Wednesday, October 28, 2009

Up and Coming

Two new pieces in the works.

I guess it is obvious that I am still in my house phase.

The final results will appear on Etsy this weekend.

The bottom piece is actually "done" as of yesterday afternoon. I'm still deciding whether it needs a yellow moon or not. This photo was taken last week before my vacation.

Two more house pieces are forming on the studio table.

I am promising myself when these little house pieces are done, I will clean my studio. I dropped a large bead on the floor yesterday. When I went to retrieve it, I discovered that it had grown two sizes and changed color. Darn those dust bunnies. It is REALLY getting NASTY. Shame on me.


ArtPropelled said...

The bottom piece looks perfect! I love it just the way it is.

I keep promising myself the same thing .... tomorrow I will clean the studio ..... or tomorrow .... or tomorrow ....sigh.

Ellen said...

love them both! Studio cleaning is my big project this week, I hate starting but love it when I get going. The only thing I don't like is finding some interesting item or photo reference in my studio, getting excited over it and new ideas and getting completely sidetracked.

Chris said...

I didn't think the bottom one needed anything else, but maybe you know. I love your style. I hung up the small piece I purchased from you right besides my front door. Everyone who sees it says it is really great and they ask if I did it. I have to let them know it is by a different artist.

Kim Hambric said...

Robyn, that bottom piece has been completely reworked. Same colors and house, though.

Thanks Ellen. I usually am immediately sidetracked seconds into a cleaning session by the smallest little snippet. I'll wait until the studio gets even nastier.

Chris, you're the first person that has hung one of my little pieces somewhere other than the bathroom. I should have sent along some business cards for you to pass out!

lori vliegen said...

i love your artwork kim, and i'm especially partial to your house pieces!! they're really fantastic!! good luck taming your dust bunnies.....mine have taken over the house! :))