June 05, 2018
While on a lovely vacation in Santa Fe, New Mexico, my husband and I drove by an old barn that had such a beautiful energy. Then I noticed the donkey! (Read More...)
May 25, 2018
Some days, striving for realism just hurts the brain. ( Read more...)
May 15, 2018
Chinoiserie and its mezmerizing influence upon the artistic style of Kimberly Potts, http;//joie-gallery.com.
January 08, 2018
I love the brooding suspense in dark and snowy paintings...
One of my favorite paintings by Monet, Environs de HonFleur, leaves a lot of questions unanswered, and a lot to the imagination. When I first discovered this painting, I began looking for a lone wolf or a fox out on an errand, and found nothing. It is beautiful in its desolation.
December 04, 2017
It was inevitable... I finally painted my own dog, but I just didn't know it until I'd finished it.
October 23, 2017
Everything I see here blooms into a painting concept in my mind. This is the place most of my good ideas percolate... my happy place on The Caddo River in Arkansas.
October 18, 2017
Why don’t I just start out with delish reckless abandon? My very good friend, and also an artist, has suggested that it is because I am both right- and left-brained. I like the analysis; It provides an explanation. Yet I much prefer the idea that I have an artistic “Dr. Jeckyll” that resides within me.