29 March, 2012

Unnamed

unnamed
Pastel
@ 6" x 8"
Casey Klahn


This piece I turned sideways, partially rubbed off, and then used as a demo in Morristown.  I completed it in the studio.


For some reason, I just felt like adding this video to this post today.


13 comments:

BoholstWife said...

beautiful blend of colors

Casey Klahn said...

Thanks for reading and commenting, Mrs. Boholst!

Jala Pfaff said...

What a beautiful "floral garden" sort of piece. Impressionist. Nice coral colors, set off by the green complements.

SamArtDog said...

There's a lot to be said for doing what feels good. You said a lot of it in this post.

Casey Klahn said...

Good insight, Sam.

Katherine van Schoonhoven said...

RIP Earl Scruggs! Thanks for the great video post, too.

Your painting is soft and dreamy and that coral is just right. Bravo!!

Casey Klahn said...

Thanks, my friend.

Scruggs seemed very humble and generous to me.

Sara Mathewson said...

this is beautiful Casey! and that music sure brings back some memories. My ex boyfriend plays the guitar like no other he is a flat pickin fool and would often play this one with friends who played mandolin and they would take turns at it. He played guitar, mandolin and fiddle. i sure miss the music. the stress not so much:P

the colors in this piece are gorgeous. It really has a nice flow to it.

Casey Klahn said...

Hi, Sara!

My first memory of this song was probably from the sound track to Bonnie & Clyde!

Celeste Bergin said...

Love both the painting and the song...the painting has a musical quality

Johnnny said...

Hi Casey: When I see unnamed, Johnnny starts to brainstorm. Here are a few ideas: Banjo Pond, Unnamed and Untamed, Secret Rendezvous.

Casey Klahn said...

Johnnny, that last one @ the secret sounds pretty good.

Celeste, that is a very nice comment. A musical quality is much to be desired, IMHO.

Barbara said...

Thanks!

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