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I’m an aging hippie in disguise, gone underground, looking like a bureaucrat out of necessity to earn my daily bread. Really, I’m an artist trying always to get a bit of time to paint or draw, and this has been frustrated in the last thirty years by having to work for a living, and particularly in the last 6 years as I worked and looked after my aging mother until she died just this spring and brought up two teenage boys till they were able to take up their wings and fly away.

I’m just moving to a new home and a studio on my own which means my artistic yearnings are not yet being met and production is at an all time low, but I’m thinking. The series projects are sitting in my computer with tons of photos to remind me the direction I want to go in and they are rumbling around in my brain. So, look out world! Here I come!

In the meantime, if you want to see a bit of the work I do, then log into my site and take a tour.


After 7 years in my new home, the studio is flourishing. Just take a look at my series on Construction/deconstruction; Power poles; Masks inspired by Mexico; the Giverny paintings; the Alouette River and the Grand Canal paintings. It’s been a great ride, and I’m still going strong.

5 Responses to “About”

  1. CheyAnne Sexton Says:

    how wonderful to finally have ‘the place’ to put all those ramblings together. Good luck and I look forward to more of your work
    peace n abundance

  2. Sonya Chasey Says:

    I can relate to that! I’m at work on my afternoon off & am having to wait hours in order to do an imposed course for another couple of hours! I’d rather be painting – but I have found your blog instead! Hope you get more time to practise soon. iIlike the things I’ve seen – Bon courage.

  3. lynn ruscheinsky Says:

    thank you for your stunning review of my charcoal and thread show at the elliott louis gallery.

  4. Claudia Jacobson Says:

    … I find your painting – “Waterlily ‘Black Princess’ ” absolutely stunning, and many others to be lovely.
    Your blog conveys a warm and candid humour w/ the note of being an aging hippie that I enjoyed as well. Best of luck to you Kristin for continued success & I’ll be sure to check for any of your works the next time I’m visiting the gallery.

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