Stretching the truth.

Kathryn the person is pretty honest most of the time but Kathryn the artist is a liar. It's not very often that I present the facts as they are. What I'm usually putting on canvas is a tall tale. Some evidence of my guilt:

 EXHIBIT A: Was that little canal town in China really so blue and green? Sorry. It WAS lovely... but in a very gray and brown sort of way.

EXHIBIT A: Was that little canal town in China really so blue and green? Sorry. It WAS lovely... but in a very gray and brown sort of way.

 EXHIBIT B: Where did you drive out to in order to find the uninhabited landscape scenery for the "Missing Rider" painting? Well, I opened my front door, walked about 8 steps out, and took a photo of my next door neighbor's driveway. 

EXHIBIT B: Where did you drive out to in order to find the uninhabited landscape scenery for the "Missing Rider" painting? Well, I opened my front door, walked about 8 steps out, and took a photo of my next door neighbor's driveway. 

 EXHIBIT C: Did you really wear a towel around your neck and cut your hair for that self-portrait? Heck no. That was Big Teddy.

EXHIBIT C: Did you really wear a towel around your neck and cut your hair for that self-portrait? Heck no. That was Big Teddy.