Tuesday, May 25, 2010

"The Skies at Capitol Reef (Utah)" by Karla Nolan, palette knife oil painting

I painted this art piece some time ago and was never satisfied with it; something about the skies, too flat and lifeless. Don't you think the skies have a lot of life in them? I do. When I was younger and we'd be driving somewhere as a family, I'd just space out in the car, looking at the skies, seeing only blue. I was anything but observant. Yeah, there were a few white clouds around...but just blue and white in the sky. Now my take on it is that artists should be especially observant, but I wasn't an artist back then or even considering becoming or imagining being an artist. The sky was blue, that was that, no more to say. As hard as it is to say: I was wrong! Very wrong. The skies have so many colors in them on a daily basis, it is amazing....light blue, cobalt, cerulean, aqua, turquoise, sea mist greens, of course whites, greys. Looking back now, I realize that there's far more to art and observance than meets the eye, no pun intended! Open your eyes!!!!!

"The Skies at Capitol Reef (Utah)", 9"x12" palette knife oil painting on 3/4" linen wrapped gallery canvas (need not be framed), $215 includes s&h in N. America, Paypal preferred, click button below or write KarlaNolan@gmail.com for more info -- Thanks for looking, too!





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