This contemporary floral is sold. It is a 24" x 24" oil on gallery wrap canvas. My inspiration for this painting was a beautiful floral arrangement that was sent to my daughter, Lindsay. Of course I had to jazz up the colors, and simplified the still life arrangement on the canvas. Thanks for viewing....Kay
This large diptych is hanging in a collector's living room...the room has a very high vaulted ceilings, with paneled walls. Each panel is 36" x 72", filling the walls and giving the room color. I just put a final coat of varnish on the canvas, giving it a nice finish. Thanks for viewing, Kay
This abstract is a detour from my usual color palette. It has thick textured strokes of oil paint moving across the canvas. Please contact Kay if you are interested in this painting. Have a great day! Kay at email@example.com or 214-532-0325.
This palette knife painting has greys, blues, violets, reds and ochres bouncing around the white aspen trees. There is texture on this canvas because I used the palette knife and lots of paint. I am starting a new series at the studio, and with this downpour that we are having in Dallas, I will be held-up in the studio all day. Thanks for viewing...Kay
This contemporary abstract aspen painting is signed and drying at the studio. I used wide brush strokes, the palette knife and lots of paint on the canvas. I have been busy shipping paintings to Stoneheart Gallerylocated in Evergreen, Colorado. I am thrilled that Julianne Miller will be carrying my aspen paintings in the gallery. Thanks for viewing, and have a great day. Kay
This is a donation for Alley's House annual fundraiser. It is a contemporary abstract on a 24" x 24" gallery wrap canvas. I used thick, juicy oils and applied them with wide brushes and palette knives. It is always good to give to good causes, and I hope that this one brings in some money for Alley's House and that this painting gets a new home!
This painting is almost dry...it has many shades of blues, oranges, reds, and yellow. The abstract aspens have thick paint applied, giving it texture. Thanks for viewing!!! Have an artful day....Kay Wyne
This painting is finished, signed and drying at the studio. I used some new colors, hoping that the mix of turquoise, cobalt would contrast with the yellows, ochres and oranges. The trees and falling leaves have lots of texture. This painting may be going on a trip....it needs a new home. Please contact me if you are interested in this painting or any of my art that you see on this blog.
This painting was shipped to Colorado yesterday. It would like really nice with a pewter/plein air moulding. I tried framing it in a black moulding and it was too much. Too much contrast between the painting and the frame. I used a different color palette on this painting...much more yellows and greens than normal. Thanks for looking at this blog. Kay
Here is a vertical format....I usually go with square or horizontal gallery wrap canvases. It is drying above our sofa in the den. It should be ready to ship this week. I hope to get a full day of painting in at the studio today. Have an artful day....Kay
This contemporary aspen painting is almost dry. I used the palette knife on the trees and falling leaves, so there is a lot of texture on the canvas. This original oil painting is colorful and interesting. The 12" x 24" canvas is perfect for a long narrow wall space in a home or office. Please contact Kay if you are interested in this painting at 214-532-0325. Thanks for looking at this blog...Kay
Wandering is sold! Thanks to Adieb Khadoure and his staff in Santa Fe for making this sale and two other paintings for the month of December. I have more aspens on the easel, just waiting for layers to dry so that I can move on to another layer of oils. Thanks for viewing this blog. Kay
This is a 30" x 48" gallery wrap canvas. I am experimenting with some new color combinations on this abstract painting. I plan on working on the darks darker and the lights lighter today. I will get the palette knife out and really lay on the layers of paint now that I have the background and trees in. More tomorrow.....thanks for looking at this blog. Kay
I finished this abstract painting today....I had to have some color going inside the studio since it was gloomy, grey and rainy outside in Dallas. We needed the rain, but I missed the sunshine. This painting is drying on my easel. Please contact me if you are interested in this painting or any of the other pieces that I have posted. I had a great day at the studio! Kay
I revisited this painting yesterday and added some texture. The collector wanted some more falling leaves on this painting, and I was happy to add them. Thank you, Linda for visiting me at the studio and purchasing this painting. I am thrilled that it is going to a new home in Dallas. I have a habit of immediately starting a new painting when I complete one, so yesterday I worked on two new aspen paintings. I also have two race horse and a dragon fly painting in the works. And a rooster! Thanks for viewing this blog. Kay
This contemporary abstract has evolved...it started out as a piece for my dragonfly series, but the dragonfly got lost in the color, lines and texture. I used the palette knife, several different brushes and oil pastel sticks on the heavy duty canvas. The piece is titled, "Unpredictable" because I had a plan when I started this painting, but I made some unpredictable moves on the canvas. Thanks for viewing.....Kay at 214-532-0325 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
This painting was inspired by a photograph that I took at the Lone Star Race Track in Grand Prairie, Texas. It was a very warm and sunny day, and all of the jockeys in colorful jerseys really caught my eye. There were seven horses out of the gate on this race, but I decided to focus on two horses for this painting. I had the starting gates painted in, but decided that the background needed to leave more to the imagination of the viewer's eye. I did not want to give away too much information. So, I focused on the horses and the energy on the track. I used wide brushes, oil pastels sticks and the palette knife.
Close-up. This painting is too wet to move off the easel. I will take a better photograph of it in natural light once it dries. Thanks for looking at my art.....Kay at 214-532-0325
"Bubba In A Tub" is getting ready to move.....this contemporary cow was sold to a collector in Iowa. Thank you, Brian!!! I am thrilled that Bubba has a new home and will ship him out today. I have been busy taking inventory and working on the dreaded books for 2011. Paperwork, bookkeeping and records are challenging for me....my least favorite thing about being an artist. Thanks for viewing...I hope to finish up a painting today that has been on the easel for a week....I am real excited about it. Kay