The National Women’s History month amplifies women’s voices to honor the past, inform the present and inspire the future of women, including women in the arts.
As I continue the ongoing art series, the “My Story” project, I’ve been inspired to start a specific series that highlights the stories of women artists from the past and present and their valuable contribution to the art world. Most of the paintings will be created in collaboration with the artist and will use design and color in the background that reflects the artist’s work. For the first painting of the series I’m highlighting American abstract painter Kim Stadin. The background of this painting reflects the abstract lines and vivid colors she often uses in her work.
“My Story” Project: Women Artists Series
Kim Krawitz Stadin‘s Story
Her work is characterized as being colorful, vibrant and captivating. She says it is a reflection of how she feels when she is painting.
“The world can be complicated at times. The events that surround us, that we hear about on the news, are often so dark and tragic. Those are often the stories I cover as a television producer. Painting gives me the opportunity to escape into my very own creative bubble, a fantasy of color, a place where I can use pure spontaneity. To me, color represents life and happiness. I use bold and bright colors to create art that brings a soothing flow of positive energy into any space in which it is placed. I’ve personally discovered that color can have a truly fascinating effect on our every day lives.”
You can purchase Stadin’s work here: www.kimstadin.com.
“Lady Artists” customized collection.
Celebrating National Women’s History month by introducing the “Lady Artists” customized collection. Whether you’re a professional artist or hobbyist, this makes a great custom gift for any aspiring artist! Purchase in the gift shop.