Piece description from the artist
This is one of my newer pieces that has a music soundtrack for a deeper look into the thoughts and emotions. You can find that here: http://spoti.fi/1qE6mHb
And here is the poem meaning extracted from the soundtrack:
Gotta have some faith in the sound,
it’s the one good thing I’ve got.
I think it’s time I told you.
There’s something deep inside of me.
you know well
that you have nothing to fear.
Believe in the power of love.
You try to understand
and have the courage
to love me
You deserve the best in life.
Call it your 2.0, your rebirth, whatever –
so long as you can feel it all,
so long as all your doors are flung wide
‘cause in a sky, cause in a sky full of stars
I think I saw you.
We’re different and the same,
gave you another name
switch up the batteries.
I knew I didn’t see
what you thought
you saw in me.
~ and I will get lost into your eyes,
I know everything is alright.
I’m so used to living
I see you my friend
and touch your face again.
Miracles will happen as we speak.
Right from the start
I gave you my heart.
Is it too much to ask for every Sunday (?)
and while we’re at it
throw in every other day
‘cause ~ baby,
love never felt so good.
Kelly Lynn Kimball is an abstract artist specializing in oil pastels. She uses her hands, instead of brushes, to blend and paint. Originally from Michigan, her inspiration comes mostly from nature, as it was all around her.
Her first solo show was in 2005 in Santa Monica, CA. Since then she has had solo and group shows throughout the Los Angeles metropolitan area including multiple showings in Beverly Hills, Hollywood, Pasadena and at the Downtown Los Angeles Art Walk. Her first large contemporary art commission piece was in 2006 for Douglas Emmett in Westwood, CA. Kelly created a five-piece lobby installation that has since been sold to a private collector. In 2009, Samitaur Constructs and The Point, a restaurant located in the lovely Hayden Tract district of Culver City, commissioned Kelly to create a forty two-foot, eleven-panel chalk-board pastel painting for their grand opening.