This handsome rooster is perched on a wall, and is looking for a new home. He is bold, colorful and interesting. He has layers and layers of oils....would look great in a frame or just hanging as is. Contact Kay for more information on this guy. Thanks, Kay
I thought I was finished with this painting, but now that I look at it on my computer, I may need to go back in and add more color. The paint is very thick and chunky. I used impasto so that I could have lots of texture and it would dry quickly. I will post tomorrow any changes that I make on it in the studio. Thanks for looking.....Contact ME for more information on this painting. Kay
Last weekend Merriam and Blake went to a wedding reception and brought home one of the table decorations, a small silver bucket with a beautiful arrangement in it. I took it to the studio and set up a still life to paint. I loved the colors and variety of shapes of the flowers and greenery. This painting is drying at the studio, but is looking for a new home. Contact ME for more information on this painting, or any other painting posted here. Thanks, Kay
Ecstatic Day is framed in dark wood moulding with gold lip. This floral landscape is very painterly. The wildflowers are colorful and wandering through the field. I used a wide flat brush on this painting, and did not put lots of detail in it. Contact Kay for purchasing information. Thanks, KMW
Four Square is a large square canvas, with four rooster images painted with wide brush strokes. Each rooster is painted differently, as if they have their own personality and individuality. The close-up image below shows that there is an abstract quality to the images of these fun roosters. I amped up the color, and exaggerated the features on the fine feathered creatures.
Here is a closer look at the rooster in the top right corner of the painting. As you can see, there are layers of paint, ink and oil sticks on the canvas. Since this is on a gallery wrap canvas, a frame is optional. This contemporary rooster painting is looking for a new home...contact Kay if you are interested in this painting. Thanks, Kay
Empty Nest Waiting is framed up and hanging at Dutch Art Gallery in Dallas, Texas. I used a wide brush and my palette knife to create this contemporary nest painting. You can see the wide brushstrokes in the background...I didn't get fussy with it. I painted it, and left the paint so that the brush strokes were visible. The sticks and twigs of the nest are thick and textured. Thanks for looking at this blog.....Kay