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Contemporary Impressionistic Floral Original Palette Knife Oil Painting by Sheri Jones

11 days ago   |   By Daily Painters of Texas

Floral Kaleidoscope 8x10 oil on gallery wrapped canvas
Spring has sprung and I am surrounded by bright happy flowers. This is a warm up to what is inspiring me recently. I pre mixed my colors and with the palette knife I dabbled the paint on. I purposely left the first layer of alizarin crimson peeking through.
To purchase or see more Sheri sherijonesart.com Thank you for viewing my art. Sheri Jones
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Contemporary Abstract Landscape, Fine Art Painting “Survived” by Passionate Purposeful Painter Holly Hunter Berry

Contemporary Abstract Landscape, Fine Art Painting “Survived” by Passionate Purposeful Painter Holly Hunter Berry

11 days ago   |   By Contemporary Landscape Artists International

I surprised myself when I used these colors to create this painting. I chose more neutral ones to be a backdrop for the sparks of random color peaking through instead of bold color throughout. I wanted to express how I felt when I viewed the remains of an area near my home that had survived a storm and saw new growth. In the middle of the death and sadness of the event I saw new life overcoming adversity and it was a reminder that yes we can go through the storm and there will be new life and a new beginning on the other side. Art can be healing. The title, “Survived”, is one we can all...
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Impressionist Landscape,Trees, Fine Art Oil Painting “Rosy Tamarisk” by Colorado Contemporary Fine Artist Jody Ahrens

Impressionist Landscape,Trees, Fine Art Oil Painting “Rosy Tamarisk” by Colorado Contemporary Fine Artist Jody Ahrens

11 days ago   |   By Contemporary Landscape Artists International

FRESH OFF THE EASEL
Tamarisk plants that choke the riparian areas in western states were imported in the 1800's from Southern Europe. They are disliked because they reportedly use too much water and grow in uncontrollable abundance. However, many people secretly love them for their beautiful fern like foliage that turns a gorgeous rose color in the fall. This little cove is framed by a beautiful fall Tamarisk in full bloom.
12"x18" Oil on Panel/Available
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Non Objective, Abstract Painting, Contemporary Art “Tight Rope” by International Contemporary Abstract Artist Arrachme

Non Objective, Abstract Painting, Contemporary Art “Tight Rope” by International Contemporary Abstract Artist Arrachme

11 days ago   |   By Daily Painters Abstract

Tight Rope is a bright cheerful abstract expression of light, color, and line.
Minimalist nonobjective fine art.
20"x16" Original Painting
Fine Art Prints in various sizes are also available
The original as well as fine art prints are Available HERE
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