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$2800. • Refuge; Last Coffee With Booth • Kristin Serafini • February 2008 • Acrylic on Canvas • 36″ x 36″
This is the view looking over the National Elk Refuge in Jackson, WY from the café at the National Museum of Wildlife Art.
$325. • Kenny Meets a Kalabaw • Kristin Serafini, Kristin Martin • May 2000, February 2021 • Acrylic on Canvas • 36″ x 24″
In the spring of 2000, our family traveled to the Philippines to build houses with the Habitat For Humanity Jimmy Carter Work Project. Former President Carter was there, building right along with us. One family, whose house we helped to build, had their water buffalo (“kalabaw” in Tagalog) grazing on a leash behind the building site.
$250. • Sponsored Link • Kristin Serafini • July 2010 • Acrylic on Canvas • 22″ x 28″
“On April 20, 2010, an explosion at the BP Deepwater Horizon oil rig released over 130 million gallons of crude oil into the Gulf of Mexico. It was the biggest oil spill ever in U.S. waters and remains one of the worst environmental disasters in world history.” It took months to cap the well, so this catastrophic spill got a lot of coverage on NPR (my frequent studio companion). At some point I got curious about what that much oil looked like bursting into the Gulf, so I googled “BP oil spill.” It looks like Google now puts their ads at the bottom of the first page of search results, but at the time, they were running sponsored links right at the top. It was actually hard to find images of the damage… which really made me wonder how much BP was paying to keep the extent of the disaster out of the public eye.
$250. • Not Her Fault • Kristin Serafini • August 2010 • Acrylic on Canvas • 22″ x 28″
One night in April 2010, I was working late in my studio, listening to the BBC World Service on the radio, when they began reporting a story about a pronouncement made by Hojjat ol-eslam Kazem Sediqi, the acting Friday prayer leader in Tehran. Soon I was looking up maps of fault lines in Iran, which you see in red behind the cleric’s statement. I was struck by how much the lines look like scars.
$850. • Out of Context • Kristin Serafini • April 2010 • Acrylic on Canvas • 48″ x 30″
$475. • Dendrobium Keiki • Kristin Serafini • September 2001 • Watercolor on Paper • 24.25″ x 24.25″ framed
$475. • Dendrobium Throat • Kristin Serafini • September 2001 • Watercolor on Paper • 19.125″ x 19.125″ framed
$695. • Use Your Words • Kristin Serafini, Kristin Martin • May 2010, February 2021 • Acrylic on Canvas • 60″ x 20″
This piece has a super glossy finish, making it a challenge to photograph. The depth and richness of color and subtle shifts between the reds, oranges, and pinks are a little more visible in the detail shot.
SOLD • Upon Human Consciousness • Kristin Serafini • January 2010 • Acrylic & Graphite on Canvas • 48″ x 24″
SOLD • Saturday • Kristin Serafini • January 2010 • Acrylic & Graphite on Canvas • 20″ x 20″