Friday, October 20, 2017

Flower Painting, A GLASS OF SUNSHINE by Carol Schiff, 8x6" Oil SOLD

Everybody needs a little sunshine in their life..............I hope this flower painting brings some to you.



90 + 6.50 in USA





It's hard not to smile when you see a bunch of sunflowers, either in the fields or sitting on  a table.


Blogger is misbehaving today and doesn't want me to post more than one image.  Hopefully the next post will be more complete.

Have a great weekend and thank you for viewing and commenting on my blog.  By the way...please pin this!



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Soft and Still by Jane Boyd Contemporary Impressionist Painter

"Soft and Still"...palette knife painting,20" x 20" oil & cold wax on 1.5"cradled wood panel.
The quiet of the beach.......................



Original Palette Knife Aspen Landscape Painting “Dreaming of Spring” by Colorado Impressionist Judith Babcock


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    Palette Knife Abstract Painting

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Thursday, October 19, 2017

Landscape with Flowers, Cone flower painting, daily painting, small oil painting, 9x12" Oil SOLD

I was going through my reference photo files, looking for inspiration, when I found an image from several years ago.  It's funny how I can be totally unimpressed with an image, and then one day, WOW!  I just have to paint it.

SOLD



I tried to remember everything I learned at my workshop with Elio Camacho a few months ago.   I tried to concentrate on color relations and brushwork.
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 Another priority.....not overworking the piece.  I felt happy when I finished, usually a good sign

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A week later, I am still happy with it....an even better sign!  I hope you like it too.

Thanks for following my blog.

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Ocean Beach Pier at Dusk painting by Karen Tarlton palette knife fine art impressionism

This is my third OB pier painting.
I've painted it at sunrise, sunset and now dusk.
Still need to paint a foggy scene and maybe an early morning light we'll see.
It's amazing how the light is never the same twice.

Ocean Beach Pier at Dusk
20x24
Oil painting on  canvas

Myakka Mauve by Jane Boyd Contemporary Impressionist Painter

Myakka State Park, FL....strange light in the park that morning...................
Palette knife painting,8"x 10" oil on birch panel





"Hesed" by Texas Artist Kathy Baker Mackey

"Hesed"
36x36

The above painting will be on exhibit this weekend at Continental Gin Building, Deep Ellum area of Dallas, TX. Fall Open Studios is a twice a year event where all 50+ artists open their studios to the public. If in the area, stop by for art, wine, music, fun!

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Six off to the States

Yay! With huge thanks to Pepi Khara at the Square Art Gallery in Frederick, Maryland, the following 6 floral paintings are presently jetting their way to the gallery. If you're in the area, please diarise the 4 November 2017 as the grand opening of the Square Art Gallery.

Here are the details:
The Square Art Gallery
8 E. Church Street
Frederick, MD 21701
US
Text: +1-301-662-9000
Email: pepikhara@gmail.com
Hours (grand opening is Nov. 4th, 2017)First Saturday of every month: Noon – 9PM
Fridays and Saturdays: 5PM – 9PM
Gallery hours are approximate so if we missed you, please text us for a private tour.
 "Tulips and Gypsophila"

"Poppy in Fields of Lavender" 

"Lemon for Tea" 

"Daisies" 

 "Falling Flowers"

"Summer Light"
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Wednesday, October 18, 2017

Daily Painting, Small Oil Painting, Autumn Landscape, Daily Art, "Tree on Fire", 8x10x1.5" Oil

Autumn in the mountains is where I want to be.  Last year, I was very lucky to spend two months there.
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 I was inspired to paint this one from the ever evolving show I saw each day.  It brings back childhood memories of northern Ohio and Michigan.....minus the mountains, of course.




 What more could I ask for?  It gets better and better each day.  Of course, in the mountains it seems the color is climbing to the sky.




One evening we spied a herd of Elk in the meadow.  You can hear them bellowing in the woods this time of year.They come down to the meadows to feed at dusk and dawn..  This herd was one make and about 30 females.

As much as I love it there, I was ready to head south to Florida when the weather got cold.  When the trees are stripped bare, and the cold winds are blowing, I enjoy the beautiful beaches. Life is good!


Thanks for visiting my blog today.
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Palette Knife Aspen Tree Landscape Art Painting “Autumn Sonata“ by Colorado Impressionist Judith Babcock

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 36"x18" Palette Knife landscape Oil Painting/Available

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Seeking Shelter byJane Boyd Contemporary Impressionist Painter

Palette knife painting,5 x 7 oil on canvas panel.
Clouds...the quick change from light and fluffy to dark and menacing.................


Tuesday, October 17, 2017

Small Seascape with Sunrise Painting, Textured Palette Knife Art, 6x8" Oil Seascape SOLD

Today I am posting one of my favorite subjects, the beach!

SOLD
In my opinion, one of the best reasons to live in Florida, is to be able to grab a cup of coffee, and head for the beach to see the sunrise.

The beach is usually empty....maybe I will see a lone fisherman.  For the most part, only the birds are there to keep you company.  It is so serene and calming.  The perfect way to start your day.  I cannot think of a better way to spend an early morning hour.

I hope you have a wonderful day today!

Carol Schiff
www.CarolSchiffStudio.blogspot.com


Palette Knife Painters Group Images 25 September to 8 October 2017

"Potted Mini Oranges" and "Falling Flowers" by Lynda Cookson

Monday, October 16, 2017

Flower Painting, Iris Painting, Daily Painting, Small Oil Painting, 6x8" on Canvas Panel

I spent most of the spring in the mountains of North Carolina, surrounded by flowers everywhere.  They must have the perfect environment for flowers, and I loved every minute of it.  This is one of the beautiful iris' I photographed during my stay.

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I had a difficult time getting this painting to the finishing point, but turns out, my real struggle was in trying to get a decent photograph of it.  I find that blues and greens tend me merge when photographed, especially blues.  I took many photos of this painting, under different conditions, but I believe many of the subtle color changes were lost.  Note to self:  Don't do blue and green paintings, and don't do very dark paintings.....also impossible (for me) to photograph well.

In any event, thanks for viewing my art today.


Carol Schiff

Original Palette Knife Flower Landscape Painting “Flowers on the Trail II” by Colorado Impressionist Judith Babcock

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 36"x18" Palette Knife landscape Oil Painting/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

New 6x6 palette knife oil paintings by Karen Tarlton

Sometimes the smallest things take up the most room in your heart. ~Winnie the pooh


 "Angel of my Heart" 6x6 by www.etsy.com/shop/Karensfineart



Sunday, October 15, 2017

Palette Knife Abstract Expressionism Painting "Bladeworks # 40" by Contemporary Artist Kimberly Conrad


14"x11"Palette Knife Oil Painting/Available

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Denver, CO 80203

Small Landscape Painting, Daily Painting, Small Oil Painting, "Deep Purple" 6x8" Oil

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I've got a thing for purples, lavenders, blues, blah, blah, blah.


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I was in the Land O' Trees, better known as western North Carolina, when I painted this.  In the summertime, I get green overload here.  Green mountains, green grass, green leaves.  You cannot escape green.   Maybe that is why doing a purple and blue landscape appealed to me.  More to come!


Carol Schiff
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Saturday, October 14, 2017

Flower Palette Knife Painting, Hydrangea Painting,Small Oil Painting, Daily Painting, 6x8" Textured Floral

While everyone is running around, with thoughts of turkey on their minds, I sit at the computer, remembering my lovely garden from last summer.  Hydrangea is always a favorite for me.

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I painted with a palette knife, and left it very impressionistic, almost abstract.  I wanted to highlight the colors and not the form.



I have been struggling with my oils for several months now, but I was happy with the results on this piece, which has given me hope.

Thank you for viewing my blog today and I wish you all a HAPPY TURKEY DAY.

Carol Schiff
www.CarolSchiffStudio.etsy.com
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Friday, October 13, 2017

Floral Landscape Painting, Daisy Painting, Small Oil Painting, Daily Painting, 8x8x1.5" Oil

When in the Blue Ridge Mountains, I take a walk each day.   I always pass this lively patch of dasies and saw a painting there.

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A lovely reminder of summer.

Carol Schiff
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Impressionism Aspen Tree Colorado Landscape Painting "Fall Mosaic" by Colorado Impressionist Judith Babcock


 24"x12" Palette Knife Landscape Painting/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
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Thursday, October 12, 2017

Abstract Giclee Print, Daily Painting, Teal and Green Abstract

I have been in an experimental mood lately.  My oils have been gathering dust as I pour acrylics and alcohol inks.


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This piece is done on yupo paper, which really isn't paper at all, but a  very slick plastic type of surface favored by watercolorists.  It is an alcohol ink piece.

The original is not available, but I am offering this as a giclee print in several sizes.

We are in the process of moving and my mind seems scattered these days.  I will try to continue to post during the process, but please bare with me.  Eventually, we will be settled and my posts will become more regular.

Have a great day!

Carol Schiff

Wednesday, October 11, 2017

Flower Painting, Iris Painting, Daily Painting, Small Oil Painting, 6x8" on Canvas Panel

I spent most of the spring in the mountains of North Carolina, surrounded by flowers everywhere.  They must have the perfect environment for flowers, and I loved every minute of it.  This is one of the beautiful iris' I photographed during my stay.

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I had a difficult time getting this painting to the finishing point, but turns out, my real struggle was in trying to get a decent photograph of it.  I find that blues and greens tend me merge when photographed, especially blues.  I took many photos of this painting, under different conditions, but I believe many of the subtle color changes were lost.  Note to self:  Don't do blue and green paintings, and don't do very dark paintings.....also impossible (for me) to photograph well.

In any event, thanks for viewing my art today.


Carol Schiff

Tuesday, October 10, 2017

Impressionist Fruit Still Life, Daily Painting, Small Oil Painting, 8x10x1.5" Oil on Gallery Wrap Canvas

In a blatant attempt to get away from flower paintings, today I am posting a still life of fruit,

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 I have been accused of having to many grayed down hues in my art, so recently, I an trying to focus on more vibrant color....no more pasty pastels!

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 I would like to report, that my tube of white paint is lasting longer, but it is too soon to tell.


Regardless, I am pleasently surprised with the color I achieved here, so hopefully I am on the right track.

Thanks for reading my blog today, and a special thank you to all who have supported my art and my blog with their purchases.

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Monday, October 9, 2017

Daily Painting, Oil, Animal, Sheep, 8x10

My friend, Donna Vines, took a trip to Northern England earlier this year.  She was kind enough to share her photos with me.  I have painted several of them and I could not resist this small lamb walking the moor.


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I painted with palette knife and brush and tried to get lots of texture in it.  I liked the rugged  feel.  I have never been on the moors, but I think they would feel rugged and cold and windy.



I painted a ram a few months ago, which I like to think is this lamb's daddy.  You can view it here

Have a wonderful week!

Carol Schiff

Original Palette Knife Flower Landscape Painting "Burst of Spring" by Colorado Impressionist Judith Babcock



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      20"x10" oil on Canvas

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   220 East 7th Ave, Studio #2
   Denver, Co 80203
   By Appointment: lododuo@aol.com
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Sunday, October 8, 2017

Small Seascape, Daily Painting,, Small Oil Painting, "Favorite Beach", 6x8" Oil

Few things in life are as soothing to me as watching clouds move over the mountains.  Walking on the beach is  one of those things.  What is it about these scenes  that makes them so appealing?

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 Is it the endless repetition?  Rather hypnotising, don't you think?  Maybe it is the everlasting beauty of the scenes.....the permanence.

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I don't have the answer, but I know I know I enjoy painting the scenes almost as much as being there, taking a deep breath of that sea breeze or crisp mountain air.

Enjoy the day....whereever you are!

Thanks for reading my blog today.


Sunset Cliffs Sunrise by San Diego artist Karen Tarlton - palette knife impressionism oil painting


Painting a little this morning than I'll go take a few photos of my favorite lunch spot down the road at Sunset Cliffs and see if I can paint another soon in different light.
20x24
Sunset Cliffs Sunrise

Saturday, October 7, 2017

Spring Abstract Painting, Textured Art, Small Oil Painting, Daily Painting, 6x8" Abstract

I enjoy playing around with color, trying to evoke emotion, simply with color.

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Since spring is just around the corner (thankfully), I named this "April Muse".

Turns out, it is actually a 3-D painting, as in places the paint stands out .5" from the canvas.

Hope you enjoy your day!


I found this useful oil paint guide and wanted to share it with you.  


http://wonderstreet.com/blog/how-to-choose-a-brand-of-oil-paint


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