Posts Tagged ‘Monet’s water lilies’
February 6th, 2012
“Flowing Radiance,” Monet’s Gardens ©2012 Niki Gulley
12” x 24” textured oil on wrap around canvas
My initial study for a 48″ x 90″ triptych, but I love how this small oil turned out, too! Inspired by Monet’s Gardens in Giverny, France, I wanted to paint a contemporary rendition of his lily pond, which would be flowing with color, light, warmth and energy.
If you’d like more information on this painting, please me at Niki Gulley. Or, if you’d like to create paintings with more freedom and expression, please join me Feb. 18th and 19th for a workshop I’m teaching on “Loosening Up.”
“Loosening Up” Painting Workshop
Feb. 18 and / or Feb. 19
See nikigulley.com/?page_id=13 for details and to register.
Also, Scott Williams and I will be leading a plein air painting / photography workshop in Paris, France this May. If you join us, you too could paint Monet’s Gardens in person! Visit nikigulley.com/?page_id=1420, which goes into detail on our Paris, Italy, and Santa Fe Art Treks. Paris and Tuscany are filling up quickly, so let us know if you would like to come along for one of these amazing trips!