Daily Painters of Texas

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Wednesday, January 28, 2015

Earth Child Geraniums - Flower Paintings Classes and Workshops - Nancy Medina Art


Earth Child Geraniums
by Nancy Medina
Oil on Gallery Wrap Canvas

 Have you ever had one of those days in the studio where nothing you paint turns out right? I scumbled and wiped and mumbled through three canvases today before I finally settled on this geranium painting. I'm not sure why sometimes things flow, and sometimes it's like gears grinding. When the muses are singing, when things flow almost effortlessly onto the canvas, it's so nice, but it doesn't always happen, even when you've been painting every day for almost 7 years! Clearly, I need more chocolate in my diet or something....

Tuesday, January 27, 2015


9 x 12 Oil on Linen

These lovely roses would make a perfect gift for that someone special in your life.  A painting of roses would give them roses everyday and remind them of your love.  Whether for your special sweetie, your Mom or just someone special to let them know how much you care.


Signature Member Artist of Texas, Oil Painters of America, American Impressionistic Society

Jar of Joy by Kay Wyne

Jar of Joy
6" x 6" Oil on RayMar Panel
Contemporary Abstract Palette Knife Painting
I was painting a floral landscape yesterday, and had started this little panel, and added some dark greens and violets, giving it more depth and interest.  In this still life, the little jar is holding three flowers...very simple.  The palette knife gives it some texture.  Contact Kay

Out of the Blue Delphiniums and Irises - Flower Paintings by Nancy Medina Art


Out of the Blue Delphiniums and Iris
by Nancy Medina


Oil on Deep Gallery Wrap Canvas

Out of the Blue Delphiniums and Iris is the newest painting in Flower Mound Studio, and the last hurrah of the batch of fresh Japanese iris and blue delphiniums. The little petals were making plopping noises the whole time I was painting them under the studio light, as they fell to the tabletop. They posed bravely and stood steadfastly under duress, and deserve to be remembered for all they gave in the name of color! We salute you little flowers. Oh my, it must be getting late, where did that come from?

It's likely because I am still so absolutely delighted we had a very special visitor to Flower Mound Studio today! Read more....


Out of the Blue - Fini!

Monday, January 26, 2015

Original Jazz Art Music Abstract Painting "Bass and Others" by Debra Hurd

Original Jazz Art Music Instrument Abstract Painting 

16"x20" Oil Painting

This painting is SOLD, but commissions are welcome.

 Click HERE for pricing on commissions and sizes available

Click HERE to purchase a Fine Art Print of this painting.

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Days 23-25-Suzy Pal Powell

 Here are days 23-26.
All 6x6 using oil on gessobord.
These are antique dishes that I have.
I love both of those bowls and would love to have more  pieces like it!
These are $50 each, and you can purchase them through me or

I'm Listening! by Kay Wyne

I'm Listening!
20" x 20" Oil on Gallery Wrap Canvas
This contemporary bovine is 
This is a good looking short-horn was at the LBJ Ranch, and I loved the way the left ear was perked up as if he was listening to our conversation.  I have had this Hereford sitting on my easel for a month or so...I think I am finished with it.  Here is a close up of the right ear:
I really liked the way the ear turned out...actually it is my favorite part about this painting!  I will let this one dry in the studio, and maybe make a few modifications here and there, but I signed it, and it is pretty much finished.  I don't know what I will be working on tomorrow, but as you can see the month of January is coming to an end....only five more posts on the challenge!  If you have any comments or questions, please contact Kay Wyne.  Thanks for looking at this blog.  Kay

Sunday, January 25, 2015

Oranges and Pears-Suzy Pal Powell

 More 6x6 oils on gessobord.
I love the old antique dishes!
They are $50 each unframed and you can purchase through me/paypal or

A Garden of Boots, New Contemporary Western Art by Sheri Jones

 A Garden of Boots 
18x24 oil on canvas

This is my one in my new series of western themed paintings.     I loved the bright colors of these ceramic boot vases.
It is part of an invitational show "Texas and the West" at the  Ft. Worth Library.  We installed the show on Saturday and it will hang until end of February.
The reception is Sunday, February 15, 2014. 2:00 - 4:00. Please make plans to attend.
500 W. Third St.
Ft. Worth, Tx 76102
Hours vary each day
Artist, Doug Clark,  Olivette Huber, T.K. Riddle, Claudia Davis, Maryann Brummer, Nancy Bozeman, Steve Ott , Linnea McKinney, and Janice Weaver. Please stop by and check it out.
This is available for purchase. $850.00
Sheri Jones 

Blowing In The Wind by Kay Wyne

Blowing In The Wind
30" x 40" Oil on Gallery Wrap Canvas
Contemporary Aspens - Palette Knife Painting
My painting for the paint challenge was a scraper.  Just didn't make the cut, so I am posting one of my contemporary aspen paintings.  I usually choose a square or vertical format for my aspens, but Blowing In The Wind is on a heavy duty (thick and chunky) horizontal stretcher bars.  I used bold colors, brushes and the palette knife.  The trees are thick and textured, as are the leaves that are falling.  This painting is for sale....contact Kay for purchasing information.  It is ready for a new home!  Thanks, Kay


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