Artist Reception at Pinon Real Estate, Salida by Kim Roberts

Despite a blizzard (that arrived just as I was to drive over Poncha Pass to get to the gallery) we had a lovely reception last weekend to celebrate the closing of my show in Salida. So it was small and sweet. To be honest I prefer small gatherings so you can actually talk to people, and I was grateful for the support of a few local artists who showed up. And there were a couple of sales, which sweetened the evening even more.

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Listen To My Live Interview on Radio KHEN In Salida by Kim Roberts

Composition With String, Encaustic wax on wood panel, currently on exhibit at Pinon Real Estate through February.

Composition With String, Encaustic wax on wood panel, currently on exhibit at Pinon Real Estate through February.


I was interviewed on Jane Carpenter's Scrambled Eggs, the morning show on Salida's public radio station. We talked about art, music, Crestone, my experiences traveling and working in Thailand, and my current exhibit in Salida, which closes at the end of the month. Have a listen below...

When Art Finds A Home by Kim Roberts

I recently had the pleasant surprise of discovering one of my paintings hanging in a collector's library. This is one of my very earliest pieces that I did when I lived in Paris, in 2002. 
It now lives in Sun Valley, Idaho.

Wish you a happy, healthy and beautiful 2018!

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Mahamudra, acrylic on paper, 22 x 28

Mahamudra, acrylic on paper, 22 x 28

Holiday Pop-Up Art Gallery + Sale: Give Original Art! by Kim Roberts

If you need gifts for the holidays, art is a wonderful way to go! Check out my Holiday Pop-Up Gallery + Sale to find a perfect gift that might fit in your special someone's Christmas stocking. For the next 2 weeks, I'm offering a 25% discount. Almost all the work in the sale is now under $100! Here is your 25% discount code to enter at checkout:  W2EQGWCE7XJ3 People are sometimes intimidated by abstract art. "What does it mean?" they ask. But this is the beauty of abstract expression: it means something different to everyone. In this limited sale of original paintings you can send a personalized message to someone on your Christmas list--through sharing your inspiration of the work you choose, and how it might reflect your relationship. Each piece is professionally mounted on mat board and covered in protective cellophane wrapping. It ships in a reinforced envelope, so shipping fees stay reasonable. All you need to do is pop it in a frame (Michaels has excellent saled on pre-cut frames) and you've got original art for the price you might spend on a nice dinner.

If you need gifts for the holidays, art is a wonderful way to go! Check out my Holiday Pop-Up Gallery + Sale to find a perfect gift that might fit in your special someone's Christmas stocking. For the next 2 weeks, I'm offering a 25% discount. Almost all the work in the sale is now under $100!

Here is your 25% discount code to enter at checkout:  W2EQGWCE7XJ3

People are sometimes intimidated by abstract art. "What does it mean?" they ask. But this is the beauty of abstract expression: it means something different to everyone. In this limited sale of original paintings you can send a personalized message to someone on your Christmas list--through sharing your inspiration of the work you choose, and how it might reflect your relationship.

Each piece is professionally mounted on mat board and covered in protective cellophane wrapping. It ships in a reinforced envelope, so shipping fees stay reasonable. All you need to do is pop it in a frame (Michaels has excellent saled on pre-cut frames) and you've got original art for the price you might spend on a nice dinner.

UNAUTHORIZED SFMoma Catalogue by Kim Roberts

Last summer some creative folks in San Francisco designed an virtual art gallery for visitors to the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. Artists were invited to submit digital images of their work that would appear online only to viewers at the museum. The gallery would change whenever another artist uploaded a new image.

After the show--which lasted a few weeks--the organizers created a catalogue of the work. I had 2 pieces in the show, # 203 and #463.  You can see the catalogue

 

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