Thursday, November 6, 2008

Let Me Introduce You

This is another Dumpr image manipulation of one of my paintings, "The Need To Move". I just think these are so much fun.

Today I want to introduce you to a really wonderful artist who has been commenting on my blog. You may have already found her, but if not, let me introduce you to Dianne McNaughton who writes the blog The Art of Intuitive Painting. I have been quite inspired by Dianne's art as well as her writing. She shares a great deal about how she works through her creativity and has many wonderful and delightful ideas. She lives and paints in Cape Town South Africa. Her work is diverse and reveals itself in both abstract and realistic forms. You will enjoy visiting and reading her blog as well as her web site. I look forward to a wonderful blog and art relationship with Dianne and hope you will find her as fascinating as I have.

It is my hope you are all having a wonderful day!


marianne said...

I will viti Dianne´s blog. Always nice to see new things and meet new people.
Thanks for the introduction.
You have a nice weekend Kim!
hug >M<

Andrea and Kim said...

You will enjoy Dianne's blog a lot. She has some really lovely thoughts there and I can imagine some of them would travel very nicely with you!

Marianne, you also have a beautiful weekend.

Many Hugs!

sukipoet said...

Kim you are so good at introducing people to people. I will check her out soon. Meanwhile, I hope you have a peaceful weekend and find time to create.

Andrea and Kim said...

Hello Sweet Suki,

You have introduced me to a lot of wonderful people, too! I think you will enjoy exploring Dianne's blog.

You also have a delightful weekend...I hope you get a bit of time at Dragonfly Pond.

Thanks Suki!

Lynette said...

Thanks Kim and I will visit Diane's blog too. I hope you have a lovely and creative weekend my friend!

Andrea and Kim said...

Hi Lynette,

I hope you enjoy what you find there. She has so much to offer.

Have a Great Weekend!

~Babs said...

Hey Kim,,,I just took the tour over at Dianne's place,,,some great abstract stuff goin' on there,,THANKS for the intro!

Andrea and Kim said...

Hi Babs!

I am glad you found Dianne's blog a good one. I really enjoy visiting her.

You are very welcome for the intro.

Have a Lovely Day!

fiona long said...

Thanks for introducing this wonderful blog to us Kim! I've visited and it's wonderful. Her paintings are amazing!

Andrea and Kim said...

Hello Sweet Fiona!

You bet, I am glad you like what you saw on her site. I love her work, too. BTW, she has connections in England and is on FB.

How are you doing, Fiona?

fiona long said...

I'm good thanks Kim. Super busy, partly because A and I are moving in together on Saturday! I'm really excited but of course there's all the administrative hassle to get through at the moment!

I really do love Dianne's work, especially those trees! Just amazing!

I hope you had a wonderful weekend with your family Kim :-)

Andrea and Kim said...

[clapping] You always have exciting news, Fiona! So A is going to be in the UK for a little while now, any way, uh? That is cool. I know your flat has kind of been in temporary mode for a little while now. I was wondering when you were going to tell me you were moving. Will you be far from Wimbledon? Are you going to be a Tube Girl? :)

I love those trees, too! I am glad you find her work inspiring. She is so sweet, too - that is like those other British people I have met!

Hugs Fiona!

Dianne said...

I just want to thank you, Kim, I really appreciate you featuring me - I am sure I have thanked you already - did I send you an email, Kim?
Thanks also those of you who took the time to drop by my site, it is really great to find you and discover what you have to say and see your paintings.

Andrea and Kim said...

Of course, Dianne! Your work is so inspiring and you have so much to share. I so enjoy reading your blog and getting to know you, so I was sure some of the other readers here would also enjoy what you have to share.

The hardest thing is knowing where the fine line is between making connections and making art.

I am honored you found me, first!

Have a Wonderful Day!