This palette knife painting has gone through many changes, with layers and layers of color. I moved and pushed the paint around, changed the colors, changed the horizon line and the path. It was a misty and moody day in Dallas...and I saw alot of the greys, lavenders and the start of spring green when I painted this. It has an impressionistic feel to it. I don't know how long it will take to dry, even with the impasto.....but I think it will look nice framed up. Contact Kay for more information on this painting. Thanks for looking at this blog.....Kay
Contemporary Landscape Painting Frame is optional.
Inspired by the beautiful turquoise skies of New Mexico, this painting has beautiful billowy clouds moving across the canvas. The clouds are full of lavender, pink, coral, lemon, and grey. I like to sit and watch the clouds move across the sky---and pareidolia takes over, as I see random images and patterns. Looking at my reference photographs is always fun when I can capture something new and different with the camera. I wanted to capture the fast moving clouds on canvas in this painting. Thanks for looking at my art....Kay
Most everyone in Lake Highlands know George, the beautiful rooster at the local hardware store. This painting of George was a painting demonstration at Dutch Art Gallery in Dallas, Texas. George modeled in the gallery and then got tired of it all, so I had to work quickly. This painting is hanging at the gallery...contact owner Pam Massar for more info. Thanks for looking at this blog. Kay