Saturday, November 25, 2006

1. glaze general skin value, all
2. glaze darker skin value, all
3. orange, above left cloud & below
4. gesso/clean up edges of gown
5. prussian blue glaze, gown & baby blanket (plus sweater below)
6. begin eyebrows, hair

my list of painting things to do/done today. This morning, with Kevin's help, unpacked Sacred Ovaries (from the move last year!) and checked to make sure it looks ok and doesn't need any touch-ups, as it will be heading to Miami next week. Tomorrow early a.m. I get in the car for a commando trip to Geneseo to pick up art, to return sometime Tues. (or Monday night if I really push). Three painting days, then next Saturday I leave for Art Basel. Last night, slept about 3 hours, tossing and turning and thinking of all the things I have to do.... tonight, drugs.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

seen this?

11:09 AM  
Blogger Kate said...

yes. it was in the New York Times a few weeks ago. I'm not too worried about it... different motivation, intention, style, content, level of seriousness, level of depth.

This kind of thing happens all the time... they often say "there was something in the air...", and, in this case, most of the country (at least subconsciously) picked up on the fact that this was the most awaited child since Jesus.

11:40 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

that's right, i forgot that it was featured in the NY Times.

i'm stunned by this painting. it's simply incredible and i can not wait to see it in person.

great work kate.

2:52 PM  

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