Limited Edition Prints

Kim Novak - Statement regarding the sale of her original paintings, July 2017About Kim Novak Limited Edition Prints

Kim Novak’s fine art quality limited edition giclée prints are printed using the giclée process, using fade-resistant, archival pigment inks. Kim chooses to have her prints made with 100% acid free fine art canvas or 110 lb cold press stock. The color of each and every giclée master has been carefully matched to Kim Novak’s original painting, and has been inspected and signed by the artist to ensure accuracy and authenticity. While these prints are archivable, as with any paper they should not be exposed to direct sunlight, excessive heat or humidity. Unlike the process inks used to make lithographs, pigment inks will retain their original vibrance for decades, even for hundreds of years, making giclée prints the choice of discriminating artists and art collectors. The use of archival materials results in a reproduction that will last for generations if displayed and cared for properly.

Signed and Numbered by Kim Novak

The Kim Novak limited edition prints you order from Kim Novak’s official art website will be personally inspected, hand-signed, and numbered by the artist before it is prepared to ship to you.

The prices listed for limited edition art prints of the original paintings by Kim Novak you see on this website are current, and subject to change without notice. Shipping charges include handling, shipping, and insurance for the cost of the gicleé print, and will be added to the price of the print:
U.S. $35.00
CANADA $50.00
OVERSEAS $70.00

Please allow approximately 4 weeks for delivery. Ms. Novak’s oil paintings are printed on canvas and may take longer. At this time Ms. Novak is accepting payments online via PayPal only. For your protection, your transaction will take place on PayPal’s secure servers. You do not have to be a PayPal member to make a purchase with your credit card.

This is Kim Novak’s only official art website – please do not try to purchase these limited edition fine art prints from any other source! If you’d like one last look at the entire painting before making your purchase, please click on the thumbnail to view a large, uncropped version.

Thank you so much for your interest in actress Kim Novak art prints!

Print Pricing

Vision at Sea

Vision at Sea, pastel over watercolor painting by Kim Novak. Posted August 27, 2015© 2015 Kim Novak.
Vision at Sea

Hand signed and numbered prints of Kim Novak’s original painting Vision at Sea are available in limited editions of 300 in each size:
15″ x 12″ – $450 each
20″ x 16″ – $650 each


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After the Reign

limited edition prints by Kim Novak - After the Reign ©2015: I AM PRESENTING THIS PAINTING AS A GIFT AT THE FILM FESTIVAL IN THE CITY OF PRAGUE – THE HOME OF MY FOREFATHERS I painted this to honor what was known as the VELVET REVOLUTION, a time when the people of Czechoslovokia lived under the control and rule of the Russian Communist party. I was there visiting family with my Mom and Dad in the 1960s and was impressed with their fantastic puppet shows. While preparing my early sketches I realized that I was reliving my own experiences of what I was feeling while under contract and control of the Hollywood studio system. Although it is not to be compared with what they endured, somehow I felt the need to bring my puppet out from the cloud and the rain and get free from my brain. Enjoy! Prints of this painting are available from the artist: 12x15 - $400.00, 16x20 - $600.00
After the Reign

Hand signed and numbered prints of Kim Novak’s original painting After the Reign are available in limited editions of 200 in each size:
12″ x 15″ – $300 each
16″ x 20″ – $500 each


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The Blue Bird Tattoo

limited edition prints by Kim Novak - The Blue Bird Tattoo, pastel over watercolor painting by Kim Novak, ©2014. Tribute to Kim Novak’s grandmother, an impressionistic vision of their relationship, showing the faces of Kim Novak and her grandmother. Accompanied by this poem: 'Under her wing, with a blue bird beside me. tattooed on her arm, always there to remind me; the courage it took to stand up to those bullies, shouting, 'disgrace!' as if she had sinned. Much time has gone by, now tattoos are in fashion Bullies still do what they do with their passion. I honor my parents and my sister too, especially my grandma with the blue bird tattoo!' ~Kim NovaK Painting image and poem ©2014 Kim Novak, all rights reserved.
The Blue Bird Tattoo

Hand signed and numbered prints of Kim Novak’s original painting The Blue Bird Tattoo are available in limited editions of 200 in each size:
16″ x 14″ – $200 each
20″ x 18″ – $300 each


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Finding My Way

limited edition prints by Kim Novak - Finding My Way: Impressionist painting of a woman walking down a railroad track with a suitcase in her hand, accompanied by this poem, also by Kim Novak: 'Finding my way to find myself, by myself, in my own way, To be seen and be heard for keeping my word; And at the end of the day, fly like a bird!' ~Kim Novak © Copyright 2014 Kim Novak, all rights reserved.
Finding My Way

Hand signed and numbered prints of Kim Novak’s original painting Finding My Way are available in limited editions of 300 in each size:
12″ x 15″- $450 each
16″ x 20″ – $650 each


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Goodbyes and Hellos

limited edition prints by Kim Novak - Goodbyes and Hellos: Pastel over watercolor painting of a butterfly, with the face of a woman worked into the background with birds and flowers, accompanied by this poem, also by Kim Novak: 'Light ever changing - God only knows, Life is recycling goodbyes and hellos' ~Kim NovaK © Copyright 2014 Kim Novak, all rights reserved.
Goodbyes and Hellos

Hand signed and numbered prints of Kim Novak’s original painting Goodbyes and Hellos are available in limited editions of 250 in each size:
16″ x 12″ – $300 each
20″ x 15″ – $450 each


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Rainbow Voices

limited edition prints by Kim Novak - Rainbow Voices ©2014: Profiles of 3 African women singing in pastel over watercolor, accompanied by this poem, also by Kim Novak: 'Rainbow Voices, sweet as the bird in the eye of girl with the golden hair- bird drinking dew from the jungle dawn where her sisters were born – related dreams- fated schemes; together they form a ‘Rainbow Coalition’ transition to transform the forlorn with a song. United they stand divided WE fall; voices ring out, echoes multiply their call, 'Come join the forces, no remorses,' a common need for harmony unsung, the unlived memory of discord undone… Rainbow Voices seek a place in the sun, a piece of peace, to live as one.' ~Kim NovaK This print is a detail of the women/wings from Ms. Novak’s 'Transformation: Nelson Mandela' painting.
Rainbow Voices

Hand signed and numbered prints of Kim Novak’s original painting Rainbow Voices are available in limited editions of 400 in each size:
9.75″ x 13.5″ – $150 each
13″ x 18″ – $200 each


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Vertigo / Vortex of Delusion

limited edition prints by Kim Novak - Vertigo / Vortex of Delusion: Original Painting by Kim Novak capturing the essence of the 1958 Alfred Hitchcock movie Vertigo, in which the artist starred with Jimmy Stewart. Copyright 2014 Kim Novak. All rights reserved.
Vertigo / Vortex of Delusion

25.5″ x 12″ hand signed and numbered prints of Kim Novak’s original painting Vertigo / Vortex of Delusion are available in a limited edition of 500 for $850 each.




The Tides of Humanity

limited edition prints by Kim Novak - The Tides of Humanity: Original Painting of a pair of feet with water flowing over them in pastel over watercolor by Kim Novak. Copyright 2014 Kim Novak. All rights reserved.
The Tides of Humanity

Hand signed and numbered prints of Kim Novak’s original painting The Tides of Humanity are available in limited editions of 250 in each size:
12″ x 16″ – $500 each
18″ x 24″ – $650 each


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Looking Back to See Ahead

limited edition prints by Kim Novak - Looking Back to See Ahead: Original Painting in pastel over watercolor by Kim Novak. Copyright 2014 Kim Novak. All rights reserved.
Looking Back to See Ahead

12″ x 12″ hand signed and numbered prints of Kim Novak’s original painting Looking Back to See Ahead are available in a limited edition of 300 for $350 each.

 




Life is But A Dream

limited edition prints by Kim Novak - Life is But a Dream: Original Painting of a river scene from the point of view of the person rowing a boat, with a small white dog in the bow. Pastel over watercolor by Kim Novak. Copyright 2014 Kim Novak. All rights reserved.
Life is But a Dream

Hand signed and numbered prints of Kim Novak’s original painting
Life is But a Dream are available in limited editions of 250 in each size:
16″ x 12″ – $500 each
24″ x 18″ – $650 each


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Once Upon A Time

limited edition prints by Kim Novak - Once Upon A Time: Original Painting of a tree woman in pastel over watercolor by Kim Novak. Copyright 2014 Kim Novak. All rights reserved.
Once Upon A Time

Hand signed and numbered prints on canvas of Kim Novak’s original painting Once Upon A Time are available in limited editions of 300 in each size:
12″ x 16″ – $500 each
18″ x 24″ – $700 each


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In the Canyons of My Mind

limited edition prints by Kim Novak - In the Canyons of My Mind: Original Painting of a dreamscape in pastel over watercolor in intense, vibrant colors by Kim Novak. Copyright 2014
In the Canyons of My Mind

Hand signed and numbered prints of Kim Novak’s original painting
In the Canyons of My Mind are available in limited editions of 250 in each size:
24″ x 18″ – $600 each
28″ x 22″ – $800 each


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Horse Heaven

limited edition prints by Kim Novak - Horse Heaven: Original Painting in pastel on watercolor by Kim Novak. Copyright 2014 Kim Novak, all rights reserved.
Horse Heaven

Hand signed and numbered prints of Kim Novak’s original painting Horse Heaven are available in limited editions of 250 in each size:
16″ x 12″ – $450 each
20″ x 15″ – $600 each


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Mountain Man

limited edition prints by Kim Novak - Mountain Man: Original Painting by Kim Novak. Copyright 2014 Kim Novak. All rights reserved.
Mountain Man

12″ x 16″ hand signed and numbered prints of Kim Novak’s original painting Mountain Man are available in a limited edition of 300 for $500 each.

 




Getting Clean / Alcatraz

limited edition prints by Kim Novak - Getting Clean, original painting by Kim Novak. Copyright 2014, all rights reserved.
Getting Clean

Hand signed and numbered prints of Kim Novak’s original painting Getting Clean / Alcatraz are available in limited editions of 300 in each size:
12″ x 12″ – $400 each
18″ x 18″ – $600 each


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Devotion

limited edition prints by Kim Novak - Devotion: Original Painting of a blonde woman kissing a horse on the nose in pastel over watercolor by Kim Novak
Devotion

16″ x 12″ hand signed and numbered prints of Kim Novak’s original painting Devotion are available in a limited edition of 250 for $500 each.

 




The Magic of Music

limited edition prints by Kim Novak - The Magic of Music: Original Pastel Painting by Kim Novak, created for the 2010 Britt Music Festival. Copyright 2014 Kim Novak. All rights reserved.
The Magic of Music

Hand signed and numbered prints of Kim Novak’s original painting
The Magic of Music are available in limited editions of 300 in each size:
12″ x 16″ – $300 each
18.5″ x 24.5″ – $450 each


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Déja Vù

limited edition prints by Kim Novak - Deja Vu: Original Painting in pastel over watercolor by Kim Novak. Copyright 2014 Kim Novak, all rights reserved.
Deja Vu

Hand signed and numbered prints of Kim Novak’s original painting Déja Vù are available in limited editions of 300 in each size:
14″ x 10″ – $400 each
22″ x 16″ – $600 each


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Woman From the Train

limited edition prints by Kim Novak - Woman From the Train, Original Pastel over watercolor painting by Kim Novak. copyright 2014 Kim Novak, all rights reserved.
Woman From the Train

12″ x 16″ hand signed and numbered prints of Kim Novak’s original painting Woman From the Train are available in a limited edition of 350 for $500 each.

 




In My Mother’s Arms

limited edition prints by Kim Novak - In My Mother's Arms: Original Painting in pastel over watercolor by Kim Novak. Copyright 2014 Kim Novak. All rights reserved.
In My Mother’s Arms

Hand signed and numbered prints of Kim Novak’s original painting
In My Mother’s Arms are available in limited editions of 300 in each size:
8.75″ x 12″ – $400 each
11″ x 15″ – $500 each


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Homeless

limited edition prints by Kim Novak - Homeless, Original Painting by Kim Novak. Copyriht 2014 Kim Novak, all rights reserved.
Homeless

Hand signed and numbered prints of Kim Novak’s original painting Homeless are available in limited editions of 300 in each size:
12″ x 15″ – $450 each
16″ x 20″ – $650 each


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Finding The Way Back Home

limited edition prints by Kim Novak - Finding the Way Back Home, Original landscape painting in pastel over watercolor by Kim Novak. Copyright 2014 Kim Novak. All rights reserved.
Finding the Way Back Home

Hand signed and numbered prints of Kim Novak’s original painting Finding the Way Back Home are available in limited editions of 250 in each size:
16″ x 12″ – $350 each
24″ x 18″ – $550 each


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When Winter Ends

limited edition prints by Kim Novak - When Winter Ends, Original landscape painting of a river with snow and new spring growth in pastel over watercolor by Kim Novak. Copyright 2014 Kim Novak. All rights reserved.
When Winter Ends

Hand signed and numbered prints of Kim Novak’s original painting When Winter Ends are available in limited editions of 250 in each size:
18″ x 12″ – $450 each
24″ x 16″ – $650 each


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Self Portrait

limited edition prints by Kim Novak - Self Portrait, Original oil painting by Kim Novak. Copyright 2014 Kim Novak. All rights reserved.
Self Portrait

12″ x 16″ hand signed and numbered prints on canvas of Kim Novak’s original Self Portrait are available in a limited edition of 300 for $600 each.




The White Winged Messenger

limited edition prints by Kim Novak - White Winged Messenger, Original Painting of a young woman and her child by a river, with an apparition of a white dove in the rapids of the stream. Pastel over watercolor by Kim Novak. Copyright 2014 Kim Novak. All rights reserved.
The White Winged
Messenger

Hand signed and numbered prints of Kim Novak’s original painting
The White Winged Messenger are available in limited editions of 250 in each size:
16″ x 12″ – $450 each
24″ x 18″ – $650 each


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They Danced Till Dawn

limited edition prints by Kim Novak - They Danced till Dawn: Original Painting of two trees dancing on a hillside in pastel over watercolor by Kim Novak. Copyright 2014 Kim Novak. All rights reserved.
They Danced till Dawn

Hand signed and numbered prints of Kim Novak’s original painting They Danced Till Dawn are available in two sizes:
16″ x 12″ Limited Edition of 300 – $400 each
24″ x 18″ Limited edition of 250 – $600 each


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River Dancers

limited edition prints by Kim Novak - River Dancers, Original Painting of trees dancing on the banks of a river by Kim Novak. Copyright 2014 Kim Novak. All rights reserved.
River Dancers

Hand signed and numbered prints of Kim Novak’s original painting River Dancers are available in limited editions of 250 in each size:
16″ x 12″ – $450 each
24″ x 18″ – $650 each


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Metamorphosis

limited edition prints by Kim Novak - Original painting in pastel over watercolor underpainting by Kim Novak. ©2014 Kim Novak. All rights reserved.
Metamorphosis

24″ x 18″ hand signed and numbered prints of Kim Novak’s original painting Metamorphosis are available in a limited edition of 250 in each size:
16″ x 12″ – $400 each
24″ x 18″ – $600 each


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Reflections

limited edition prints by Kim Novak - Reflections: Original Painting in of a dog looking at its reflection in the window on a rainy day by Kim Novak. copyright 2014 Kim Novak, all rights reserved.
Reflections

Hand signed and numbered prints of Kim Novak’s original painting
Reflections are available in limited editions of 250 in each size:
16″ x 12″ – $450 each
24″ x 18″ – $650 each


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All artwork, poetry, prose and other writing on this website is © Kim Novak, all rights reserved.

107 thoughts on “Limited Edition Prints”

  1. To call you Kim seems too familiar from me, a stranger and so I will respectfully say address you as:

    Ms. Novak,

    I am an artist, too. I love your film work, you have an unearthly quality and a way of showing emotion as if it’s not put out by you but discovered by us. I guess that is part of your fabulous talent as an actress. You are mesmerizing on film.

    So to discover you are also an artist was delightful to me. Your art seems to have that same emotional and mysterious quality you put forth on film, leading me to conclude that must really be part of you. Evidently, you are unusual.

    But when I saw your Vertigo/Vortex of delusion, I was very impressed with your ability to get the likenesses of your subjects. Not all artists can do that. It shows real talent. Spot on.

    I love you included the ‘real girl’ in it and that she has a tear in her eyes. This gave me a sense of closure, because I feel the girl you portrayed was not really bad but made a poor choice and chose a path not true to herself. She found her way back through Stewart’s love and so her tears redeem her for me. She was remorseful.

    Thank you for that.

    1. I bought one of your prints and it was as beautiful as you are. Screw Donald Trump and his opinions.

        1. Hey, I was just beginning to love Kim’s paintings. Why in the heck Barry (has to be a man?) has to include the duly
          elected PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA into the conversation is a mystery to me. Barry, you must be a nut case.

  2. Ms. Novak: I just saw your interview with Robert Osborne on the telecast this weekend in honor of him as he has sadly passed on. I looked up your website with your paintings and was struck by the depth of feeling on them. They have a very spiritual feeling to them, most showing hope and faith in life in spite of the hurt and rejection that can accompany us through periods of our life. I would like to find your poetry as well. I am trying to make up my mind which painting to buy! You are truly an honest, heartfelt lady, and it is gratifying to see you find contentment in spite of dealing with the illness of bipolar/depression. I suspect it is your husband who grounds you and gives you that acceptance, love and safe space – to be you!! In my encounters throughout life, I have found most people do not feel truly accepted and loved. As a retired US Army Officer, you may find these thoughts odd, but your sincerity in your interview and your paintings reveals a depth of perseverance and kindness. And I do believe you will meet Jimmy Stewart “up there”! Best wishes, John Mathies

  3. Miss Novak…. I come to this page through a mutual friend in (Bob)Robert Osborne. He is un-replaceable and is so sorrily missed. I love all of your films, of course and now am able to enjoy your art. Your a very talented artist as one only needs the eyes to see, just how much. I applaud you for sticking to your true self for racism, mental health and animals….. always for the voiceless. It makes me happy that you have found happiness in your life and to know your doing your calling in your paintings. I only wish I could afford one someday to show everyone your talent and to say,,,,, See the signature on this painting ! This painting was done by the hand of the most beautiful Kim Novak

    1. My SELF PORTRAIT already belongs to someone else. However, I may be offering a few of my other originals in the future. I really appreciate your interest!

      1. if you ever decide to offer your self portrait again please let me know. thank you kim. haunting ethereal work.
        with love.

        1. The original of Kim’s self portrait has found its forever home, but fine art quality giclée prints are still available. It’s 6th from the end of the list of Limited Edition Prints on this page – look between When Winter Ends and The White Winged Messenger on this page to find it and place your order. Thank you so much for your interest in Kim’s art, Karen!

      2. I was wondering about the possibility of getting one of your originals. Are you going to be selling any of them, if so how can I found out about what is available. Thank you. Your work is truly beautiful.

  4. Another fine example of a multi-talented and beautiful Czech woman. A true Bohemian by branching out in so many different areas and showing such talent and skill in all, we’re thankful for all you’ve given to the world and we honor you!

    Kindest Regards,
    Zanna, Kytka & Zynnia
    3 American girls with Czech roots aka Tres Bohemes

  5. Dear Kim:
    My wife and I had the immense joy to meet you aboard the Disney Fantasy at the recent TCM classic cruise. As I floated on air at the opportunity of meeting my favorite movie star of the 1950’s, we shook your warm hands and chatted briefly about your beautiful paintings on display at the ship’s gallery, and about my favorite of your movies The Eddy Duchin Story. We loved your Vertigo/Vortex of Delusion painting, and hope to eventually own one of your prints, so we can proudly display it in our home theatre. Thanks for being such a warm person, and for loving animals as we do. Stay as beautiful inside and outside as you are now, and continue taking us on new journeys via your upcoming paintings and poems.
    Sincerely, Humberto and Consuelo

    1. Thank-you so much for writing about Kim , her art work, and the fact that she was on the TCM Cruise. I also was on that cruise Nov 2016 and also had the rare privilege of meeting Kim and viewed her extraordinary paintings. I am native and to me her work speaks on a level of consciousness to me that speaks of mother earth ,wildlife, and the unconscious mind . I can only hope that you enjoyed meeting Kim as much as I did. I cried with great emotion telling her how extraordinary she and her work meant to me!!!!! Hope you had the time of your life on that cruise ,as I did. 🚢

  6. Dear Kim, your art is beautiful! Love your Tides of Humanity especially because it reminds me of my granddaughter. My daughter is Hannah West.

  7. I’m working on an Art Gallery. It’s gonna be an honor to recognize the importance of having Kim Novak artwork. Thanks

  8. Kim,
    Your use of color is unique and beautiful! And what succinct prose to describe your paintings, I find it positively enchanting.
    I believe that you will achieve all that you set out to do in all realms of your life.

  9. Hello Kim, I have always been a fan of yours, esp. of Vertigo and Bell Book and Candle. But I never knew what a wonderful artist you are. If ever I get some extra funds, I would love to have the Vertigo print. And like someone else stated, if you ever do a Bell Book and Candle one, please let me know. I collect everything from that film. I want to thank you for your contribution to the world as a wonderful human being, talented actress and fantastic artist. God bless and keep going strong. You epitomize what “Star” meant in old Hollywood. Thank you for everything. Francesca Hansen

  10. WATCHING THE FILM, PICNIC, NOW. I NEVER SAW IT BEFORE, AND SURPRISELY, IT TOUCHES ON A LOT OF HUMAN FEELING OF EMOTIONAL NEEDINESS, THAT IS THE SAME TODAY. ITS EVIDENT, A BEAUTIFUL ACTRESS, INSIDE & OUT, BUT, NOW, YOUR PROFESSION IS ARTIST, YOU CAN PAINT ! WHEN I HAVE SOME EXTRA FUNDS, ID LOVE ‘TIDES..’, AND “WHITE WINGED ..”. STAY HEALTHY AND IN ALL COLORS!

  11. Dear Kim.
    Just discovered your website after watching a Jack Lemmon film on morning tv and seeing your name mentioned on IMDB. I always enjoyed your movies and was so pleased to see you are still in the land of the living.
    Your art is so skilled and beautiful! Please stay with us and keep producing such wonderful images! They show an appreciation of life snd beauty which is hard to find in todays art world.
    I was also very pleased to discover a ‘Hollywood star’ with the courage to walk away from a business she no longer believed in.
    Thank you.
    Russell Spicer
    London, England.

  12. dear ms Novak,

    I was born the year you made your first movie. I was drawn to you more than any actress and wondered why you seemed to disappear in the early seventies. thanks to TCM, I watch everything I can find of you. I must have one of your prints that your hands created, a miniscule piece of you, and my soul will be at peace. I wish for you peace and happiness always.
    jerry W

  13. I suddenly thought of you today and searched for you online. And here I am at your gallery studying your wonderful art.

    I’m not surprised by your talent. I would be more surprised if you had simply retired with no other aspirations. You are too introspective, too aware, too of today, to just sit back and watch the sea.

    I am, as always, one of your greatest admirers, whatever you do.

    Thank you.
    Fran

  14. kim i have just received my vertigo print and i absolutely love it . iv’e been a fan of yours ever since i watched vertigo what a film ..after watching bell book and candle i think your spell what you put on shep fell on me lol and after after buying one of your prints its got me ask.. are you ( or will you ) be painting one from the film bell book and candle as i would love one to go beside my vertigo print..one of you putting the spell on shep with pyewacket would be my choice .thankyou for all the films you made i enjoy them all and god bless you..stuart .

  15. Kim Novak’s artistry has never been in question. Throughout her film career, she has given intelligent and creative performances . It is unfortunate that many critics had failed to recognize her originality as an actor who was willing reveal herself through often complex and touching on screen portraits. As Kim did as an actor, she uses paint to communicate directly with us.
    It is great she continues to share her creativity with us.

  16. Your art work’s are just beautiful. Takes a sensitive soul to express that beauty in their paintings. I could relate. You’re as beautiful as your paintings.

  17. Dear Ms Novak…

    Just received my latest copy of The Pastel Journal and was surprised to see you featured as I did not know that you were an artist. I started pastels when I was 60. Now 11 years later I am still learning. I know of your mentors, Harley Brown (I have his book) and Richard McKinley (I met him and also own his book). Glad to know we both enjoy and appreciate pastels. I just hope I can get it right some day. Take care and be good to yourself.

    Maryann

  18. Hello dear Kim…

    My name is Saralyn Acton. I read an article a time ago how you were interested in sharing your inspiring and beautiful art for mental health.

    If you have heard of my family members, Dr. Leonard Shlain, Tiffany Shlain, Kimberly Shlain Brooks, Jordan Shlain, and Oliver Goldstick you will know we create very cool and connected things! My visionary project, The Brain Connection is something I think you will stand up and cheer for. The Brain Connection is a prototype Center dedicated to mental health, wellness, and Life skills incorporating entertainment and the arts. The Brain Connection is alive with the arts as you will see.

    Dear Kim, Your artwork is beautiful and one day I hope to have your exhibit in The Brain Connection!

    Here is a link to The Brain Connection executive summary and keynote turned into a PDF. This project is 6 years in the making. I would value any opinions you might have.

    Sincerely,

    Saralyn

    https://docs.google.com/folderview?id=0B1nMgFC4igUsQ1B4SmZuR05kcU0&usp=drive_web

    1. I am so pleased to know your family is following in your fine fathers footsteps. We certainly share the same goal for wanting help for mental health issues thru the arts. Who knows what the future may have in store. I wish you the best in your endeavor. ~Kim

  19. Hi Kim, just finished watching The Legend of Lylah Clare which I ordered. I waited years for this movie of yours to be released – (not to sicken u) this movie is your typical Hollywood. But, you are so exceptionally beautiful in it. Must say I have much admiration for you how you took your stand a few months back. U have a beautiful soul, it always shined since I can remember and I’m now 29yrs old, (u can add 31 more yrs. to that!). Will order a print, all so lovely, so beautiful. Always wishing U happiness and good health. Love u. Peace!

  20. Dear Ms. Novak,
    I am so glad I have the opportunity to communicate with you,
    and hope you indeed read these. I’ve been a fan since the 60’s,
    when I saw The Eddy Duchin Story and cried all the way home.
    I used to be an usherette at a tent theatre on Long Island, NY
    and saw Pal Joey, but nobody did Zip like you did in the movie.
    I too, am an artist, and teach portraiture locally. I love your
    self-portrait especially, and those wonderful tree people!
    You are still very beautiful to me, inside and out.
    Barbara Silbert, Long Island, NY

  21. dear kim i love your art work. just to let you know im a 58 year old man who lived in monterey from 86 to 89 was stationed at fort ord. i know you dont live in the area anymore but im visiiting there this september i love it there. as for the bullying, very poor taste. i was hurt by it because i always liked kim novak as a kid. yes i will buy a painting but i need to wait. i wont wait too long im going through them all, to see which one i like the most i will keep in touch it might have to wait until i get back from my trip to monterey im self employed and i loose money when i vacation. and kim you always looked fabulous to me. you are a wonderful artist ill reply soon about a painting sincerely todd bates

    .

  22. Hi, my name is Ramona. I too have Bipolar disorder and mostly experience the lows more so than the mania. For the past year I have been involved with a group that we like to call the “Bipolar Babes”. We have worked with NAMI to speak at several venues in order to break the stigma of mental health and also empower others to be encourages even in the face of criticism such as you faced. We would love to share our work with you and maybe work with you on helping others with stories like yours and ours. Please feel free to email me. Your art work is amazing and captivating and I do hope you continue to create such wonders!

    1. Dear Ramona,
      Thank you so much for your appreciation of my art, and for sharing about the Bipolar Babes and the good things your group is doing with NAMI to raise awareness about bipolar disorder and remove the stigma of mental health issues. I so admire you and your cause! It is people like you who can really make the difference! As for myself, I have never been an activist, in the sense of reaching out and speaking my views, but prefer to quietly express them through the arts. Aside from being bipolar I am also obsessive-compulsive, and if I take on too many projects I get on overload and wind up getting nothing accomplished (except frustration). Therefore I try not to take on more than I can handle. I know that art is a healer for me – and it can be for the viewer, too, when that special connection is made.

      Wishing you good luck with all your endeavors,
      Sincerely,
      Kim

  23. [email protected] says:

    Ms Novak – Your work is stunning! There is no question who you are painting. Human, scenery, creatures – you capture them all with incredible beauty. Thank you for sharing. Some day I would love to own a print. Blessings to you, Debby, Fredonia, WI

  24. As a retired Art Teacher, I am always interested in the Art Work of fellow Artists. After teaching Art for 38 years, I volunteer at The Meridian Senior Center teaching a Critique Art class for Senior Citizens. They are wonderful, full of energy, and full of the desire to learn. They make teaching enjoyable. I will really enjoy telling them to look at your web site. They will be so excited to see examples of Art done by a person that they have only heard of.
    We currently have a display of 30 pieces of their work on display in our Senior Center. All of them will enter, and display, their Art at the Western Idaho Fair in August.
    If you are ever this direction, they ( and I ) would love to have you look at and critique their work.
    Thank you.
    Carl Goodwin
    2268 W. Divide Creek Street
    Meridian, Idaho 83646
    Tel: 1-(208)- 871-8805

  25. “Looking Back to See Ahead” absolutely takes my breath away. I don’t have the means to purchase but wanted you to know how much I admire your gorgeous work and your courage for speaking out. Those of us with hidden disabilities have always suffered the unfair comments of others and it does hurt. The article about bullying has led me to your art and I hope many others also. Keep up this amazing work. Mr. Trump has never produced anything with his own hands so you are far ahead.
    With great admiration-
    Claudia Keeley
    Windsor, CT

  26. Your work is as beautiful as you are. Love and loss, fiery confusions of color, but hope and affirmations reaching. I never knew.

  27. Dear Kim Novak,
    I love your unique art combined with your great poetry!!
    I did share your website on my Facebook wall.
    Have a happy Easter full of love, health and smiles…smiling is breathing xx Soula

  28. Your work is lovely… especially the self portrait… nice shadows and teh depth in the eyes.. I love the feel of it all .. i can almost feel the breezes and hear the forgiving of the clouds… You did a class act job of standing your ground against the bully remarks… When we meet we can compare notes… I have been there too. Nice recovery… me too. I did not cover and hid from their ridicule, I met it face on. full force and faith…. i have prevailed. Thanks for joining the team of the undaunted and the undefeated… Glad to know you exist in this manner… you do have a mission and so do I… To get back to painting for one is my mission… thanks for the inspiration… Veta

  29. Kim,
    I loved watching you in your films. PLEASE DO NOT let those fools disparaging remarks keep you from enjoying life.
    By the way, your art work is amazing.

    Regards,
    Dennis

  30. Wow! Your paintings are gorgeous, Ms. Kim. I had no idea you were an artist…I am so very impressed. I love your work, both in film and now this. I admire your courage regarding the harsh comments you recently received; don’t let those ignorant morons get you down! All the best, Susan

  31. My heart has taken a journey today by looking at your beautiful pieces. I see such light and movement it actually affects my spirit and soul…good art is transforming to the person creating it and the person who is blessed to experience it. Thank you for always having the courage to share your gifts and talents with the world. I have been able to get so much joy from watching your movies and now from seeing your artwork. I have been struggling with a hereditary heart condition and can’t get out to see the beauty as much as I would like, but you brought the beauty to me today. Thank you so much for sharing. Sincerely, Maria Jacovino

  32. I love the paintings and would like to own one someday. Can’t afford one now. I have seen every movie Kim Novak was in and I loved every one. I watched the awards and was so happy to see her present. You look marvelous. I am 68 yr young and I still work as a nurse. God bless you.

  33. Ms. Novak, Your paintings are fabulous. And critics are such jerks.
    I love the way you spoke up for yourself in this yahoo article.

    I’m visualizing owning my own home again, very soon. And when my book sells, which I visualize also, I’ll buy one of your beautiful prints to add to my new home.
    Thank you.
    Colleen

  34. I want you to know I’ve been a fan since I was 13-14 yrs. old (maybe your #1 😉 and remain so today, even though I’m a LOT older! As one of those girls who wanted so much to be anyone else, my “Once Upon A Time”, your movies made my life bearable many times, and I still love them.

    I can’t begin to tell you how thrilled I was to find prints of your beautiful artwork finally available . I was so impressed with them when you exhibited in San Francisco. I saw them online, and hoped prints would be eventually available for purchase at some point. That said, I have ordered one, Vertigo, although there are three others I would love to have as well. I hope they will be still available when I’m ready and able to purchase them.

    Thank you so much for enriching my life yet again……or should I say still!

    Val Hoff

  35. I love your “in my Mother’s Arms” the best, but you did an awesome job on the self portrait and mountain man, along with others. I am named after you – Kim Rollins (my sister named Debbie after Debbie Reynolds) and I must say, I really didn’t know much about you until you spoke out about the bullying – You look amazing to me and I am very proud to be named after you today! Always speak out, we need more famous people to make others understand. (hey my mom was 18 when she had me, but I’m sure glad she did)..

  36. Your paintings are beautiful. You looked lovely at the Oscars. I am close to your age. I am a graduate in fine art, yet I had a career of teaching Spanish in public school. I’m retired now. Perhaps I can pick up my art again.
    The best to you,
    Sharie Escalera

  37. [email protected] says:

    I LOVE YOUR WORK…..amazing !
    I would definitely buy a lot of these, but alas ! I cannot even afford ONE, as I live on social security alone. Just want you to know thatI’m glad that I have gotten to see them. AND ALSO, I support you in your effort against bullying and creating more understanding for all people of the devastating hurt it causes. Those who bully cannot SEE the world in its beauty. Also, I love your acting career and how beautifully your soul shined through.

  38. Hello,

    While I cannot afford your lovely art, “Canyon/Minds” and “Way Back Home” in particular, with my teacher’s salary I can afford the time to let you know how I and my husband support your recent efforts to speak up against the ugliness of some people who have nothing better to do than get negative attention for themselves. We love and adore the time we get to spend watching your art on film. We thank you for your artistry. We are avid TCM fans and adored seeing you with Robert O.

    As a teacher of middle school, I am concerned that bullying via social media is going to get worse before better. However, if more people of all ages, genders, and lifestyle had your courage, the issue will get better.

    Hang in there,

    Judy and Ralph

  39. You paint beautifully and I can see reflection and pain in them. You are truly blessed to have been so talented early in life and to be able to continue art in this form now, it is truly a gift.

    shel

  40. Dear Ms. Novak,
    I don’t know if you read these comments yourself, but I hope you do. First of all, I just read the article in the paper about your reply concerning Oscar night and the ugly backlash from some nasty people. I am so glad you spoke out about bullying. At any age, it is shameful. You are a strong, beautiful woman with such great artistic talent. I LOVE your work; particularly the child’s feet in the water. I always thought you were a great actor; I now see you are much more than that.
    ( When I can afford to buy a print, I’ll visit the website again. I’ll have to talk the husband into it!!)
    God Bless,
    Andrea Cosentini

  41. Miss Novak, I had no idea that you were an artist on canvas. Your work is so beautiful. It moved me. I love the way you are telling a story in your work. And the expression of movement is beautiful. Your soul looks back at me through your work and speaks to my soul. I am a retired lady with few discretionary dollars, but I hope someday to save enough to buy one of your paintings. I am so glad I happened across your site. Also – glad you spoke up for all of us who are not perfect as Hollywood deems “perfection.” God loves us as we are. Keep painting and show the world the inner beauty of you. That is perfectly good enough for anyone, if they have eyes to see and a heart to feel.

  42. [email protected] says:

    Hi Ms. Novak,
    I just read the letter you had your representative release pertaining to the unkind and what I consider vicious comments about you and Ms. Minnelli. I’n not sure you will even see this, but I also was offended by the remarks. I’ve always admired you and have enjoyed your films. Although I’ve enjoyed your most famous films, some of my favorites are Pushover, Five Against The House, The Notorious Landlady, Strangers When We Meet, and especially Middle Of The Night. I’m just 47, but I always felt you were much more than a pretty face. Yours is true talent, and what a pleasure to be able to see your artwork here! Please know that your real fans love you and appreciate you! It seems that in Hollywood, women especially are not allowed to age or gain weight, while people like Donald Trump can get a beer paunch and throw out criticisms like a bratty 15 year old girl. I hope you know (as I’m sure you do) that their opinions do not spur your creativity, build your dreams, or pay your bills. You are far superior to people like me – dignified and graceful. I was thrilled to see you at the Academy Awards this year and I know you are enjoying your life. You’ve inspired me to start thinking about picking up my paintbrush again after seeing your art. What a multitalented person you are! Have a great day, and hopefully soon I can purchase one of your prints to enjoy the everyday magic you create on canvas! All the best, Eddie

  43. Your paintings are as ethereal and stunning as you are and have always been! You have always been one of my favorite actresses and I am so pleased to see that you have continued to bring more beauty and happiness to this planet with your art. I am going to buy a signed print, just cannot choose which one, yet!

  44. Dear Kim,

    It is Friday. April 18, 2014

    I just read an article today about your feelings in reacting to terribly insensitive comments from Donald Trump and other people on aging and cosmetic surgery. I am so sorry that their insulting brainless remarks were so hurtful. I thought their remarks were cheap and frankly quite cruel. Rightfully so, I applaud your strength to tell these crude people off.

    Thereafter, I visited your Art website. It is a stark contrast to the depth of yourself and I can easily see the depth of your sensitivity as a compassionate person. Art-wise, I really like the subject matter of your paintings and your technique!

    Every painting is done so well in expressing your innermost emotions and thoughts in a delightful “alive” manner! I love the depth of the multi-dimensional emotional planes that you illustrate so well in your paintings!

  45. Love your beautiful, warm hearted art work. Thank you for taking a stand against bullies. You are beautiful inside and out!

  46. Ms Novak you are such a talented painter and artist and a beautiful person……always thought of you in movies of years past as glamorous, gracious and a star worth watching….now to see these wonderful pieces of art – wow! you have my respect and hope that the world keeps cherishing that you are in it!

  47. This is a beautiful web sight. I did not know that you are such
    an amazing artist. (I design framing as a part time job).
    This will be my second note to you. I was your most faithful fan
    when I was a teenager and soooo exited to see you at the oscars.
    You looked amazing , a real insperation to those who sometimes
    struggle with ageing. My favorite movie as a teen was Picnic.
    must have see it 5 or 6 times. At the time everyone thought I
    look just like you. What fun that was to be stopped on the streets
    by other fans.
    I would ignore those coments from Trump. We all know what
    a jerk he is.!! My very best to you. Laurel O’Connors
    Venice, Florida

  48. [email protected] says:

    I have always felt, and still do, that you are one of the most beautiful and talented persons to come out of Hollywood. Your talent in films is undeniable, your beauty is timeless and your paintings are wonderful! I applaud and admire the courage you are exhibiting by standing up to the bullies. I am 54 and have long been the object of others entertainment and abuse. You continue to amaze and inspire. THANK YOU MS. NOVAK!!

  49. Hi Kim,
    First of all I wanted to tell you that I love your paintings. They are beautiful and that is coming from a daughter of an artist. I hope one day to have one of your prints. Secondly, I wanted to leave you a personal note. I saw that you were “bullied” at the Oscars. Hollywood has changed so much since you left it. Everything is now focused on youth and “what are you wearing?” Quality and class is definitely missing from today’s generation as well as GOOD MANNERS and RESPECT. You should have been treated as a Hollywood royal because that is what you are and your fans know it and love you for who you are inside and out. I actually thought to do what you did for your face. It is only logical to put fat back into your face when you start losing it and even if you hadn’t done it, you would have probably been picked on because of your age just like the rest of us who are over the age of 40. You are and will always be a wonderful and beautiful person and ignore those idiots. They have not lived in your shoes and achieved what you have achieved in your life time. You are one brave gutsy lady and I applaude you for who you are and my advice is to be true to yourself and keep going with your life. The negative feed backs are from those who are jealous and to be ignored.

  50. I love your paintings! Thank you for showing them on your web site. Don’t let the negative people get you down. Keep soaring higher and look within for your strength.
    With Love,
    Diane Calleson

  51. [email protected] says:

    Ms. Kim Novak, I am 71 years old, and you have always been my favorite actress, Picnic,Vertigo. There are many beautiful actresses throughout the years, but none have been as beautiful as you and Rhonda Flemming.
    Thanks for standing up to bullys, today in schools, it is a major issue everyday, especially cyberbullying.
    I never knew that you are an artist, your paintings are beautiful, my favorites are Vertigo and Self Portrait.
    Thanks for sharing

  52. Kim,
    I love these prints, colorful, bright, dark all true parts of you. We hope to see you at the TCM festival next years, if we can swing it and you make it.
    Kim you are a strong person, going into the public eye where you are looked at and every simple thing is a story for the tabs. Thanks sharing part of your self on this site. I better start saving now!
    John and Lisa from our small cabin in the Mtns of E. Tn.

  53. Beautiful work!
    Sensed much about you looking at each piece, your work seeming to display your deepest feelings, expressions and emotions. I find each piece mesmerizing. Even when watching your films I felt a mysterious persona in every part you played and now seeing your work, each gives me a sense of mystery, sadness and loneliness. I happened on this site from a comment regarding your appearance at the Oscars. Your art work is to me a look into your soul. I believe that’s why I enjoyed so much watching your films. Unfortunately, I am on social security and unable to purchase one of your paintings, and if I were able to afford one, I would have a difficult time deciding. Each reeks of heart and emotion. The Mountain Man is quite nice. He reminds me of “The Last America Man” Eustice Conway, who lives in South Carolina,Thank you so much for sharing.

  54. Your work shows so much sensibility, movement and emotions. You are truly gifted. Unfortunately, I cannot afford one of your pieces at this time but wanted to let you know how your work is appreciated. You are a beautiful soul!

  55. Ms. Novak –

    I applaud your courage to speak out. I am terribly sorry that you were wounded by careless, harsh words. Personally – I thought you looked so lovely on the Oscars, and even commented to my husband that you were still a striking beauty! The cruelness of this world sometimes leaves me speechless, but I continue to have faith in the human race. There is still beauty among us. I see it clearly as I view your incredible artwork. What a tremendous gift you have! I am going to budget some money each month to save up for a copy of one of your beautiful works.

    Peace and Love –
    Lori Ridder

  56. Ms Novak,
    Your paintings are just beautiful. I hope to order Horse Heaven next month. It will compliment my Conragen Wolves and Native American art beautifully.

    It was a wonderful treat to see you on the Academy Awards. You are still a very beautiful lady.

  57. I did not realize what a talented artist you are! Even though I cannot purchase any of your work, I will be back to this site to view your new art. Best of luck and please continue to express yourself.

  58. Your work is beautiful, as you are. I especially love They Danced Till Dawn. I have loved your films & now I love your art & poetry. Good for you beautiful lady.

  59. I decided to visit your website after I read your letter about the comments made about your appearance at the Oscars and at 81 you are georgeous. People are quick to judge our appearance and behavior. I have an autistic grandson that I have raised since he was 4 years old and many times people would criticized him for his action not knowing his condition.

    Your paintings are beautiful!

  60. Ms. Novak,
    I applaud you for taking a stand against bullying. I thought you looked beautiful at the Oscar ceremony. I love your paintings though they’re priced high for my budget. You obviously have a great talent and your portraits capture an inner essence not usually seen. Bless you for taking a stand and being the strong woman you have always been.

  61. I too have Bi Polar Disorder which took 25 years to diagnose. Thank goodness for proper medication, as it has changed my life. It is not understood by the public and due to poor news coverage, it is blamed for everything from crime sprees to killings. No one talks about the fact that most people can lead a normal life. I applaud you for striving to look your best, and I think you look beautiful! Your paintings are beautiful also

  62. Kim, I love your art work. It is fabulous….just as you are as an actress and a human being. Please, do not let the snide remarks of bullies inhibit you and keep you from public appearances. People can be so cruel and should be ashamed. I loved all of your films and now see that you are a talented artist as well. When I get enough money together, I plan on buying a print. I am proud of you for speaking up against what was done to you and Liza at the Oscars. I wish I had a meaningful enough voice to join you!!

    Sincerely,
    One of your Fans
    Michael

  63. I followed the link from your post on Yahoo about the bullying you endured. I was honestly hurt to read that. I am so sorry. You are a beauty inside and out. Your artwork is be beyond beautiful and inspirational. Your images and words speak to me. I am particularly fond of Reflections as I also am past the middle years thinking of myself as the once young girl trying to change the world. It has been a long road but I’m still trying to make a difference much like you. I will put money aside in and envelope marked Kim NovaK to someday return to purchase one of your inspiring works. Coming to your site first thing in the morning made my day. Thinking of you Kim, Indiana Dawn.

  64. Dear Kim Novak……..Your paintings are overwhelmingly thought-provoking. They are so beautiful. I had no idea your mind stretched so far beyond the movie screen. I spent an hour gazing at each painting on this website. What a perfect way to start my day. Thank you, dear lady.

  65. OMG… I wish I had talent like yours. once we find land to build our home I would love to get one of your painting. may you create more beautiful paintings.
    thank you for sharing your talent

  66. Dear Ms. Novak,

    I find some of your work just delightful. In particular, Tides of Humanity. As I am a poor yoga teacher, I’ll just have to enjoy it online.

    Read your recent reaction regarding derisive comments made by some about your appearance at the Oscars. I have to admit, that it took me by surprise how disrespectful and inhumane such criticism can be.

    Kudos to you for standing up to the likes of Trump and others for their shallowness and short sighted views. Never had the pleasure of meeting any celebrities, but it appears to me that anything Mr. Trump says about you is to be disregarded. People such as him are best ignored.

    Om, Peace, Amen

  67. I am a Mother of two boys, 5 & 7 yrs. & a Dietitian. I am into clay and have done tiles, bowls etc… Your art so beautifully reflects depth as well as real life, your perspective is full of love and is sensitive. There is a depth to your paintings, they made me cry. ALthough I can’t afford one right now, I will eventually get one. God bless, and so glad you stood up to the, “bullies,” your fortitude helped a lot of people!!!! Karen in Detroit

  68. Ms. Novak, I had no idea you had this much talent. I wish I could afford a couple of your prints. They Left Laughing is precious and poignant, also Reflections. Love them all. I have been told all my adult life that I look exactly like you except my eyes are blue. I have always been unbelievably flattered as you are a gorgeous woman (then and now). I admire your strength and choices for your life. You are a strong woman. May you remain happy, healthy and content. Please continue your painting…..

  69. I have always been a Fan of Kim Novak and have seen ALL of her movies. She still looks Fantastic! She did wonderfully well at the Oscars and I applaud her! She is still so beautiful. I, myself am a senior citizen. I Love her artwork. I live in Ohio, near Youngstown and plan on coming to see her work. I would love to buy a print, but I am on a fixed income. My husband and myself still watch all her movies whenever they are on TV. Kim was always my Favorite actress of all times! And now I see how very talented she is as an artist as well.

  70. The paintings have a haunting surreal feel to them. I love them as
    much as I enjoyed Miss Novak’s films. And at 81 years young
    you still look great. Have a blessed life till the end.

  71. I am not the highest caliber of art aficionado but I know what I like and I love the wistfulness and dreamlike quality of your paintings. The colors you blend so skillfully, the subject matter, as well as your titles just draw me in. Very, very nice. You have, indeed, cultivated a talent. Thank you so much for sharing some of your inner most feelings, dreams, and experiences with the world. God Bless.

  72. Ms. Novak:
    I just wanted to tell you that your artwork is beautiful and you have a true talent in my eyes. I pray blessings for you! You are awesome for stepping out and standing up for others!! May you be blessed and highly favored!!
    Angela Ruiz

  73. Dear Ms. Novak
    Your artwork is superb. Your colors fantastic! I too am a water colorist and we share the same birthdate which I find so interesting, I was born February 13, 1956 I am also a blonde. Glad to have something’s in common with one of my favorite actresses and now Artists as well. I am on Facebook and have done over 100 water colors which I have posted there. Would love to have you view it. If you do I am listed as DeborahFarmerNofsinger. Once again, I love your art, I love your acting and glad to share the same date of birth with you. Best of luck in all your continued endeavors.

  74. I want to look as good as you do when I am 81 (I am not that far behind you) and I love your paintings. I am also an Oregon resident and also every time I have to put down one of my cats because sickness and age it breaks my heart, I only wish that they could live as long as I do, so I know the pain you feel. Also to paint like you do would be a wish come true, my talent is loving my animals and cooking. God bless you and your family.

  75. Dear Ms. Novak, I just read your response to the ugly remarks about your appearance at the Oscars – and I say “kudos”!! It is truly sad that so many in society never think twice about the consequences of their words. And that every thought that runs through their head is “newsworthy” and at the very least should be tweeted, blogged, or emailed. I’m glad you respectfully and sincerely responded to such unkindness. . . . And most of all, it was a pleasure to see your artwork. I had no idea you were an artist. Your work is beautiful! Love the colors and especially the two with dogs in them and Deja Vu and When Winter Ends.
    Oh and vertigo was one of my favorite Hitchcock movies. . . . which is really kind of ironic. Because in the last year I’ve had 2 slight episodes of Vertigo – UGH! Wouldn’t wish it on my enemies :o) haha.

  76. I love your art work. I’m also a big fan of your movies. My favorite was and still is Bell Book and Candle. I’m glad you spoke out about the terrible things people have said about you. I think your beautiful. Please enjoy your life and thank you for sharing your many talents. I’m hoping to buy one of your prints as soon as I can.

  77. I love your paintings. I just wish I had the money to buy several of them. I want you to know how much I appreciate all the sacrifices that you have made over the years to entertain all of us, your fans. I think you are a very strong woman and still very beautiful inside and out. Again thank you for sharing your artistic gifts with us and bless you.

  78. Kim, your paintings take my breath away. I am so proud of you for standing up to the public, who were so critical of you. I have seen all of your movies, my favorite…”Picnic” with William Holden. You are one of my very favorite actors, and will always be beautiful to me.

  79. Hi Kim its Mariah Carol’s daughter I just wanted to say that I loved your paintings and I liked how creative you are with all your dancing trees and Iam starting to save up my money to buy one of your fabulous pictures love Mariah.

  80. Hey Kim,
    I was just noticing the other day while looking online at pictures of you that no one ever got it right as far as drawing you. They never captured you quite right although many gave it a good go. The drawings always seemed a little too harsh or they never got the lines right around the mouth so your expression was never quite right. Now I run across your ‘Self Portrait’ and I’ll be darn, it seems to me you are the one who got it right. I find that amazing! I love your style. I wish I could buy so many of them. Please keep this site going so I can visit often and maybe one day be able to purchase one of your works. It would be an honor to have a part of you in my home as I have admired you and all of your work for a lifetime now. Sincerely, -Teresa G.

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