Friday, March 18, 2011

March 18,2011

This was a very large Triptych called Midwest Reunion. It was the first time I had worked so large and the boards warped but now it is screwed together and acting as a "5th wall" screen in my studio. People always came in during open studio and liked the one they could see because they were stacked against a wall. So now they will be able to see them together as they were meant to be. 2 people in this work are now dead. My Dad and my 2nd cousin Betty Lou.


  1. J'aime beaucoup ce triptyque... Il y a dans le dernier tableau une scène pleine d'amour.

  2. Thanks..The tablecloth was my favorite bit!

  3. I like the simple style and bold colours in this, I can imagine it makes a great screen

  4. these actually got me a scholarship for school a few years ago! The faculty awarded it to me.

  5. Evening Kay,
    Very nice! I did a very small portrait of my Dad about a year and a half ago, but it would be nice if I had a decent photo from which to do a much larger painting, sort of a memorial.
    I'm sure your screen keeps him close to you every day.
    Have a great day.

  6. very cool, kay, i love the way you have painted the people...the bottom is my favorite. xx