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Talks about the Spiral Series by Karrie Ross, Los Angeles Artist. Introduces new pieces, overall concept, process, motivation and where this work can be seen. Be sure to stop by the Store page to see what is available for purchase.

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Le Petit Jardin at LAX Terminal One: “Magic Garden” by Karrie Ross

Are You Flying out of LAX Terminal One ….?

Le Petit Jardin http://lepetitjardinairportlax.blogspot.com/

“Le Petit Jardin celebrates Los Angeles in bloom with over thirty-five works of art from twenty-six Los Angeles artists, each focusing on a different aspect of nature to create a petit jardin, a little garden, for this gallery space within the urban context of Los Angeles. From a painting of an impossibly lush lawn, to photographs of a single flower, we see how we are connected to nature and how it plays a pivotal role in the landscape around us in the Los Angeles basin.”

“Magic Garden”; 60×48; mixed media (pencil, oil, acrylic) on canvas

“Magic Garden” is part of the “Le Petit Jardin” Exhibit at LAX 2012 will be on display at LAX Terminal #1, July thru Oct. Arranged by: The City of Los Angeles, The Department of Cultural Affairs, The LAX World Airports Arts Committee, the Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery committee, Lead curator, Scott Canty, and Curator, Enilde Van Hook.


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Karrie Ross is a Los Angeles Fine Artist who writes about the fine art business and process. She is available for educational panel discussions on her fine art and process. Her artwork is available for solo or group show opportunities. Please contact her  for more information.

“GEM” at the Gallery 825… “Hand Magic” was selected…SOLD

Karrie Ross “Hand Magic” selected for GEM show April 2, 2011 Gallery 825; LAAAA

My piece Spiral Series: “Hand Magic”; 24 x 18; mixed mdeia on canvas; 2010; was one of the pieces selected for display in the annual fundraiser.

Los Angeles Art Association proudly presents

The Kickoff to LA’s Spring Art Season!

Saturday, April 2, 6 to 10p
One-night fundraising event

Preview the artwork

An Evening of Fine Art Discovery and First Dibs for Savvy Collectors: Gem Celebrates 5th Anniversary as One-Night-Only VIP Preview, Exhibition and Sale Benefiting The Los Angeles Art Association, on April 2nd, 2011. Continue reading

Award: Energy Blooms: “Expanding” in 2011 Juried Show

Spiral Series: Energy Blooms: "Expanding" by Karrie Ross; 24" x 18"; mixed media on box canvas, rough edges

Spiral Series: Energy Blooms: “Expanding” by Karrie Ross; 24″ x 18″; mixed media on box canvas, rough edges

Awarded an Honorable Mention in the show: Energy Blooms: “Expanding”.

The Topanga Canyon Gallery 2011 Juried Open has selected the Spiral Series: Energy Blooms: “Expanding” to be included in the Annual Awards Show. This years show was juried by Craig Krull, owner Craig Krull Gallery, Bergamot Station.

The Show can be viewed from January 12 through February 6, 2011.

The Artist Reception and Awards is on January 23, 2-5pm at the Gallery.

The Energy Blooms series sub-set ‘happened’ with the purchase of a new brush. Oh, how I love brushes and this one called to me from across the art store… from of all things, the sale table! When I saw it, I thought, “How could a brush like “this” be on sale?” I picked it up, played with it on my hand, face, and the table. Held it close and at then the end finding a balance. I then started applying imaginary paint to an air canvas. I fell in love and bought it…the brush!

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Karrie Ross: Exhibiting two pieces at Gallery 825, AURORA

Los Angeles Art Association/Gallery 825 proudly presents: Aurora, LAAA’s Annual Holiday Art Sale and Celebration.
Aurora will open this year on Saturday, November 20, 2010  at Gallery 825.

Give the gift of art!

Aurora will feature over 100 reasonably priced original artworks by LA’s most exciting emerging artists. Arrive early on November 20 to get your first look! All work can be taken home at point of purchase. Continue reading

Spiral Series: "We Dance" by Karrie Ross won Honorable Mention in the Blossoms II Awards Show 2010

Award: “We Dance” by Karrie Ross, won Honorable Mention in the Blossoms II-Art of Flowers Show

Spiral Series: “We Dance” by Karrie Ross awarded Honorable Mention in the Blossoms II Awards Show 2010

I’m excited to announce that my painting, “We Dance” by Karrie Ross, was awarded an Honorable Mention in the 2011-2012 BLOSSOM exhibition sponsored by The Susan Kathleen Black Foundation www.susankblackfoundation.com and will be listed in the online exhibition and show catalog. (Note: at this time 02/09/11 they are only showing Blossoms I exhibition. I hope they put up Blossoms II soon.)

There were over 2,300 entries from 1,300 artists from 35 countries. Tour begins at The Naples Museum of Art in Florida from Tuesday, February 1, 2011 through Sunday, April 10, 2011. A tour of selections from the exhibition is being organized by David J. Wagner, Ph.D., Curator/Tour Director, for display at other museum venues throughout the United States.

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2010 Solo Show with 3D moving installation by Karrie Ross

If we don’t create …how can we affect change in the world?

—Karrie Ross

It is with this purpose that I create ART.

“Energized!” by Karrie Ross

Topanga Canyon Gallery announces the opening of its new show, “EnergiZed”, an exploration of personal energy generation and the fun we can have with it. Featuring new works by Karrie Ross, Los Angeles Artist.

The inspiration for the show, which opens on Wednesday October 13th, came to Karrie in the middle of preparing the artwork for the show… how “EnergiZed” she was feeling and seeing this energy translate into her art presentation. Part of the show will be an installation piece of movable discs, spinning energy out into the gallery and inviting you to participate in the fun.

“EnergiZed!” What’s YOUR energy telling the world?
runs from Wednesday October 13th through Sunday October 24th – two weeks only.

Gallery Hours are Wednesday – Saturday 10am to 6pm, and Sunday 11am to 5pm.

See the show and meet Karrie at the Artist Reception on Saturday October 23rd from 5 – 7:30pm.

Here are some photos of the exhibition and the “Planting Seeds” 3D installation piece.

This is a Panoramic view of the whole show! gotta love that setting on your camera. Mine is new, a SONY Cyber Shot, 14 mp.

This is the “Planting Seeds” 3D installation piece. There are 14 discs, all spin and three, the little ones, spin by motors. This was a spur-of-the-moment piece and was so much fun to create. I love the details and process of figuring out the construction. I’m working on getting more discs to spin, something to do with a pulley system… still researching but this is soooo great! Each disc is hand painted and drawn with pencil. Continue reading

Spiral Series new sub-category… Energy Blooms!

“If we see it, will it change our lives?”

I figure we all have a dream, something we want to put our energy toward making it happen. This sub-category of “Energy Blooms” creates a visual of one of the ways energy enters our lives. “Do you see it?” the image of the bloom… “Do you feel it?” the vibration of energy from the visual movement of imagery on the canvas…

I just ‘happened’ upon this look… I do a test of something new and there it is… I bought a new brush and was trying it out on some scrap paper, you know, getting used to how much paint it carries and how the brush responds to touching paper or canvas, the chemistry of the elements… so,  when I filled it up with paint, got a piece of paper and splatted it … the image showed up as the bloom of a flower… the swirling lines and drops of paint, another test I put my brushes through, help to increase the vibration the painting shares in eye movement and balance.

Take a look, tell me what you see and feel… I’m very happy with this look and glad I bought the lone brush on sale waiting for someone… ME … to show it some love!

Spiral Series: Energy Blooms: Expanding: 18 x 24; mixed media box canvas drawn edges; Karrie Ross, ©2010 all rights reserved.

and here is another one…

Spiral Series: Energy Blooms: We Dance: 24 x 24; mixed media box canvas drawn edges; Karrie Ross, ©2010 all rights reserved.

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In energy!
Karrie Ross

At the TAG 2010 California Juried Open

An artist must be seen to make a difference.

Spiral Series: Disperse: Karrie Ross at TAG 2010 California Juried Open Show

And I was ‘seen’ by Karen Moss, OCMA, who juried the TAG California Open, August- September. My piece, Spiral Series: Disperse, was among 50 pieces chosen to be displayed in the TAG space at Bergamot Station, Santa Monica.

 

Spiral Series: Disperse is 24 x 18; mixed media (oil, acrylic, and pencil) on box canvas with drawn edges. The symbol is my abstract representative of a hand, an energy transmitter, and comes to life within the transitions of the spiral drawings as they overlap and create tangent connections. Allowing the artwork to keep giving energy to those who view it… and take them on a visual journey… ” the imagination is our preview of life’s coming attractions”.

Being in juried group shows are an important part of the ‘being seen’ process of a fine artist. Not only for building the exhibition listing, but getting the art in front of a variety of curators,  jurors and galleries.

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With energy!
Karrie Ross

Karrie Ross at the Rose Cafe Dining Room April 27 thru May 31, 2010

My new series will be hanging in the Rose Cafe dining room from April 27 thru May 31, 2010. Stop by and meet me on Fridays May 7, 14, 21, and 28 from 3 to 4:30 pm.

There will be 8 pieces from the series. Photos will be posted to the Portfolio / Exhibitions page as soon as the show is hung.

That’s if for now and don’t forget to sign up to receive my Art Notes by email in the upper left corner side column.
Karrie Ross, Los Angeles Artist
California

“GEM” at Gallery 825: See me there!

See me and one of my newest pieces, Spiral Series: Beyond the Veil: The Elements at “GEM” Gallery 825 along with 200 other artists from the gallery.

Click here to view the work that will be there!

“Los Angeles Art Association (LAAA), a nationally recognized non-profit art organization, will continue its 85th anniversary year celebration with its gemfundraiser on Saturday evening, April 24, at Gallery 825 located on La Cienega Boulevard . With over 200 affordably priced artworks, the event allows everyone to be an art gemcollector . The fundraiser supports LAAA’s mission to provide resources, services and exhibition venues for emerging LA area artists of all media. Samuel Hoi notes, “LAAA plays an important role in Los Angeles ‘ artistic ecological system. The accomplishments and diverse artistic voices underpin the success of LAAA as a forum for artistic dialogue, shared exhibition opportunities, and mutual support.”

As LAAAExecutive Director Peter Mays states,” Our gembenefit is the best place to discover emerging talents at the onset of their career paths and while they are still affordable to a broad base of collectors…it’s also the best party of the spring art season.”

What: gem fundraiser – A Multimedia Art Exhibition and Reception, benefiting the Los Angeles Art Association.
Click here to view the online preview!

When:
Saturday, April 24, 2010; 7-10pm,

VIP Preview 6-7pm.

Tickets:
VIP preview – 6 to 7pm – $100 ($120 at door).
Includes champagne, food by La Grande Orange and free valet parking.
The first 100 VIP ticket purchases will receive a signed and numbered print by celebrated artist Siri Kaur.

General Admission – 7 to 10pm $25.
Includes wine, Blue Angel Vodka bars and free valet parking.

Space is limited – call 310.652.8272 to RSVP today or click here to order tickets online.

Where: Gallery 825, 825 N. La Cienega Boulevard , Los Angeles , CA 90069 Between Santa Monica and Melrose on the west side of the street

Participating Artists include:
Lillian Abel, Irene Abraham, Mark Acetelli, Ruben Acosta, Lisa Adams, Robin Adsit, Nick Agid, Max Aichinger, Brandy Eve Allen, Sophia Allison, John Andolsek, Dean Andrews, Susan Arena, Terry Arena, Dori Atlantis, Deborah Baca, Christopher Barbour, Megann Zwierlein Bemiller, Quinton Bemiller, Stan Benson, Susan Bolles, Holly Boruck, Richard Bruland, Suzanne Budd, Catherine Burce, Ellen Cantor, Harry Chandler, Ching Ching Cheng, YaYa Chou, Richard S. Chow, Curran Clark, Alex Couwenberg, Jason David, Justin Davis, Emily De Araújo, Raul De La Torre, Norman Deesing, Margi Denton, Jennifer Dozier, Birgit Faustmann, Peggy Ferris, Domenico Foschi, Steven Fujimoto, Alisa Gabrielle, Martin Gantman, John Gauld, Gina Genis, Libby Gerber, Michael Giancristiano, Alexandra Grant, Tm Gratkowski, Matthew Miles Grayson, Shizuko Greenblatt, Jennifer Gunlock, Lia Halloran, Rebecca Hamm, Diane Holland, Tommy Hollenstein, Brad Howe, Eva Hyam, Larissa James, Jow, Krista Kahl, Flora Kao, Yoichi Kawamura, Jillian Kogan, Barbara Kolo, Shelley Kommers, Jonas Kulikauskas, Elana Kundell, Linda Kunik, Laura Larson, R. Dean Larson, Catherine Roberts Leach, Jackie Brethen Leishman, Diana Levitt, Jason Lockyer, Peter Lograsso, Rebecca Lowry, Kandy Lozano, Midge Lynn, Meg Madison, Cynthia Madrigal, Krista Marlene, Christopher Martin, R. Matt, Joanne Chase Mattillo, Ryan McCann, Katrina McElroy, Adele Mills, Dan Monteavaro, Larry Mullins, Gustavo Munoz, Marissa Murrow, Johnny Naked, Hung Viet Nguyen, Miriam Noske, Jayme Odgers, R. Nelson Parrish, Christopher Pate, Julia Pinkham, Bob Poe, Olga Ponomarenko, Peggy Pownall, Bret Price, Stephanie Pryor, Eileen Rapke, Glynnis Reed, Karrie Ross, Joy Rotblatt, Anne Marie Rousseau, Mara Safransky, Gwen Samuels, Debra Scacco, Heather Scholl, Steve Seleska, Cory Sewelson, Sharron Shayne, Karen Silkie, Susan Sironi, Irene Spiegel, Dennis Stevens, Amanda Symes, Lacey Terrell, Sophia Tise, Elizabeth Tobias, Luke Van Hook, David Eli Vaughn, Michael Verbenec, Larry Villarin, William Wareham, Art Weeks, Michelle Weinstein, Christine Weir, Bob White, Valerie Wilcox, Joyce Wisdom, Karen Frimkess Wolff, Elyse Wyman, Marlene Yamada, Meeson Pae Yang, Mara Zaslove and Indra Zigars.

Take your own art gem home on the night of reception. All proceeds benefit LAAA and Los Angeles ’s emerging artist community.2010 Benefit Co-Chairs: William Turner and Alexandra Gleysteen

2010 Benefit Committee:
Christine Anderson, Claressinka Anderson, Rob Brander, Andi Campognone-Couwenberg , York Chang, J. Dallas Dishman, Grace and Raj Dhawan, Elizabeth East, Tanna Frederick, Adam Gross, Samuel Hoi, Henry Jaglom, Lisa Jeanetta, Jonathan Kaye, Bettina Korek, Mayor Abbe Land, Lonnie Lardner, Janet Levy, Hillary Metz, Bob Poe, Melissa Pugash, Catherine Seward, Thaddeus Hunter Smith, Louis Stern, Jocelyn Tetel, Brent Turner, Adam Wolk and Jae Yang.
About: Los Angeles Art Association (LAAA) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization whose mission is to provide opportunities, resources, services and exhibition venues for emerging Los Angeles artists of all media. LAAA began as a civic art institution in the 1920s, connecting elite art interests to Hollywood collectors, emerging after World War II as the center of Los Angeles modernism and finally becoming the city’s nexus for emerging artists of all media. LAAA serves as a dynamic force for contemporary ideas, outreach, and community. Gallery 825 and Los Angeles Art Association are located in the heart of La Cienega Boulevard ’s Restaurant Row at 825 North La Cienega Bl., Los Angeles , CA 90069 . Gallery hours are 10am – 5pm, Tuesday – Saturday or by appointment. Please call 310.652.8272 or visit www.laaa.org.

Spiral Series: Beyond the Veil: The Elements by Karrie Ross 30x40

Spiral Series – Discussed – Photos

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About the Spiral Series (shown in the portfolio, most art is available as giclee print, ask me)

Spiral Series: Beyond the Veil: The Elements, #26, mixed media on canvas 30×40

The Spiral Series evolved a few years ago with the Spiral Flowers, 26×40 acrylic on paper with color blocks and spirals that took on the form of flowers and grew from there.

“What I dream of is an art of balance,
of purity and serenity devoid of troubling
or depressing subject matter.”
~ Henri Matisse

I started with watercolor and drawing as I’ve done that before successfully with the “Power” and “I am the Dance” series. They were a combination of paint and pen&ink. I then took it to a few mini pieces with good results. But I wasn’t finding the “how”, the process of extending this series. Without the process the vision was just images.

I remembered a color palate that I really liked and worked for several other paintings which was well received… the cream and green and since I really wanted to move into canvas instead of paper, I thought this would work out well. I also wanted it to have texture, but not too much and the illusion of layers and a feeling of beyond.


Spiral Series: Intimacy: 36 x 48; mixed media; box canvas drawn edges; Karrie Ross Los Angeles Fine Artist thumbnail
Spiral Series: Facination! In you I see me; 48 x 48; mixed media; box canvas drawn edges; Karrie Ross Los Angeles Fine Artist thumbnail
Spiral Series:
Spiral Series: “In the Course of Deciding, Have We Forgetten What to Ask?” by Karrie Ross 36x48 thumbnail
Spiral Series: Beyond the Veil: The Elements by Karrie Ross 30x40 thumbnail
Spiral Series: Beyond the Veil: What's In Your Sight? by Karrie Ross 30x40 thumbnail
Spiral Series: Beyond the Veil: Distortions...Your Minds Eye by Karrie Ross 48x48 thumbnail
Spiral Series: Hands:
Spiral Series: heads:
Spiral Series: Hands Disperse; 24 x 18; mixed media; 2010 thumbnail
Spiral Series: Beyond the Veil: California Dreaming; 48 x 36; mixed media; 2010 thumbnail
Spiral Series: See Speak; each 16x20; together 33x20; mixed media; 2010 thumbnail
Spiral Series: heads;
Spiral Series: heads;
Spiral Series: heads;
Spiral Series: heads;
Spiral Series: Pathways: Circles: watercolor and pencil on paper 38x48 thumbnail
Spiral Series: The Flock Lives! 24 x 24; mixed media on canvas drawn edges; Karrie Ross Los Angeles Fine Artist thumbnail
Spiral Series: Birds-way: all 9x9; mixed media on 3
Spiral Series: Beyond The Veil: Tumbling Tumbleweeds: 30 x 40; mixed media box canvas drawn edges; Karrie Ross, ©2010 all rights reserved. thumbnail
Spiral Series: Self Portraits:
BeAPoint.com Spiral Series by Los Angeles Artist KarrieRoss ... Do YOU Have A Point? thumbnail
Spiral Series: Bustiers:
Spiral Series: Intimacy: 36 x 48; mixed media; box canvas drawn edges; Karrie Ross Los Angeles Fine Artist
Spiral Series: Facination! In you I see me; 48 x 48; mixed media; box canvas drawn edges; Karrie Ross Los Angeles Fine Artist
Spiral Series:
Spiral Series: “In the Course of Deciding, Have We Forgetten What to Ask?” by Karrie Ross 36x48
Spiral Series: Beyond the Veil: The Elements by Karrie Ross 30x40
Spiral Series: Beyond the Veil: What's In Your Sight? by Karrie Ross 30x40
Spiral Series: Beyond the Veil: Distortions...Your Minds Eye by Karrie Ross 48x48
Spiral Series: Hands:
Spiral Series: heads:
Spiral Series: Hands Disperse; 24 x 18; mixed media; 2010
Spiral Series: Beyond the Veil: California Dreaming; 48 x 36; mixed media; 2010
Spiral Series: See Speak; each 16x20; together 33x20; mixed media; 2010
Spiral Series: heads;
Spiral Series: heads;
Spiral Series: heads;
Spiral Series: heads;
Spiral Series: Pathways: Circles: watercolor and pencil on paper 38x48
Spiral Series: The Flock Lives! 24 x 24; mixed media on canvas drawn edges; Karrie Ross Los Angeles Fine Artist
Spiral Series: Birds-way: all 9x9; mixed media on 3
Spiral Series: Beyond The Veil: Tumbling Tumbleweeds: 30 x 40; mixed media box canvas drawn edges; Karrie Ross, ©2010 all rights reserved.
Spiral Series: Self Portraits:
BeAPoint.com Spiral Series by Los Angeles Artist KarrieRoss ... Do YOU Have A Point?
Spiral Series: Bustiers:

Spiral Series: Intimacy: 36 x 48; mixed media; box canvas drawn edges; Karrie Ross Los Angeles Fine Artist

Spiral Series: Facination! In you I see me; 48 x 48; mixed media; box canvas drawn edges; Karrie Ross Los Angeles Fine Artist

Spiral Series: Hands Disperse; 24 x 18; mixed media; 2010

Spiral Series: Beyond the Veil: California Dreaming; 48 x 36; mixed media; 2010

Spiral Series: See Speak; each 16x20; together 33x20; mixed media; 2010

Spiral Series: heads; "Maybe"; 8x8; Karrie Ross Los Angeles Artist. ©2010 all rights reserved.

Spiral Series: heads; "Who Am I Now?"; 8x8; Karrie Ross Los Angeles Artist. ©2010 all rights reserved.

Spiral Series: heads; "WOW!"; 8x8; Karrie Ross Los Angeles Artist. ©2010 all rights reserved.

Spiral Series: heads; "Yes. No!"; 8x8; Karrie Ross Los Angeles Artist. ©2010 all rights reserved.

Spiral Series: Pathways: Circles: watercolor and pencil on paper 38x48

Spiral Series: The Flock Lives! 24 x 24; mixed media on canvas drawn edges; Karrie Ross Los Angeles Fine Artist

Spiral Series: Birds-way: all 9x9; mixed media on 3" box canvas; drawn edges; 2010; giclees available paper or canvas;

Spiral Series: Beyond The Veil: Tumbling Tumbleweeds: 30 x 40; mixed media box canvas drawn edges; Karrie Ross, ©2010 all rights reserved.

Spiral Series: Self Portraits: "Risk" by Karrie Ross; 72" x 26"; mixed media on canvas

Be A Point! by Karrie Ross; Do you have a point? Over 250 custom "point" to choose from... contact me to purchase.

Spiral Series: Bustiers: "Meeting of Two Minds" by Karrie Ross Los Angeles Artist; mixed media; there are 10 so far of this seb-set


My first attempt #1,  amazed me… I’d finally got to a point of balance that was in a finer space than the last work I’d been doing… not that it was better or worse… just different. And the feeling I had from it, the fascination/vibration/energy was stronger, more addictive that I found I couldn’t prep the canvas’ fast enough to try out another process.

With each piece I seemed to “need” to explore another, what I call ‘sub-set’ of the series. I went from ‘lines’, spiral flowers’, ‘shapes’, ‘faces’, ‘heads’, ‘people’, ‘hands’ to veils and my mind sees new sub-sets everywhere and I’m anxious to move on to them.

The paintings talked to me asking questions of balance and form. The questions seemed different than with previous works, these were filled with a stronger connection, a fascination for the moment, the balance to come, the risk to take… the something I needed for very life… I’d sit and look at them for hours to just make one spiral, then sit some more for another line, spiral, or approach. I found my need to connect with this growing fascination/vibration/energy consuming my life. Since my living room is my painting studio I have to pass through it to get to the kitchen and every time I would, I’d stop and watch. These paintings are the object of my affection in every way.

With each sub-set there came new challenges/questions/risk. Do I add more large spirals; do I add more texture in the prep of the canvas; do I let the background show more at the edges; how many lines or does it stay at three; I liked the checkerboard look, do I do more; what would happen if I over lapped the spirals then painted them, and more than I can even mention… the trick seems to be able to stay in the freshness of the creation.  The new “need” to expand was interesting to watch, to listen to my self-talk work me through the process, the risk of,  and the rush of excitement when I actually added something new. After all, I could always start over… or that is part of what I tell myself to work through this.

My fascination grew and fueled my need for more, the more we look for in our lives, the passion, the being. Each painting fulfilling this need as well as creating the need for yet another painting. The only other time I felt this strong a fascination/vibration/energy was with a man with whom I shared intimate moments…the connection was amazing. The moments stayed with me, creating the longing, the need for the more that occurred when we were together/apart. This energy still lives in me as I write.

The following poem presents how art comes alive for me.

“Remain at your table and listen.
Do not even 
listen, only wait.
Do not even wait, be wholly still and alone.
The world will present itself to you for its unmasking,
it can do no other, in ecstasy it will writhe at your feet.
~ Kafka”

When I’m in the mist of a series the phrase “one thing leads to another” is in full form. Each painting is a new child with a personality, balance and questions unique to itself. For me it lives. I have some paintings that stay with me until I can release them. The “when” our relationship is complete  and I can allow them to leave and fulfill another persons desires.

Let me know how you feel about my art, contact me to see more… and maybe purchase.
In energy
Karrie Ross, Artist
Los Angeles, California

 

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