Saturday, March 25, 2017

Palette Knife Aspen Tree Impressionist Landscape Painting “Colorado Majesty” by Colorado Impressionist Judith Babcock

 FRESH OFF THE EASEL...

 18"x14"x1.5" Oil on Canvas /Available

 Original Palette Knife Flower Painting

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   Judith Babcock Fine Art Gallery
   Boarding House studio Galleries
   220 East 7th Ave, Studio #2
   Denver, Co 80203
   By Appointment: lododuo@aol.com
                                  303.669.6353


Barbara Haviland, Texas Artist, Red Truck, vehicle, oils on canvas, framed

©Barbara Haviland  Barb's Garden 2014

 Red Truck
Medium oils on canvas
Size  8"x 8"
 by Artist Barbara Haviland

This red truck was done for a daily challenge on Dailypaintworks. The painting is signed and framed by Artist Barbara Haviland
BarbaraHavilandFineArt.com
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Friday, March 24, 2017

Wildlife Bird Art Painting "Cygnus" by Contemporary Animal Artist Patricia A. Griffin


 36"x36" Oil on Linen

 Click HERE for pricing.

 PRINTS are available HERE

 10% of the profits from each painting are donated to Conservation.

 View more of my work at http://www.griffingallery.org


 Click HERE to learn about Artists for Conservation.

Dancing Trees, New Contemporary Landscape Painting by Sheri Jones

Dancing Trees 
24x30 oil on canvas
This was created in the studio from a small study. The original scene was pretty drab and colorless. The trees were full of action and movement and I knew I had to go big on this one. I jazzed it up with cool colors thru layer and layer of paint. 
This is available for purchase.
Please email me if you are interested.
Thank you for viewing my art.

Sheri Jones Sheri@sheriart.net http://www.sheriart.net http://www.sheriart.blogspot.com

New "Visions of Blue III" Palette Knife Bluebonnet Painting by Texas Artist Niki Gulley


"Visions of Blue III," Texas Hill Country ©2017 Niki Gulley
24" x 12" textured oil painting

I painted these Texas Bluebonnets and wildflowers with extremely thick oil paint and palette knives to achieve depth and texture. The resulting image comes to life and is loaded with color and energy. In this vertical wildflower series, I've framed the paintings in espresso floater frames so that you can still see the textured oil paint continuing around the edges of the canvas. These Texas wildflowers look great hung alone or in a grouping with the rest of the "Visions of Blue" series, too!


For more information on my "Visions of Blue" series and more of my Texas hill country landscape paintings, please see my new works at the Good Art Company Gallery in Fredericksburg, goodartcompany.com/gac/.

To see more of Niki Gulley's textured landscape paintings please check out NikiGulley.com,

E-mail Niki Gulley for more information on her Texas bluebonnet and wildflower paintings.

Docked Boat at Sunset.oils on canvas ,painting,Barbara Haviland

©Barbara Haviland  Barb's Garden 2014
Docked Boat at Sunset 
Medium oils on canvas
Size  8"x 8"
 by Artist Barbara Haviland
Description of painting and info.

BarbaraHavilandFineArt.com
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Barn Landscape Painting, Small Oil Painting, Daily Painting, Textured Painting, 9x12" Oil Painting

Barn Landscape Painting.

When my Pieces of 8 art buddies were visiting me, in my mountain condo, we left our paints at home.  We still had plenty to do!

Each day we would venture out, with our cameras in hand.  One day we drove through the countryside, looking for rustic barns.

Purchase here
 We found plenty to choose from.






On this painting, I used a combination of brushwork and knifework.  I concentrated on color relationships and texture.

I so enjoy fall in the mountains and wanted to share some of the sights of the season.

Thanks for viewing my blog today!

Carol Schiff

Thursday, March 23, 2017

Palette Knife Colorado Landscape Painting "Prairie View" by Colorado Impressionist Judith Babcock



      9"x12" Palette Knife Oil Landscape Painting

      $275.00/ Click HERE to purchase.

      Original Palette Knife Landscape Painting

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      My daily blog: http://judithbabcockartist.blogspot.com


   Judith Babcock Fine Art Gallery
   Boarding House studio Galleries
   220 East 7th Ave, Studio #2
   Denver, Co 80203
   By Appointment: lododuo@aol.com
                                  303.669.6353


'last light of the sanges - new mexico' original oil landscape by artist dawn chandler



last light of the sangres - new mexico
by santa fe artist dawn chandler



Last Light of the Sangres - New Mexico

by Dawn Chandler



oil on panel

12” x 12” x .50” 


This painting is available — make it yourshere

 

To view more paintings by Santa Fe artist Dawn Chandler, contact her via her online gallery at www.taosdawn.com or www.dawnchandler.com

Wednesday, March 22, 2017

Colorful Contemporary Wildlife Art, Bear Painting "Hustler" by Contemporary Animal Artist Patricia A. Griffin


 Click HERE for pricing.

 Prints of this painting are available HERE

 10% of the profits from each painting are donated to Conservation.

 View more of my work at http://www.griffingallery.org


 Click HERE to learn about Artists for Conservation.

Female Watercolor Modern Art Portrait Painting "Nita" by Colorado Artist Kit Hedman

9.5x7.5 Watercolor on Paper/Available

 $150.00 Click HERE to purchase.

 Visit http://KitHedmanModernArt.com to view more of my paintings.

Jimmy Longacre_subjective realist landscape paintings_ TELLING ONE STORY -- THE BIG PICTURE

It takes many of us a lot of painting experience to begin to realize that good painting needs a clear concept of what we're trying to do.  There are so many fundamental things about painting we need to understand and put into our work that it's easy to get lost and overwhelmed long the way.  With consistent effort we move from plateau to plateau, and without a burning desire to "get there" we  would surely give up.  Too many disappointments and failures.  

The thing that has helped me the most to keep on keeping on is the realization that all our technical skills begin to come together as we use them to express one clear idea.  Excellent rendering ability alone won't do it.  Learning the rules of perspective won't do it.  Understanding how color works, and any number of other individual skills won't get us there.  Composition and design remain arcane mysteries wrapped up in too many "do's and don'ts" until we begin to see what it is that drives the whole process.

So, what is it that puts us on the track of really enjoying making our own paintings?  I'd say it's wrapped up in doing everything we can to emphasize one clearly seen and felt idea about our subject.  Until then, we are spending our energy on external motivations and rules and frustrations.  Trying to approximate the look of the paintings of artist's whose work we admire while wrestling with problems that in and of themselves can't assure successful paintings.

However, surprisingly, once we learn to clearly identify what one thing we're trying to emphasize about our chosen subject, the "what for" of whatever skills we have take on purpose and meaning in our efforts.  The fun begins, and our power starts to grow.  Our own work begins to interest us.  Even our beginning, rudimentary efforts begin to produce interesting results when we know what we're trying to do.   I want to say more about this in my following posts.
  
RUST & FADED PAINT
©Jimmy Longacre 2017
9x12 oil on canvas panel

Jimmy Longacre
subjective realist landscape paintings


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Tulip Magnolia Blooms, New Contemporary Landscape Painting by Sheri Jones

Tulip Magnolia Blooms
14x7 Oil on canvas

I love seeing these early blooms and are usually looking for them.  There are several in the Ft Worth Botanical Gardens that I paint during my lunch hour. I usually get a good start and finish up in the studio.

This is available for purchase.
Please email me if interested.
Thank you for viewing my art.
Sheri@sheriart.net
Http://www.sheriart.net
Http://www.sheriart.blogspot.com
Sheri Jones

New "Visions of Blue II" Palette Knife Bluebonnet Painting by Texas Artist Niki Gulley


"Visions of Blue II," Texas Hill Country ©2017 Niki Gulley
24" x 12" textured oil painting

I painted these Texas Bluebonnets and Indian Paintbrush with extremely thick oil paint and palette knives to achieve depth and texture. The resulting image comes to life and is loaded with color and energy. In this vertical wildflower series, I've framed the paintings in espresso floater frames so that you can still see the textured oil paint continuing around the edges of the canvas. These Texas wildflowers look great hung alone or in a grouping with the rest of the "Visions of Blue" series, too!


For more information on my "Visions of Blue" series and more of my Texas hill country landscape paintings, please see my new works at the Good Art Company Gallery in Fredericksburg, goodartcompany.com/gac/.

To see more of Niki Gulley's textured landscape paintings please check out NikiGulley.com,

E-mail Niki Gulley for more information on her Texas bluebonnet and wildflower paintings.

Tuesday, March 21, 2017

Original Palette Knife Abstract Horse Painting "Neigh Neighs Three" by Colorado Impressionist Judith Babcock


Original Palette Knife Painting

15"x30" Oil on Canvas/Available

 Click HERE for pricing.

       JudithBabcockFineArt.com
       JudithBabcock.com



  Judith Babcock Fine Art Gallery
  Boarding House studio Galleries
  220 East 7th Ave, Studio #2
  Denver, Co 80203
  By Appointment: lododuo@aol.com
                                  303.669.6353


Mountain Landscape Oil Painting, “Red Rock Canyon“ by Colorado Artist Susan Fowler


FRESH OFF THE EASEL...


18"x24" Oil on Canvas/sold

Commissions Welcome!

To view more of my work, visit http://SusanFowlerArtist.com



Save the Date.....

Susan Fowler-Exhibit
"Flowers From my Garden"
April 21st - May15th


Artist Reception April 21, 5:00-8:00 p.m.
Commonwheel Artists Co-Op
102 Canon Ave.
Manitou Springs, CO
80829








Autumn Stream , landscape,oils on canvas, Barbara Haviland, Texas Landscape Artist

©Barbara Haviland  Barb's Garden 2014
Autumn is done in oils on ca 11"x14" stretched canvas. I did the painting from photos. I love the autumn colors. I did use the palette knife to put texture in the foliage. The painting is signed.
Autumn Stream 
Medium oils on canvas
Size 11"x14"
 by Artist Barbara Haviland
Click to purchase BarbaraHavilandFineArt.com

Monday, March 20, 2017

Colorful Contemporary Wildlife Art, Cat Painting "Seeker" by Contemporary Animal Artist Patricia A. Griffin

 FRESH OFF THE EASEL....

 40"x30" Oil on Linen

 Click HERE for pricing.

 View more of my work at http://www.griffingallery.org


 Click HERE to learn about Artists for Conservation.

Fine Art Photography “Grass Man” by Colorado Photographer Kit Hedman



Prints available in multiple sizes HERE

Visit http://kithedmanmodernart.com to view more of my paintings.

 Visit http://kithedmanfineartphotography.com to view my photography


   Hedman Photography
   Boarding House studio Galleries
   220 East 7th Ave
   Denver, Co 80203

'morning on nambe lake (above santa fe)' oil landscape painting by dawn chandler



morning on nambe lake (above santa fe)
by santa fe artist dawn chandler



Morning on Nambe Lake (above Santa Fe)

by Dawn Chandler



oil on panel

12” x 12” x .50” 


This painting is available — make it yourshere

 

To view more paintings by Santa Fe artist Dawn Chandler, contact her via her online gallery at www.taosdawn.com or www.dawnchandler.com

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