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Palette Knife Iris Painting by Contemporary Impressionist Niki Gulley

March 30th, 2018
“Flowing into Spring III” ©2018 Niki Gulley
24″ x 12″ textured oil painting on wrap around canvas • Lee Park, Dallas
Framed in a 2″ espresso floater frame

 
Painted on location at Lee Park in Dallas, I loved how the irises signaled that spring was in full bloom. Standing tall, anchoring this corner of the creek these purple blooms lead your eye up through the canvas, along the water’s edge to the stone bridge in the distance. The soft light adds to the peacefulness of this tranquil spot, and I hope all of your cares are transported away while lifting your spirits.

  
To see more of my palette knife contemporary landscape paintings, visit nikigulley.com.
E-mail – Niki Gulley

 

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“Visions of Azaleas” Palette Knife Oil Painting by Niki Gulley

March 5th, 2018
“Visions of Azaleas” ©2018 Niki Gulley
24″ x 12″ textured oil painting on wrap around canvas
 
Painted on location, I set up my easel in front of these prolific azalea bushes along Turtle Creek near my home. The vibrant pinks and fuchsia were so full of life set against the cool green leaves, that I wanted to capture not only that vivid spring color but also the elegant sycamore tree in the distance with its speckled white bark.  Contrasting the height of the vertical tree against the horizontal blooms, I chose this vertical panoramic canvas, and repeating shapes throughout creates a harmony to the overall scene. Painted with palette knife and lots of texture, I hope you can feel the beauty and energy of a perfect spring day.

“Visions of Azaleas” along with several of my contemporary impressionistic landscape paintings are available through Seaside Gallery in Pismo Beach, CA. To contact them about this painting, please follow the link below.

Seaside Gallery
580 Cypress Street
Pismo Beach, California
(805) 773-8057
theseasidegallery.com***

To see more of my palette knife contemporary landscape paintings, visit nikigulley.com.
E-mail – Niki Gulley

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“Flowing into Spring” Palette Knife Painting by Contemporary Impressionist Niki Gulley

March 2nd, 2018
“Flowing into Spring” ©2018 Niki Gulley
24″ x 12″ textured oil painting on wrap around canvas
 
I painted this scene from the Dallas Arboretum on location a few weeks ago when the weather was beautiful and the spring buds were in full bloom. I love tulips being one of the first flowers to announce that winter has officially ended, so I focused on these colorful red and white striped ones in the foreground, which contrast so well against the complimentary green leaves and grasses. I also liked how their height leads you back into the distant flower beds and onto the Degolyer house in the background, so I chose this vertical panorama format to accentuate that feeling. Loaded with thick oil paint, texture and movement, I hope you can feel the joy that spring is in the air!“Flowing into Spring” along with several of my contemporary impressionistic landscape paintings are available through Seaside Gallery in Pismo Beach, CA. To contact them about this painting, please follow the link below.

Seaside Gallery
580 Cypress Street
Pismo Beach, California
(805) 773-8057
 
To see more of my palette knife contemporary landscape paintings, visit nikigulley.com.
E-mail – Niki Gulley

 

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Palette Knife Iris Painting by Contemporary Impressionist Niki Gulley

September 20th, 2017
“Flowing into Spring III” ©2017 Niki Gulley
24″ x 12″ textured oil painting on wrap around canvas • Lee Park, Dallas

 
Painted on location at Lee Park in Dallas, I loved how the irises signaled that spring was in full bloom. Standing tall, anchoring this corner of the creek these purple blooms lead your eye up through the canvas, along the water’s edge to the stone bridge in the distance. The soft light adds to the peacefulness of this tranquil spot, and I hope all of your cares are transported away while lifting your spirits.

 
 
To see more of my palette knife contemporary landscape paintings, visit nikigulley.com.
E-mail – Niki Gulley

 

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“Visions of Azaleas” Palette Knife Oil Painting by Niki Gulley

September 6th, 2017
“Visions of Azaleas” ©2017 Niki Gulley
24″ x 12″ textured oil painting on wrap around canvas
 
Painted on location, I set up my easel in front of these prolific azalea bushes along Turtle Creek near my home. The vibrant pinks and fuchsia were so full of life set against the cool green leaves, that I wanted to capture not only that vivid spring color but also the elegant sycamore tree in the distance with its speckled white bark.  Contrasting the height of the vertical tree against the horizontal blooms, I chose this vertical panoramic canvas, and repeating shapes throughout creates a harmony to the overall scene. Painted with palette knife and lots of texture, I hope you can feel the beauty and energy of a perfect spring day.

 
To see more of my palette knife contemporary landscape paintings, visit nikigulley.com.
E-mail – Niki Gulley

 

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New “Texas Treasures III” Bluebonnet oil painting series by Niki Gulley

June 14th, 2017
“Texas Treasures III” ©2017 Niki Gulley
7″ x 5″ textured oil painting
 
I painted these bluebonnets and Texas wildflowers with extremely thick oil paint and palette knives to achieve depth and texture. The resulting image comes to life and is loaded with color and energy. In this wildflower series, I’ve framed the paintings in 6″ espresso frames and they look great hung alone or in a grouping like pictured below!
 
 
For more information on my “Texas Treasures” series and more of my Texas hill country landscape paintings, please see my new works at the Good Art Company Gallery in Fredericksburg, goodartcompany.com/gac/.
 
To see more of Niki Gulley’s textured landscape paintings please check out NikiGulley.com,
 
E-mail Niki Gulley for more information on her Texas bluebonnet and wildflower paintings.

 

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New “Texas Treasures II” Bluebonnet oil painting series by Niki Gulley

June 7th, 2017
“Texas Treasures II” ©2017 Niki Gulley
7″ x 5″ textured oil painting
 
I painted these Texas bluebonnets and Indian Paintbrush with extremely thick oil paint and palette knives to achieve depth and texture. The resulting image comes to life and is loaded with color and energy. In this wildflower series, I’ve framed the paintings in 6″ espresso frames and they look great hung alone or in a grouping like pictured below!
 
 
For more information on my “Texas Treasures” series and more of my Texas hill country landscape paintings, please see my new works at the Good Art Company Gallery in Fredericksburg, goodartcompany.com/gac/.
 
To see more of Niki Gulley’s textured landscape paintings please check out NikiGulley.com,
 
E-mail Niki Gulley for more information on her Texas bluebonnet and wildflower paintings.

 

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New “Texas Treasures” Bluebonnet oil painting series by Niki Gulley

May 31st, 2017
“Texas Treasures” ©2017 Niki Gulley
7″ x 5″ textured oil painting
 
I painted these bluebonnets and Texas wildflowers with extremely thick oil paint and palette knives to achieve depth and texture. The resulting image comes to life and is loaded with color and energy. In this wildflower series, I’ve framed the paintings in 6″ espresso frames and they look great hung alone or in a grouping like pictured below!
 
 
For more information on my “Texas Treasures” series and more of my Texas hill country landscape paintings, please see my new works at the Good Art Company Gallery in Fredericksburg, goodartcompany.com/gac/.
 
To see more of Niki Gulley’s textured landscape paintings please check out NikiGulley.com,
 
E-mail Niki Gulley for more information on her Texas bluebonnet and wildflower paintings.
 

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“Hill Country Retreat” Texas Bluebonnet Painting by Niki Gulley

May 15th, 2017
“Hill Country Retreat” ©2016 Niki Gulley
SOLD • 9″ x 12″ textured oil painting
 
Just sold! I painted these Texas bluebonnets at a plein air painting workshop I was leading in Fredericksburg, TX. I loved the pop of red on the flag flying off this cabin’s back porch in contrast to the vibrant cobalt bluebonnets. Working with palette knife and thick oil paint, this Texas landscape is loaded with texture, color and movement!
 
To see more of Gulley’s palette knife landscape paintings please check out NikiGulley.com.To find out more about upcoming Plein Air Painting Classes and Art Treks, visit nikigulley.com/artreks.

For more information on my Texas bluebonnet and wildflower paintings, please e-mail Niki Gulley.

 

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“April’s Bounty” Palette Knife Oil Painting by Texas Artist Niki Gulley

May 1st, 2017
“April’s Bounty”  ©2016 Niki Gulley
SOLD • 24″ x 36″ textured oil painting on wrap around canvas
 
Just Sold! Inspired by a trip to the hill country, I wanted you to feel the warmth and beauty on this perfect spring day. Painted with thick oil paint and palette knives to achieve extreme texture, the resulting image comes to life and is loaded with color, movement and energy. Using thick oil paint and palette knives, I arranged the bluebonnets and Indian Paintbrush diagnonally to create energy and movement, keeping your eye traveling from blossom to blossom. Choosing soft golds and violets for the background creates contrast against the foreground grasses and adds a warmth to the overall scene so that you feel the joy and serenity of being immersed in the Texas hill country.
 
For details on April’s Bounty and more of my Texas landscape paintings, please see my new works at the Good Art Company Gallery, goodartcompany.com/gac/. I am honored to be one of their featured artists this month, and I hope you can visit with me at the artist reception tonight, March 4th.
 
To see more of my palette knife contemporary landscape paintings, visit nikigulley.com.

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