This wildlife painting is of Canada geese behind my old studio. During the winter season, the field behind my fine art studio was full of Canada geese, eating and resting in the sun. Around sunset, they would lift off in small groups and fly down to the Gunnison River for the night. I will never get tired of watching birds!
I have had two clients request oversized, gallery wrapped gicleés of this painting (40×60). They are fabulous!
FRESH OFF THE EASEL This geologic abstract focuses on hand made clay pieces that resemble ancient pottery artifacts in an archeological dig. At least, that's my artistic interpretation - my apologies to actual archeologists and geologists. I just love the color palette in this one. Can't go wrong with complements, right? But notice in the turquoise section there is some olive green areas. That's where I added some of the orange to the turquoise. In the upper orange section, there are brown tones added. There I added some Van Dyke brown to my orange mixture. Those subtle color shifts soften the strong contrast of warm and cool tones. 10"x10"x1.5"" Mixed Media on Canvas/sold PURCHASE A FINE ART PRINT HERE
What story do you see in these images? Do you see an empty swing hanging from the ancient symbol for a new day beginning? (Sun on the horizon.) A small faded deciduous tree on top of a very large empty nest, the nest being hinged over obscure branches? Is that rain falling on only 1/2 of the bottom area? How does the large area of contemplative space affect you? The quiet colors? The subtle images contrasted with bold ones? Let me know.
This series was inspired by a trip to Cambria, California last year. A dear friend and I spent two days combing the beach for sea glass.
One of the days the tide was coming in quickly, but we were determined to stay the course, and got soaked as the waves chased us back up the beach. Original 48"x60"x1.5" Acrylic on Gallery Wrapped Canvas The paint flow continues around the sides for a beautiful finish, this gorgeous painting is wired and ready to hang. Signed on the side. Click HERE for more info. Visit http://KimberlyConradfineArt.com to view more of my work. Follow me on facebook Follow me on Instagram Follow me on Pinterest
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Standing in a heavily wooded aspen forest in autumn is like standing in the lens of a kaliedoscope. This Colorado landscape painting is of an aspen forest up around Gunnison, Colorado.
Original Colorado Landscape Painting 16"x20" Acrylic on Linen/sold Fine Art Prints are Available HERE Prints in multiple sizes are also available HERE Visit http://NanceeJean.com to view more of my work
The Colorado National Monument is full of fabulous redrock canyons and rock formations. This formation, called The Kissing Couple, is one of my favorites. I love the brilliant reds, magentas, oranges and purples of the Colorado National Monument! Acrylic on Linen, 16×20/sold Fine Art Prints are available, HERE Visit http://NanceeJean.com to view more of my work. Follow me on facebook Follow me on Pinterest Follow me on Instagram
One solitary pine tree stands alone on this remote dirt road, like a Great Ruler surveying his subjects below. Farmlands stretch out in the distance, protected by a range of barren mountains beyond. That’s wild horse country on the other side … this is bear country on this side, and happy, oblivious families live in between.
This painting named itself! As I was finishing this painting and considering the title - on three separate occasions I turned on the radio and the 1986 song "In Your Eyes" by Peter Gabriel was playing. This is a beautiful and special song and I am honored that the painting chose to be named for it. 30"x40"x1.5" Acrylic on Canvas/Available View purchase info HERE Check out ALL my work my work at http://pamelalordiart.com
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Rattlesnake Canyon in western Colorado. It's a rugged drive or hike into the canyon and a beautiful hike once down amongst the arches. 5"x7" Acrylic on Canvas Click HERE for purchase info. Visit http://NanceeJean.com to view more of my work
The deer and elk migrated weeks ago to the warmer valley below. The animals that stay behind will find a cozy place under the snow to hibernate, fish will live comfortably under the ice and aspens shed their leaves. Occasionally a wind breaks the winter silence as it whistles through the tree tops. The tall pines sway back and forth, adding a soft rhythmic creaking to the gentle sounds of Winter.
This lovely meadow is on the outskirts of a community that is still blessed with lots of natural open space. It’s horse country … it’s fishing country or just simply meandering in the riparian areas on foot. At night, there are a jillion stars … and out here, a jillion is a real number.