Kate Lewis

an artist in pursuit of beauty and optimism

Morning Walk Paintings

Kate Lewis

I had an itch— To create paintings on canvas inspired by my black and white Morning Walk sketches. Here’s how they came to be:

Pencil sketches on gessoed 8 x 8 inch canvases.

Pencil sketches on gessoed 8 x 8 inch canvases.

First layer of acrylic on Red.

First layer of acrylic on Red.

I ended up shifting the bottom color on Lily of the Valley.

I ended up shifting the bottom color on Lily of the Valley.

Color palette influenced by  Raimonds Staprans  (top book) and  Hilma af Klint  (lower right book).

Color palette influenced by Raimonds Staprans (top book) and Hilma af Klint (lower right book).

Flowers Delight in progress

Flowers Delight in progress

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Flowers Delight’s color palette influenced by the enchanting paintings by  Hilma af Klint .

Flowers Delight’s color palette influenced by the enchanting paintings by Hilma af Klint.

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Four Tulips in the works.

Four Tulips in the works.

Again, turning to  Hilma af Klint  for color inspiration.

Again, turning to Hilma af Klint for color inspiration.

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Almost complete. A look at all six paintings.

Almost complete. A look at all six paintings.

Visit here to see the completed paintings available for purchase.

Bonus: Lots of Morning Walk Sketches are now available as prints. Go to prints available here to see them and more.

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