Daily Painters of Texas

Deep in the heART of Texas can be found a unique blend of artists. Follow the best of Texas Art here on the Daily Painters of Texas.

Artist membership applications are encouraged, especially from unrepresented regions of Texas. Applicants must paint daily, blog frequently, and reside in the Great State of Texas. To apply email: INFO on Artists Of Texas and include a link to your art blog or web site for jury panel review.

Thursday, July 2, 2015

Blue Bonnet Drive, New Contemporary Landscape Painting by Sheri Jones

Blue Bonnet Drive
20x24 oil on canvas panel
This was the painting I created at Dutch Art Gallery during a demo I did.  Painting in the gallery is alway a wonderful experience surrounded by great art. The inspiration came from a place close to home in Granbury, Texas.  This is available for purchase at Dutch Art Gallery, Dallas, TX 
Sheri Jones Sheri@sheriart.net http://www.sheriart.net http://www.sheriart.blogspot.com

Wednesday, July 1, 2015

Rainy City Painting, Abstract Cityscape, Figurative Umbrella "Rainy Day People #2" by Texas Artist Debra Hurd

Oil on Canvas

Cityscape, Rainy City,Umbrella, Woman With Umbrella

36"x24" SOLD/Commissions Welcome

Cityscape, Rainy City, Purple Umbrella, Woman With Umbrella

Click HERE for pricing on commissions.

 Visit http://DebraHurd.com to view more of my work.

 Visit my Daily Painters Gallery HERE

 Visit my BLOG

New "Blue Tangle II" Textured Bluebonnet Oil Painting by Niki Gulley

"Blue Tangle II"  ©2015 Niki Gulley
9" x 12"" textured mixed media on wrap around canvas

These Texas bluebonnets and Indian Paintbrush are loaded with texture, color and movement. Created with palette knife and oil paint, they practically leap of the canvas.

To see more of my palette knife contemporary landscape paintings, visit nikigulley.com.

Tuesday, June 30, 2015

Faithful Blues, New Contemporary Landscape Painting by Sheri Jones

Faithful Blues
35x45 oil on gallery wrapped canvas
Sold
This was a special commissioned painting from a couple that are strong in their faith. It was a blessing and joy to create.  
Sheri Jones Sheri@sheriart.net http://www.sheriart.net http://www.sheriart.blogspot.com

Color of Summer by Kay Wyne


Color of Summer
10" x 20" Oil on RayMar Cotton Panel
Contemporary Landscape Painting
Pushing, pulling, scraping and laying in the oils with my palette knife gives this painting an impressionistic feeling.  I started with an underpainting using a brush.  After looking at it for a couple of months on my easel, I decided I needed to take a different approach and repainted it with the knife.  I am much more satisfied with the outcome, especially with the color relationships.  The burnt orange contrasting against the violet and greens makes it pop. The colors of the landscape remind me of how a hot and dry summer day feels....therefore, the name, "Color of Summer".  I can't wait to put a frame on this panel once I varnish it.  This painting will be for sale once it dries.  Contact Kay for purchasing info.  Thanks, Kay

Monday, June 29, 2015

Lady Dance Belly Dancer Art Female Figurative Impressionist Painting "Lady Dancer" by Debra Hurd

 Oil on Canvas

 48"x24" /Available

 Click HERE  to purchase.

 Click HERE for pricing on commissions.

 Visit http://DebraHurd.com to view more of my work.

 Visit my Daily Painters Gallery HERE

 Visit my BLOG

New "Blue Tangle" Textured Bluebonnet Oil Painting by Niki Gulley

"Blue Tangle"  ©2015 Niki Gulley
9" x 12"" textured mixed media on wrap around canvas

These Texas bluebonnets and Indian Paintbrush are loaded with texture, color and movement. Created with palette knife and oil paint, they practically leap of the canvas.

To see more of my palette knife contemporary landscape paintings, visit nikigulley.com.

Lost by Kay Wyne


Lost
12" x 16" Oil on Gallery Wrap Canvas
Contemporary Palette Knife Painting
Floral Landscape
I named this painting "Lost" because I was totally lost in it with my palette knife.  Lost in a good way, just letting my mixing skills kick in, and allowing  the painting to happen.  The colors are harmonious because I mixed my piles of luscious oils as I worked through the canvas.  My palette was covered with greens, lavenders, greys and corals.  This landscape painting couldn't get much more abstract, as I was focused on the colors and how they looked in relationship to each other.  There is plenty of texture and paint built up on the canvas, creating more interest for the viewer.  This painting is drying at the studio.  Contact ME with any comments or questions.  Thanks for looking....Kay

Sunday, June 28, 2015

Archie's Ford, New Contemporary Landscape Painting by Sheri Jones

Archie's Ford
9x12 oil on canvas panel

I created this after visiting Archie's Garden Land in Ft. Worth.
This gem is planted in the garden center surrounded by a lush grouping of flowers.  This truck was owned by NE Archer, who established the family business in 1934.  
The garden center is now owned and operated by 3rd and 4th generation family members.

Stop by soon to see some of my original "garden" paintings.
Archie's Gardenland 
6700 Z. Boaz Pl
Ft. Worth, 76116

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

Shy Plums and Pink Peonies - Nancy Medina Art Classes and Workshops


Shy Plums and Pink Peonies
by Nancy Medina
20X20
Oil on Deep Gallery Wrap Canvas






I made an executive decision to leave the banana out of my class demo in Hot Springs, Arkansas, this morning. It was a tough call, but one of the plums kept rolling behind the vase out of the spotlight and I didn't want to spook the rest of the fruit herd and cause a stampede. Read more...





The offending banana makes an appearance...




Hot Springs, Arkansas, alumni and their brilliant peonies!


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