Wednesday, December 17, 2014

A Watercolor in Stages

I've been so focused on writing for the past few years. I'm finally bringing out my watercolors and brushes. It's not the only thing I've put aside until I can finish the books I'm writing. I've also put my music on hold. Hosting and singing the Singers' Session Jam at Zinc Bar for the last four years, every week, became too much. Sometimes we gotta hit one thing at a time. Because, sometimes, there is too much of a good thing. 

I'll get back to singing and writing tunes. It's a part of who I am.  I practice my vocal exercises every day, and I try and paint on the weekends.  When my kids (teens) allow me have the apartment for a few hours. Oh, and yes, I need a studio. If you know of one in NYC, that's not too pricey, please leave a comment.  

I really thought I'd have fresh paintings to hand out for Xmas. If I find a decent printer I may have prints before the end of the year. 

Pencil (i don't usually )
I like this stage, when it's a little raw.

shaping her personality
went with this expression
If you'd like to follow my painting progressions on Instagram : karenleespree  -- is where you'll find me.


Elana Johnson said...

Wow, fantastic! I love being creative, but art is just not my thing. You're so talented!

K. L. Hallam said...

You're so wonderfully kind, Elana. Thank you!