The Agony Of Loss

Kim Lockman


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Columbia, IL - United States

I just watched this movie recently for the 5th time, this image captures what the movie was all about. Nicely done!

New York, NY - United States

I just wanted to let you know this painting has touched me much in the same way this movie scene does! I am taking art appreciating in college and I am writing a paper on my favorite work of art and I chose this!:)

Singapore - Singapore


Bellefontaine, OH - United States

Stunning work, Kim...truly...makes me want to cry like I did in that movie theater so long ago!!

Belt, MT - United States

Thanks so much!

Philadelphia, PA - United States

Congrats on your Sale!

Los Angeles, CA - United States

Nice capture Kim ... great Star Trek movie, too.

Merritt Island, Fl - United States

Congratulations on your sale. You achieved so much emotion! Very nice.

Bronx, NY - United States


Virginia Beach, Va - United States

Congrats on your sale!

Voorhees, NJ - United States

Excellent painting! Congrats on your sale! v -Kim

Corona, CA - United States

This is amazing work!!

San Diego, CA - United States

Congratulations too from San Diego.

B.S., MO - United States

Congrats to you on your sale! :)

Budapest, H - Hungary

Congratulations on your sale.

Mesa, AZ - United States


Belt, MT - United States

thanks so much! The two scenes from The Wrath of Khan were exercises in really 'capturing' strong emotion for me. I was very proud of them and thankful that they have touched so many others.

Pune, Ma - India


Seattle, WA - United States

Truly love what you have been able to achieve here. Gotta love those Star Trek episodes. Congrats on your sale.

Belt, MT - United States

The two scenes I painted from WOK are extremely emotional for me and were very challenging to really CAPTURE the pain in the faces (especially Kirks). They are two of my most favorite paintings because of the emotion. Thanks for the comments, Chris!

Fresno, CA - United States

"I am, and always will be your friend" It has been nearly thirty years since Wrath of Kahn came out and this scene still affects me. Very touching!

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