Well it’s been a while, but I finally have some new art to share. I ventured out of my comfort zone and decided to tackle a slightly less conventional, and less literal version of this fascinating saint. As per usual, my interpretation here is heavily influenced by the graphic novel genre, with just a slight nod to iconography. I really hope you like!
Oh, and if you would like to purchase a print, please visit my RedBubble page here.
I am realizing that I am utterly obsessed with Venetian masks. This is probably due to my childhood experience with painting and decorating small versions of them as a craft. But these days I just find them mesmerizing to stare at…maybe because they stare back? What ever it is, I think I could easily become a collector and have a whole
room wall covered with them. I know – creepiness!
“Mask” by Kim Vandapool
I’ve been at it again! Sometimes we all just need a little Pooh-inspired whimsy. But I’m not a huge fan of the shirt/no pants look, so this is my version of nostalgia right now ♥♥
“Fireflies” by Kim Vandapool
“Persephone” by Kim Vandapool