh (I have not shared photos from it yet.) Who would you choose?


Barb Smith said...

Jean-Michel Basquiat, Frida, and Ansel Adams. I love so many, it’s hard to choose just one. LOL

Rae Lynn said...

I think I prefer the before one. Was it a study of O'Keeffe? I would love to see your other studies.

Roseann Cazares said...

Kel, this is amazing! This is one of your best journals. I feel like I am getting a glimpse into Georgia's studio. xoxo