Posts Tagged ‘flowers’

Bach Party AprWe had a WILD Bachelorette Party last night at The Studio.  They were ready to party and paint….and that they did.  Great work everyone!


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Busy Day!

Busy day at The Studio making quilts and painting flowers!

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Great art being made at The Studio this week with our Thursday Kid’s class painting Bees and the Virginia International Academy students painting abstract flowers on watercolor paper.  Beautiful!

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20161226_105456“Mixed Flowers in a Jar”, acrylic on canvas, 9″x12″.  Available for sale $185.  Contact kwalker@kellywalkerstudios.com

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Path Through the Flowers

Having a few days off for the Independence Day holiday let me catch up on a few paintings that I have been wanting to do. This one is from a couple of photos that I took last year while out at Shenandoah River State Park.  “Path Through the Flowers” is an acrylic on canvas measuring 18″ x 14″ and is available at The Studio.  SOLD!


Coneflower Reference


White Daisy Reference

There are some lovely flower gardens around the Visitor Center at the Shenandoah River State Park and I got great reference photos.  You can see more photos here.

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Flower Field

I start a LOT of paintings as demonstration  pieces at Paint Parties but because I try to spend time helping the painters at the party complete their paintings I don’t always have time to go back and complete the one I started.  Yesterday I had a little time to work on one I started last week at our “Finger Painting” Party and develop it further.  The photo on the right is how it looked at the end of the Paint Party.  The shot on the left is where I took the painting.  This one is and acrylic, 16″x20″ on canvas and is available for purchase at The Studio.

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Finger Painting Flowers 2Everyone expressed their creativity last night at a Floral Paint Party.  We used brushes and fingers as we painted these lovely works of art.  It’s always fun to see what people come up with as they design their own works of art.  Great work!

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