Friday, July 28, 2017

Enchanting by Kay Wyne

36" x 36" Oil on Heavy Duty Gallery Wrap Canvas
Contemporary Palette Knife Painting
Currently hanging at Dutch Art Gallery in Dallas, Texas
Contact the gallery for purchasing information.
Thanks for looking, Kay

Thursday, July 27, 2017

Poppy Field Forever by Kay Wyne

Poppy Field Forever
16" x 20" Oil on RayMar Cotton Panel
Contemporary Floral Landscape
Contact Kay Wyne for more information on the
art posted on this blog.  Thanks for looking!

Wednesday, July 26, 2017

Fresh Pic by Kay Wyne

Fresh Pic
5" x 5" Oil on Panel
This tiny little panel has a lot of punch and energy.  I painted it quickly from a still life set up on the porch Up North.  Contact Kay Wyne for purchasing info.  Thanks so much for looking at my blog!  KMW

Tuesday, July 25, 2017

Color My World - Sold - by Kay Wyne

Color My World
14" x 10" Oil on Canvas Panel
Contemporary Palette Knife Painting
Colorful and textural describe this contemporary floral landscape painting.  Thank you to Lee Small of Lee Small Fine Art for closing the sale on this small palette knife painting.  I can't wait to see it all framed up and hanging in its new home!  I am getting ready to spend my days in the studio - we are back from Up North.  Thanks for looking at my blog.  Kay

Monday, July 24, 2017

Nest of Five by Kay Wyne - Sold

Nest of Five Eggs
14" x 18" Oil on Canvas
Framed in Pewter/Silver Moulding
Thank you to Lee Small Fine Art for closing the sale.
Thanks for looking...Kay Wyne

Sunday, July 23, 2017

Wandering Through by Kay Wyne

Wandering Through
48" x 60" Oil on Gallery Wrap Canvas 
Contemporary Floral Landscape
Contact Kay Wyne for purchasing info.
Thanks, KMW

Thursday, July 20, 2017

Abstract - Untitled by Kay Wyne


48" x 60" 

60" x 48"

I painted this abstract on a 48" x 60" Gallery Wrap Canvas.  It can hang vertically or horizontally.  I painted it horizontally until the last day, and at the point I turned it on it's side to reach some canvas that needed some detail and brushstrokes headed in another direction.  Turning the canvas on all four sides gives the viewer some options on hanging...

This painting started out as a landscape with a horizon line and colorful land bars.  Once my wide lines and shape started to take place, it began to look and feel like a stream of water with fish swimming upstream.  I concentrated on my color palette from the get-go, wanting pleasant and beautiful colors.  I mixed everything...nothing is straight out of a tube.  This painting is drying at the studio.  It isn't titled right now....although "Upstream" might be a good choice.  The sides of the canvas are painted with a dark vulcan grey, and framing is not necessary.  Contact Kay Wyne for more information on this contemporary abstract painting.  Kay