This is an illustration for a magazine called "shout" that was distributed in a small town in NC, where I used to live. This is an example of how I like to combine watercolor and colored pencil.
Saturday, December 15, 2007
Sunday, November 25, 2007
Here are a few samples of my fine art paintings. Creating in this style provides a nice balance between illustration and personal art. I don't really think about a final product. The entire process is solely about texture and color. These paintings really help to clear my head.
I just picked up the flier for the annual "Seasons" show at the Young Blood Gallery and Boutique in Atlanta, Georgia. I and 39 other artists will have their work on display. Opening reception is December 1st from 7pm until 11pm. Check out Young Blood's website for more info.
Friday, November 23, 2007
Hello everyone, and welcome! This blog will feature a collection of sketches and works in progress from the sketchbook of Kim Feigenbaum (that's me). I love working in graphite but I find it refreshing to keep things mixed up. As a result, many of my finished pieces contain graphite, watercolor, colored pencil, and digital elements. Most of my sketches, however, are almost entirely graphite. Generally, I have some sort of story that accompanies each piece. Creating a narrative is quite fun and very frequently helps with brainstorming new ideas. If I have a specific story that goes with a piece, I will be sure to include it. So to get things started off, here are some recent sketches. Enjoy!