Reading Alyson’s post about Spring Cleaning in the studio inspired me to get to work today when I had some free moments – then again, I’m always inspired to clean, especially in the Spring!
The Sunday before last my sister, mom and I went to the Portland Saturday Market and came across the booth of Flood Clothing (http://www.floodclothing.com/) we were inspired and impressed with Nicole, the owner and creator of 16 different hat styles and a variety of creatively awesome duds made from recycled clothing.
Thursday will bring a few more 8×8 paintings, stay tuned! There are also some that have been buried that I believe must be brought back out to do their job – allow us to physically hold onto those precious moments with our babies.
< Solace, 10 of 85 8x8s From the moment I was inspired to create this painting, I knew it would be warm with golden yellows – the idea of seeking solace in the safety of mama’s collar gives me chills, and at times I long for my babies to be this small again. < Promises Kept, 2 of 85 8x8s When adult-life gets in the way, I am urged to take note of the fact that my little boys are the ones who love me most in the world – they are the number one priority – it helps to be reminded because adult-issues have a way of commandeering my focus at times.
You can see more images of these two paintings at https://www.kmberggren.com/portfolio-85-85.htm
Have a great night! Love, Katie