Currently hanging at Dutch Art Gallery in Dallas, TX.
This painting has a vivd color palette and wide brush strokes on the canvas. This bison is looking through a fence...my inspiration was a photograph taken by Mark Malone somewhere in Northern New Mexico. The photograph was passed around, and three artists painted from the same photograph, with amazingly different results. That is what is so cool about art....if it is created from within yourself, it is totally yours....your art does not look like any other art out there. Thanks for viewing this blog and the art posted. If you want to contact me, firstname.lastname@example.org will do it! KMW
This 18" x 36" Gallery Wrap Canvas has the image of the pig coming off the canvas as if he was walking towards you. I used a very wide brush to apply the oils. His eyes are hidden by his big, floppy ears, but he could see, therefore the title, I See Everything. My inspiration for this painting was a pig that I photographed on a recent trip to Illinois. Thanks for viewing this blog and my art...Kay
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Bold brush strokes, bold colors and loose paint complete this contemporary painting. I enjoyed painting this one...I was exploring the "look" of a french country rooster with my own painterly spin on it. It all came together after I sectioned off the background colors. I had a plan, but did not know exactly how it would turn out. I did not want my colors to get muddy, so I did not over-paint. I put the brakes on and made every stroke count, trying not to go back into the paint once I laid a color in. I used three paint brushes, a wide flat, a small flat and a liner. I hope to get into the studio today and paint for ME!!! I have a huge commission coming up, and once I get started on that, I won't be painting any roosters. Thanks for viewing this blog and my art! KMW at 214-532-0325 or email@example.com
I had to paint this piggy that I saw scampering around at an Amish farm in Illinois a couple of weeks ago....he had a great shape, wonderful coloring, and ran around the farm with an attitude. I think he was in charge.....this pig was running loose, checking out the horses, cattle, and sheep. I don't know if he had broken out of his pen, but when he can running towards me I hopped back into the car. I wanted Piggy Wiggy on a square canvas because of his stockiness. It was intentional to have him painted off the canvas to imply his size and give interest to the painting. Thanks for viewing this blog and the art posted. Kay at 214-532-0325 or firstname.lastname@example.org
This is a fun and loose painting...when I started out, I had an idea in my mind of what I wanted the four images to be. The first thing I did was put out some neutral colors for the background. I usually use bright, bold colors so I had to keep telling myself that something neutral would make the roosters pop off the canvas. I used some ink to produce some lettering. I had five shades of grey ink that I used. Then I started with some lines and geometric shapes. Then the fun part.....I started with a wide brush and put in an outline on each rooster....I was afraid that I would over-paint this, so I forced myself to put the brushes down and go home. The next day I used a liner to suggest the details of each rooster...and I did not want each one to be the same....so, here you go. Quatro! This painting is drying in the studio right now...they are fun, colorful, bold and looking for a new home. Thanks for looking at this blog and my art. Kay at 214-532-0325 or email@example.com