Sunday, March 29, 2015

At Last

At Last
24" x 12" Oil on Canvas
Needs a frame.
This still life painting was inspired by the beautiful violet tulips that were in the studio last week after the reception and exhibit for Lynn Rushton.  A celebration of Lynn's Master's Thesis brought so many of her friends and family together for a wonderful evening.  This floral arrangement was one of several that spoke to me...and so I am dedicating this painting to Lynn finishing her Master's Thesis.....At Last.  Feel free to contact Kay for more info on this painting.  Thanks, Kay

Friday, March 27, 2015

Curious Chicks - Sold

Curious Chicks - Sold
Sold at Dutch Art Gallery in Dallas.  
I know that these two chickies are thrilled
to have a new home!  I am working in the 
studio preparing for a show with three of
my fellow Dallas artists.  More info on that to
come....Thanks for looking at my blog!

Thursday, March 26, 2015

Jar of Joy - Sold

Jar of Joy
Sold
6" x 6" Oil on Museum Quality Panel
Sold at Dutch Art Gallery.  Thanks to
Pam Massar.  More palette knife paintings
are on my easel...Thanks, Kay

Tuesday, March 24, 2015

Colorado Landscape Study

Colorado Landscape Study
24" x 30" Oil on Canvas Board
Contemporary Wildflower Landscape
Contact KAY for more information
on the art posted on this blog.
Thanks for looking.  KMW

Monday, March 23, 2015

Zest

Zest
16" x 16" Oil on Gallery Wrap Canvas
Contemporary Abstract Painting
Oil sticks and oil paints were used to create this.
Contact Kay for purchasing information.
Thanks, KMW

Saturday, March 21, 2015

Misty by Kay Wyne

Misty
30" x 30" Oil on Canvas
Contemporary Palette Knife Painting
This painting needs a handsome frame.  
This palette knife painting has gone through many changes, with layers and layers of color.  I moved and pushed the paint around, changed the colors, changed the horizon line and the path.  It was a misty and moody day in Dallas...and I saw alot of the greys, lavenders and the start of spring green when I painted this.  It has an impressionistic feel to it.  I don't know how long it will take to dry, even with the impasto.....but I think it will look nice framed up.  Contact Kay for more information on this painting.  Thanks for looking at this blog.....Kay