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
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
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
Inspired by the beautiful garden setting at Stonehedge Gift and Garden, this small panel has a new home! Up North! Thanks for looking at my blog...contact ME for moe information on any of my paintings. KMW
This painting was given to one of my collectors...since he lives Up North, I thought that the contemporary birch trees would be the perfect subject matter for his home or condo. Stand Tall is a palette knife painting with dynamic color and texture. It's always great to see my paintings after they leave my studio. Here is a pic of Jim with "Herself".
It was hard to get a good pic of the commissioned piece because the outside light shining into the living space was so bright. Here you can see Round Lake through the window. What a beautiful setting---my paintings look fabulous in Jim's condo!
Thanks for looking at my blog...If you would like more information on my art or a commissioned work of art, please contact ME. Thanks, Kay
Beautiful colors, texture, and thick oil paints cover this large canvas. Using my palette knife, I mixed huge amounts of paint and started moving it around on the canvas creating this impressionist landscape. This painting is available for purchase. Contact Kay Wyne for more information on this painting! Thanks for looking at my blog. KMW
Layers and layers of paint are woven into this nest. I really enjoyed painting on this canvas with the wide range of transparent oils, then the opaques. The earthy colors are harmonious and compliment each other. This painting is ready for a new home! Contact Kay Wyne for purchasing info. Thanks for looking at my blog! KMW
The colors are glowing and vibrating on this canvas panel. The flowers in the foreground are bold and textured. The palette knife was used to get that effect. Contact Kay Wyne for purchasing info. Thanks for looking.....Kay
Hydrangeas in a vase...a simple but beautiful subject to paint. The underpainting of coral and pink show through, as I wanted the arrangement to be light and airy. This painting is available ---- contact Kay Wyne for more information on this painting. Thanks for looking...Kay
Fresh Roses....grown by one of our neighbors at the cottage. They are absolutely beautiful, and I could not resist painting them. This small panel can be propped up on an easel or framed up. Contact Kay Wyne for more information on this small still life.
I just finished my first cacti painting! This painting was inspired from a photograph taken by Sequanota friend, Martha T., who was in Tucson and caught a dynamic photograph of a blooming cactus. The moment I saw the photograph, I wanted to paint my version of the colorful, spiney, and wild cactus. I put layers and layers of darks in before I started with the lighter colors. It was fun putting in the needles and colorful blooms. I cropped and focused in on the cacti, giving the painting an abstract feel. Thank you, Martha for letting me use your photo. This painting is drying in the studio. Contact Kay Wyne for more info on this painting. Kay p.s. here is the photo that Martha took!