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Poppy Diptych

March 12th, 2012

“Bursting with Color” ©2012 Niki Gulley
Two 24” x 24” textured oil paintings on canvas to form a 24” x 48” diptych

I love it when we are driving leisurely through the countryside and we come across a gorgeous field of wildflowers. The sudden burst of color thrills your senses! Playing with color and texture, I feel like this poppy painting radiates with energy and captures the joy you feel on one of the first beautiful days of spring. With this series, you can purchase either the left or the right painting to hang alone or display both side by side to form a panorama diptych.

The March edition of American Art Collector magazine mentioned myself and Dallas artist Barbara Mason in their floral section. Picture in the article is “Bursting with Color.”
E-mail Niki Gulley for more information on her textured floral paintings.
Or, to see more of her work, stop by her booth at Artscape this weekend.
Fri. March 16th • 9am – 5pm
 Sat. March 17th • 9am – 5pm
 Sun. March 18th • 9am – 5pm
 Dallas Arboretum • 8617 Garland Rd.
http://www.dallasarboretum.org/artscape

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Miniature Poppy oil painting

July 9th, 2010

Poppy study II by Niki Gulley
5″ x 7″

I created this second floral study to pair with my other miniature poppy paintings. Using palette knives and extremely thick oil paint to achieve texture and dimension. I love the bright, happy colors! To see these floral studies in person, stop by my booth at Madison, Wisconsin’s Art Fair on the Square this weekend. For more details on the show, see mmoca.org.

Visit my website at NikiGulley.com
Or e-mail me at Niki@NikiGulley.com for more information.

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