Here are two contented cows and one who feels a little ignored! "Feeling Left Out" is a framed landscape oil painting on canvas of one of my most favorite animals, the cow! Having had a cow named Bessie as a child whose milk I drank at almost every meal was true country living! Milk and Cornbread was a staple at my dinner table in beautiful Western North Carolina! As my Dad used to say, "This is God's Country"! Although a city girl now with some city ways, the country does come out on occasion, especially in what I choose to paint for you! "Feeling Left Out" is beautifully framed in a light burled wood frame which compliments the colors and mood of the painting!
Canoeing on a hazy, lazy day, you come across a deserted beach. The water is crystal clear and is both warm and refreshing, It is shades of blues, greens and lavenders. They match the dreamy sky. Time for a little siesta or a cuddle?
are so many shades and hues of green in Ireland, I don't believe that
one could name them all. Accompanied by the grey clouds overhead, there
are subtle, rolling hills, walls of stone separating lots, quaint old
houses surrounded by bushes and trees, wildflowers growing in the green
(!) meadows. What glorious memories I have!
"Green Hills of Ireland", 9.5"x13" original watercolor painting, $135
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Kimberly Conrad Contemporary Artist "Pouring Color Into Your Life" Original acrylic abstract aspen,birch tree painting on 240 lb acrylic paper. This painting will fit a standard 8x8 frame, or may be matted and framed to a larger size. I love seasonal art!! There ares so many wonderful artists that I collect, and want to collect, but one only has so many walls, am I right?? I took to collecting seasonal art a few years ago, and each year when I pull out those special pieces, it is as if dear, beloved friend has come to visit!! Seasonal art is also a wonderful gift to give...:)
Kimberly Conrad Contemporary Artist "Pouring Color Into Your Life" FRESH OFF THE EASEL.....
The Winter Aspens series sell out every year, I paint the minis only during the holiday season.
I take commissions year around, the largest winter aspen piece to date is 4 feet tall, but I can certainly paint them larger!!
Original poured acrylic painting on 6x6x1.5 gallery wrapped canvas.
This little painting is ready to hang on your wall, sit alone, or on an easel.
The flurried sides match the front for a beautiful wrap around finish.
I have always liked the sweep of lines in this one, the energy and definite chill and cold freshness of winter it gives. An invigorating remembrance of a sleigh ride in
Canada when I was very little, we were visiting my Nana's family dairy farm. Biggest snowflakes I'd ever seen. Dad wore a black bear skin coat. Our legs were covered with a blanket. It was so cold but it was wonderful! It's a memory that will stay with me forever. Jonelle T. McCoy
I love to look at the lovely homes in the historic fishing villages of New England. These beautiful old homes carry such a story of life in an old seaport town. This one was particularly special. It had beautiful perennial gardens everywhere. The gardens and the stone walkways were placed with great thought and nurtured lovingly. This house overlooked the water and the boats at dock in the harbor. I'm always drawn back to this place and I imagine the family who lived here waiting for their fisherman to return home.