This series of paintings was inspired by Kymn's work in the field of psychology. While many feelings are commonly discussed in our culture, such as depression, anxiety and anger, the human psyche is resplendent with nuanced expressions of emotional responses to life. These works pay particular attention to the lesser-discussed feelings we share.
60 x 48 acrylic on canvas
Connect with your inner child in this whimsical painting of knock-knock jokes and rubber ducks.
36 x 48 acrylic on canvas
More messy feelings. This painting journeys through anger to euphoria, and includes daydreaming as well as seeds of hope being sown in amid despair.
24 X 36 acrylic and paper on canvas
Who hasn't felt out of sorts? This state of progressive confusion and disorganization can lead to circularity of thought and action. Other people usually make this state worse with their subtle - and not so subtle - suggestions designed to inspire "bobulation" (that is, the actions another person wants you to take.)
40 x 30 Acrylic on canvas
Sometimes crying feels good. This soothing stream of tears puddles and splashes, releasing energy for being fully present in the moment.
36x 48 Acrylic on canvas
Sometimes you just feel bold, colorful, a little messy and, well... fabulous!
36 x 48 Acrylic on canvas
Up and down.. hot and cold... yep... feeling intense in every area.
60 x 48 Acrylic on canvas
With so much uncertainty in the world, it seems like focusing on peace would be a good thing. Hold on to the concept however you can.