Katelyn Rinehart Part 2

The two pieces that I am showing this week were made recently as a continuation of the work that I had in my first blog post. In the chaos of life, I am trying to stay busy by creating new art whenever possible. While working on these pieces, I focused on organic shapes with interesting lines as well as playing around with textures. I enjoy the idea that they look like they might go crawling off somewhere.  Each creation starts with an idea and as I work, I let my mind escape into what l am doing. This is how I develop the character and uniqueness for each piece. By letting the piece change as I work, I can break up the repetition that can happen in an art piece.

Twisted in Red (view 1), 2020, air-dry clay and acrylic, 4×6.5×4 inches, $125
Twisted in Red (view 2), 2020, air-dry clay and acrylic, 4×6.5×4 inches, $125

The world is in turmoil, and life is uncertain. Art is one of the ways that I am dealing with everything that is happening around me. When I don’t know what to do, I start on an abstract artwork by channeling all my emotions into creating that piece. When I look at the end result of my second piece it reminds me of a small burst of sunshine behind the clouds of life.  I hope that by stopping by this art blog, it inspires you to create art or pick up a new hobby while we are all stuck at home.

If you are interested in purchasing my work, please contact me through my website. A link can be found at the bottom of this post.

Bursts of Rays (view 1), 2020, air-dry clay and acrylic, 6x11x4.5 inches, $125
Bursts of Rays (view 2), 2020, air-dry clay and acrylic, 6x11x4.5 inches, $125

Find me on Instagram @ArtsArum or on the web at https://katelynr545.wixsite.com/mysite

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