Kate Taylor’s Art

HOPE

Many of my monochrome paintings use only black, white, and gray to convey the depths of emotional despair. They are stark and meant to make people feel what I and others feel during those times. I also like to paint windows because they divide the inside from the outside. But when I thought I was done with this one I had this urge to add a bit of hope to the starkness, so I painted in a jar of flowers on the ledge to let some light in through the cracks.
9x12x3/4 acrylic on stretched canvas

Many of my monochrome paintings use only black, white, and gray to convey the depths of emotional despair. They are stark and meant to make people feel what I and others feel during those times. I also like to paint windows because they divide the inside from the outside. But when I thought I was done with this one I had this urge to add a bit of hope to the starkness, so I painted in a jar of flowers on the ledge to let some light in through the cracks.

If you want to purchase HOPE as a print, printed canvas, or the original painting, visit Kate Taylor’s Art

acrylic on stretched canvas, monochrome, white, black, gray, window, vase of flowers, hope, abstract impressionism, abstract, depression, emotive art

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