Loony 24" x 24" Oil and Oil Stick on Canvas Contemporary Abstract
At first glance, you might think that there isn't any color on this canvas. But shades and color shifts of greys, whites, charcoals and blue make up the color palette in this painting. Using brushes, palette knives, oil paints and oil sticks, I created this abstract in the studio over the past month. Contact Kay for more info or comments. Thanks for looking at my blog....KMW
Zany 24" x 24" Oil on Canvas Contemporary Abstract
Using oil paints and oil sticks, I created this abstract over a dozen painting sessions. I moved and pushed the thick paint around and explored what I could do with the oil sticks. This painting is drying in the studio...Contact Kay for more info on this abstract painting. Thanks, Kay
Exploring different color combinations with my oils and oil bars was fun on this square canvas. Shapes and lines came together to form an abstract still life. This painting is drying in the studio, and I would like to frame it up...dress it up. Contact Kay for more info on this painting or any other paintings posted on this blog. Thanks for looking, KMW
Thank you to Pam Massar of Dutch Art Gallery for placing this painting with a collector. I remember painting this still life, using John's beautiful roses. Thanks for looking at my blog! Have an artful day. KMW
Lots of movement in the brush strokes and colors for this canvas. The colors are jumping from one place to another...with interesting shapes appearing. This contemporary abstract is available for sale. Contact Kay for more information. Thanks for looking at my blog! KMW
Thank you to Lee Small of Lee Small Fine Art for placing this painting with a collector in San Francisco. I am thrilled that this painting will be in a beautiful home surrounded by some of my other paintings. I have started a new abstract series...and will start posting those paintings tomorrow. Thanks for looking at my blog. Contact Kay for more info. KMW
This scene is a beautiful pasture with the hills in the background in Wimberley, Texas. It was a warm and sunny day, so I quickly set up my easel and started layering the paint. This clouds were moving, and it was so windy that I lost my panel to the ground. Once I started mixing my colors I added some impasto so that the paint would dry faster. My next painting will be down at the Blanco River. This painting is drying, and is available for purchase. Contact Kay for more info. Thanks for looking...KMW
These company pieces are fun, colorful and textural. There are layers and layers of paint, lines and palette knife work. Posey I and Posey II can be sold separately or together...whatever works for your wall space! Thanks for looking at my blog. Have an artful day! Kay
Palette knife work and loose brush strokes were used to apply beautiful shades of yellow, pink and lavender to create "Roses Galore". Contact Kay for more info on this painting or any of the other works posted. Happy Mother's Day to all the great Moms out there! KMW
This canvas has been through several phases, numerous painting sessions, and has changed so much from start to finish. Chunks of color, lines and shapes fill the canvas to make this abstract fun, whimsical and vibrant. It is currently drying in the studio! Contact Kay for more info. Have a great day...KMW
Sitting on the dock is a great past time, and my inspiration for this painting came from the water and docked boats Up North last summer. The Michigan blues are beautiful, and I found a great group of boats pulled up to the dock on a warm July afternoon. This painting is available for purchase, with framing as an option. All four sides of the canvas are painted, so it is ready to hang! Contact Kay for more info. Thanks, KMW
A big sky, fast moving clouds and whips wheat fields in a warm summer day. That's what I was imagining when I painted this contemporary landscape. The layers of paint are thick, and the brushstrokes can be seen up close. This painting is available for purchase. Contact Kay for more info. Thanks for looking at this blog! KMW
In honor of the Kentucky Derby, I am posting this race horse painting! "The Race Is On" has clean lines, wonderful color and great subject matter. This painting is ready to hang in a home or office setting. Contact Kay for purchasing info. Have a great Derby Day! Kay
Painting familiar places in Dallas is fun for me, and this location is very close to our home. This bridge is located at White Rock Lake. I drove over to the lake one morning and liked the layers of grass that surrounded the bridge that carries many bikers, walkers and runners. After photographing the bridge, I went straight to the studio, wanting to capture the beauty of the lake. The layers paint were applied with a palette knife, giving the canvas texture. Contact Kay for more information on "The Bridge". Thanks for looking at my blog. KMW
Hip, Hip, Hooray! is varnished and dry---and looking for a new home. This is a fun painting.
I mixed and mixed my colors in stages over several days as I have about 6 layers of paint on this vertical canvas. I wanted the colors and shapes to change in size, shape and value as the eye wanders over the canvas. The colors are very pleasant to the eye, as they are harmonious, even though I was mixing and mixing...and not matching piles of color.
I give a big shout out to Interior Designer Lee Small, as she saw a photo of this painting and her response was, "Hip, Hip, Hooray!". That grabbed me. I asked her if I could use that for the title. Of course she smiled, and said "yes", and she also told me it reminded her of the crowd at a TCU football game.
What do you see when you look at this painting? I would be interested, because I saw a wildflower field when I was painting it. My imagination took over and I focused on the act of painting and the color relationship through this painting journey. I enjoyed it all the way! Thanks for looking at this blog! Contact Kay for more info. Kay
Soft, muted colors make this abstract a very calm and quiet painting. I was experimenting with some new color combos on this one. Actually, I painted over a landscape painting that I really didn't think was very good. So there are some colors from the underpainting that peak through. I like the cool greens, greys and grey-lavenders. The touches of pink give it a little punch. This painting is ready to hang---framing is optional because the sides are painted a warm grey. Contact Kay Wyne for purchasing info. Kay