Contemporary Palette Knife Painting Here are the two canvases together:
Persuasion I & Persuasion II
Diptych 48" x 48" Oil on Gallery Wrap Canvas
Using a palette knife to apply the layers of oil paints, this abstract was created with color and movement in mind. The shapes of color overlap each other, and the oils blended into each other. Greys, violets, magenta, pinks, corals, greens, and tangerine are the colors in this contemporary abstract. The colors float across the canvas. The paintings can be hung separately, or as a diptych. Contact Kay Wyne for purchasing information. Thanks, KMW
Untitled....because it hasn't hit me yet as to what to name this painting. I have been thinking about it, but for now it is Untitled. I started this painting back in June, then left for Michigan for three weeks. When I returned I had forgotten how far I had painted, and that I really didn't have far to go to finish. I was able to work on it and put the finishing touches on it last week.
This canvas is a new size for me...I placed two of these vertically on my easel and painted abstracts. The second one will be posted tomorrow, and you will see that each canvas can stand alone, or be shown together. Currently, they are drying in the studio. Thanks for looking at my blog.....Kay
Here is my set-up in the studio. Traveling Chicken enjoyed the studio time...and was able to escape the brutal Texas July heat. Traveling Chicken is ready to travel on to Ohio this week. It was fun having Traveling Chicken meet some of my studio mates and get to know a few of my chickens. Contact Kay Wyne for more information on this fun painting. Thanks, Kay
Carefree 40" x 30" Oil on Gallery Wrap Canvas Contemporary Abstract Painting
Carefree was painted in the studio with a palette knife, wide flat brush, oil paints and oil sticks. I started with a plan, and threw it out the window once I mixed my colors and started painting. The shapes and lines move across the canvas with variation, looseness and freedom. Here is a close-up of the painting, and you can see the palette knife work gives the paint texture and interest.
This painting is drying in the studio. If you have any comments or questions...contact ME. Thanks for looking at this blog.....Kay
Looking at this painting reminds me how much fun I have painting flowers. I think I will go to the store and get a fresh bouquet to paint in the studio this week. This painting is hanging at Dutch Art Gallery in Dallas, Texas. Contact ME for more information on my art. Thanks, KMW