I just completed this painting after working on it for a couple of weeks. Normally, I like to start and finish a painting in one or two sessions. Although this painting started out with broad, loose swaths of color, it began to suggest flower forms and I decided to go along with it. Someone mentioned that it looks like a Matisse and in some ways I agree that there are some similar qualities. Defining the abstract shapes without turning the painting into a literal floral was difficult for me. I have a fear of letting the work become too tight and contrived.
Original 8x10 painting on heavy watercolor paper. This painting will fit a standard 8x10 frame, or may be matted and framed to a larger size. It is shipped with a mat. To purchase, contact Kimberly at firstname.lastname@example.org
Mark Webster - Foothill Barn Landscape - Grayscale Landscape Painting - 5x7" Landscape Painting - Daily Painting Blog. 5x7" Oil on Gessoed Masonite Artist Panel. To view more paintings visit http://blog.websterwebart.com/ or http://markadamwebster.com/. Price:$99.00FREE U.S. SHIPPING
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Well, here we go...the dog days of summer are here. The end of summer. And my youngest pup is leaving for college on Thursday. Hmmm...I have prepared for this. Really, I have. My living room is piled with her stuff to feather her new nest; her really soft blanket (that I'm not allowed to wash because it will lose it's smell of home), her John Lennon poster (she's an old hippie at heart), her red cowboy boots and endless bits of advice, warnings and encouragement. I've had so many moments of feeling certain that I've forgotten to teach her something of monumental importance. And then what will happen? Well, as she has assured me (several times) she will figure it out on her own. Wait a minute--does that mean I've just been given the pink slip?
Well, Cameron Eliza, follow your passion, spread your wings and keep your paws planted firmly on the ground. And don't forget to howl at the moon once in a while!
Original 8x10 painting on heavy watercolor paper. This painting will fit a standard 8x10 frame, or may be matted and framed to a larger size. It is shipped with an 11x14 mat.To purchase, contact Kimberly at email@example.com Visit my Website: www.kimberlyconradfineart.com
"Betsy's Sunflowers" 10x10 oil on gallery-wrapped canvas
This is a piece I painted on location at the Lyon's Farmette in Lyons, Colorado, for the Boulder County Plein Air Show, Sunday, September 12. If the piece doesn't sell at the show, it will be available on my website.
Abstract Futurism - Man of the Future Playing Poker - Black and White Grayscale Toned Painting - Daily Painting Blog - Original Oil and Acrylic Artwork by Artist Mark Webster. 20x16" Oil on Canvas. To view more paintings visit http://blog.websterwebart.com/ or http://markadamwebster.com/.
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I was able to get a FULL day of colorful painting in yesterday. It was great. I worked on several pieces, and started this palette knife painting. It is very wet and I polished of several tubes of paint since I was applying it very thick, giving it texture. I even used some of Carol and Sharon's left-over paint from their palette. I had a request from daughter Lindsay for a colorful abstract. Lindsay and Wes will probably hang this above the sofa in their cute little apartment in Lakewood after they get married. She liked the contemporary painting, "Color My Trees" which is hanging at Dutch Art Gallery now. Of course no two paintings are the same, but I started using the same concept on this painting as I did with "Color My Trees". I can't wait to work on this one today. All of these colors are bright, intense and happy. I hope that you have a colorful and artful day. Thanks for viewing this blog.
Original 11x14 painting on 140 lb watercolor paper. This painting will fit a standard 11x14 frame, or may be matted and framed to a larger size. To purchase, contact Kimberly at firstname.lastname@example.org Visit my Website:www.KimberlyConradFineArt.com
The problem with not posting regularly is that one gets even more lazy! So I guess I'll be playing catch-up for a while. This drying right now. I'd started this painting a couple of years ago but handing really gotten the colors right but now that time has passed and looking at it with fresh eyes - the colors came to life...I title this unravel because the center motif looks like a knot that is unraveling. This is a larger painting for me.