Wednesday, January 30, 2019

Summer landscape painting, Palette Knife Painting, Small Oil Painting, Daily Painting, 6x8" Oil on panel

January and February.....the months when winter days grow dreary!  I feel that way too, and decided it was the perfect time to paint something bright and cheery.

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Just a little reminder of summer and warmer days ahead!

Carol Schiff


"Looking Out to Sea" by Lynda Cookson

This little number, in the freezing weather we're having in the northern hemisphere at the moment, is presently at Gallery 1608 in Bushmills (yes, where the whiskey comes from!) in Northern Ireland.

I just thought we all needed a little warmth today!!



"Looking Out to Sea" by Lynda Cookson



"Looking Out to Sea" by Lynda Cookson, Framed

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Tuesday, January 29, 2019

Landscape by Carrie Jacobson

Here's Day 2 of my Mary Stepanian painting challenge.


by Carrie Jacobson


Palette Knife Painters Group Images 14 to 27 January 2019

Monday, January 28, 2019

Palette Knife Abstract Horse Art Painting "Cinco Caballos" by Colorado Impressionist Judith Babcock

                                                                 
 12"x36" Oil on canvas

 Original Palette Knife Equine Landscape Painting

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   220 East 7th Ave, Studio #2
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Where do I go from here?, Daily Painting, Small Oil Painting

Traditionally, January is when we evaluate our performance over the last twelve months, and look at the direction we are headed.  I am a little late!

Artistically, I see nothing but question marks.  I want to have a clear plan, a path to follow and mark my progress, but alas, it evades me.


I looked through my posts from last year, and picked out my favorite pieces, hoping against hope that they will tell me where I am headed.



 Abstract Expressionism?


Maybe....


Thick Paint?

 Impressionism?




 Brushwork?
 Knife?

Really thin paint?




Or does it really matter?



All this thinking is making my head hurt!  

I am happy I found this many pieces, from last year, that speak to ME.  I am happy with them which makes me happy with me.

Maybe 2018 will find me treading the straight and narrow.....but somehow, I don't think so.

Thank you all, for joining me on my crazy, unplanned journey!

Saturday, January 26, 2019

Elephant painting palette knife fine art impressionism by Karen Tarlton


He's in the room!
People are so difficult. Give me an elephant any day.
"Elephant Friend" 11x14

Landscape Painting, Figurative Painting, Daily Painting, Small Oil Painting, 6x8" Oil on Panel

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A reminder of summer days.

Carol Schiff
www.CarolASchiff.com
www.CarolSchiffStudio.etsy.com

Original Palette Knife Abstract Figurative Painting, Whimsical Figures, Dancing Women,“With Style” by Colorado Impressionist Judith Babcock


8"x10" Oil on Canvas/Available

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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


Friday, January 25, 2019

"Fiery Sky" by Arlon Rosenhoff


Fiery Sky
24” x 29”



Thursday, January 24, 2019

Morning on the beach, Daily Painting, Small Oil Painting, Beach Painting, Seagull on the Beach, 11x14" Original Oil

I have run from the snowy mountains, to the beaches of Florida.  Lucky me, I can walk on the beach, and work at the same time.




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 I photoed this guy, during my morning walk and painted soon after.




The birds are so conditioned to people, they barely move when you approach.  In the morning, it is all business, as they are looking for food.

We are enjoying our Florida winter on the beach.  Being a snowbird is a good thing!




Carol Schiff

Wednesday, January 23, 2019

Impressionism Aspen Tree Moon Mountain Landscape Painting "Harvest Moon" by Colorado impressionist Judith Babcock


8"x10" Oil on Canvas/sold

Commissions welcome!

To view my available work, visit https://judithbabcockfineart.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

Tuesday, January 22, 2019

"Flowing Creek" by Southern California Palette Knife Artist Garry Abel


"Flowing Creek"

11" x 14"
Oil on Canvas

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Garry will be exhibiting this summer at the
Laguna Beach Art-A-Fair beginning 6/28/2019 through 9/1/2019


"Vintage Orange County California" by Southern California Palette Knife Artist Garry Abel


"Vintage Orange County California"

9" x 12"
Oil on Canvas

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Garry will be exhibiting this summer at the
Laguna Beach Art-A-Fair beginning 6/28/2019 through 9/1/2019


"Heritage Park Dana Point CA" by Southern California Palette Knife Artist Garry Abel


Commissioned Painting
"Heritage Park Dana Point CA"

12" x 24"
Oil on Canvas

Garry will be exhibiting this summer at the
Laguna Beach Art-A-Fair beginning 6/28/2019 through 9/1/2019


"Camino de Santiago Pilgrimage II" by Southern California Palette Knife Artist Garry Abel


Commissioned Painting
"Camino de Santiago Pilgrimage II"

12" x 16"
Oil on Canvas

Garry will be exhibiting this summer at the
Laguna Beach Art-A-Fair beginning 6/28/2019 through 9/1/2019


Original Red Hibiscus Oil Painting, Floral Painting, Small Oil Painting, Daily Painting, 6x8" SOLD

One of the joys  of living in Florida are the almost year round flowers in our landscapes.  Hibiscus is one of the most used here, and with good reason.  They are easy to grow, beautiful and available in many colors and one of the first to bloom in the spring and late in the winter season.


This one is a study in reds.  Elio Camacho states that red is the most difficult color to paint.  When you can paint a "red" painting, you have arrived (in the art world).

This does not qualify as a "red" painting in my mind.  A "red" study usually has several red objects, each with it's own shades of red.

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Still, this is good practice.

Elio likes to present his more advanced students with set ups that are all yellow, or blue, or green etc.  It is only the bravest who attempt the dreaded "all red" set up.

Thanks for viewing my blog today.

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Monday, January 21, 2019

Palette Knife Aspen Tree Landscape Art Painting “Autumn Sonata“ by Colorado Impressionist Judith Babcock



 36"x18" Palette Knife landscape Oil 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

Sunday, January 20, 2019

The Golden Hour, Daily Painting, Small Oil Painting, 6x8" Oil on Panel

The Golden Hour.....the most beautiful time of the day!

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A small live oak, basking in the glow of evening.



Carol Schiff
www.CarolSchiffStudio.etsy.com
www.CarolASchiff.com

"Glory Wigget" by Arlon Rosenhoff


Glory Wigget
21” x 42”
Palette Knife Oil 


"Glory Wigget" by Arlon Rosenhoff




"Ancient Spirits of Connemara" by Lynda Cookson

I'm pretty sure I still have this little painting in my stock room somewhere.

We lived in Connemara for many years and absorbed the magic of the ancient history there ... with the help of some stunning and mystical weather.

"Ancient Spirits of Connemara" is inspired by the view from my studio there and I smile inside every time I look at this image.


"Ancient Spirits of Connemara" by Lynda Cookson



Friday, January 18, 2019

Painting on Sale | Teapot Still Life | Daily Painting | Small Oil Painting | Teapot with Stripes by Carol Schiff | 6x8" Oil

Today I have a teapot still life daily painting for you.


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Thank you for viewing my daily painting on my blog today.

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"Glebe House, Co Donegal, Ireland" by Lynda Cookson

I was recently reminded of a little trio I painted whilst traveling in Ireland a few years ago. Glebe House in Co Donegal which stands at the edge of Lough Gartan was the inspiration for these minis.



"Glebe House, Co Donegal, Ireland" by Lynda Cookson



"Gartan Lough"


"Glebe House"


"River Reeds"





Original Palette Knife Poppy Flower Oil Painting "American Beaut" by Colorado Impressionist Judith Babcock




   14"x11" Oil on Canvas/Available

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   Original Palette Knife  Poppy Flower Landscape 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
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Wednesday, January 16, 2019

California Landscape, Daily Painting, Small Oil Painting, 11x14x1.5" , "Off PCH" by Carol Schiff Studio

My good friend, and excellent photographer, Ted Fuhrer,  has done it again, supplying me with so many inspiring images to paint from.  On of the many places he has lived was the coastal region of California.



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Ted, I hope you think I did justice to your work.

I am always in awe of the western coast of our country.  Living on the east coast is great, and I am so blessed to be here. We have gentle surf, warm water, island music.... But to me, the west coast is larger than life.  So rugged, so big, a constant test to exist there. The boulders are larger than houses, the mountain streams are full of rushing rapids. The pioneer spirit is still alive there.  I cannpt wait to visit again.





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Palette Knife Painters Group Images 31 Dec 2018 to 13 Jan 2019

"Going Crab Fishing" by Lynda Cookson

"Going Crab fishing" was inspired by a lovely, large, gent who wandered past us as we were parked overlooking a small bay within Douarnenez Bay on the west coast of Brittany in France. His character, walk and equipment were so much larger than life that all surroundings seemed to fall away.

"Going Crab Fishing" by Lynda Cookson

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