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by Kaysha Siemens
Tiny study turned tiny oil painting.
I love how miniature paintings feel like little jewels, so small it becomes necessary to lean in close to where they’re hung on a wall, or hold them in our hands and bring them up to our faces to absorb all the details. Art and object are truly interconnected in a way that I find incredibly fascinating.
This was a tiny portrait study that I did in graphite on illustration board back during winter, and slowly added color to it (coincidentally) as the natural world outside also bloomed into spring.
Painting is 3 inches square, frame is 7.75 inches square total outer dimensions.
A portion of the sale of this painting will go to The Movement for Black Lives, a coalition of over 100 groups with a national leadership team of experienced organizers and leaders, which regrants dollars to groups around the country.
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My goal is the object of beauty, but that goal is achieved through engagement in process, and neither aim is worthwhile without meaning and intention. I seek to talk about the ordinary with the language of story, to arrest with exquisite imagery, and ultimately to leave viewers with a feeling, a lingering sense, that they have had a brush with the sublime.
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