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New Winter Palette Knife Aspen Tree Painting by Contemporary Impressionist Niki Gulley

September 26th, 2016
 
“Winter Hues” ©2016 Niki Gulley
12″ x 12″ oil on canvas
I painted these winter aspen trees with palette knife and extremely thick paint. I love how the chunky paint adds to the texture of the bark and the movement in the snow and branches. The painting continues around the edges of the wrap around canvas for a sculptural-like frameless piece of art.
These aspens and birches look great hung alone to brighten up a little spot, or in a grouping with some of my other 12×12 trees. Hang them horizontally, vertically, on a diagonal or stacked. If interested in seeing companion pieces, please e-mail Niki Gulley for options.

 

To see more of my palette knife seasonal foliage paintings, please visit NikiGulley.com.***

Or, if you are in the Dallas, TX area, please stop by my booth at Richardson’s Cottonwood Art Festival this weekend.

Cottonwood Art Festival 
Sat. Oct 1 • 10am – 7pm
Sun. Oct. 2 • 10am – 5pm
Cottonwood Park • 1321 W. Beltline Rd.
Richardson, TX

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New Autumn Palette Knife Aspen Tree Painting by Contemporary Impressionist Niki Gulley

September 23rd, 2016
“Autumn Hues III” ©2016 Niki Gulley
12″ x 12″ oil on canvas
I painted these fall aspen trees with palette knife and extremely thick paint. I love how the chunky paint adds to the texture of the bark and the movement in the leaves. The painting continues around the edges of the wrap around canvas for a sculptural-like frameless piece of art.
These aspens and birches look great hung alone to brighten up a little spot, or in a grouping with some of my other 12×12 trees. Hang them horizontally, vertically, on a diagonal or stacked. If interested in seeing companion pieces, please e-mail Niki Gulley for options.
To see more of my palette knife seasonal foliage paintings, please visit NikiGulley.com.

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New “Winter Hues” Palette Knife Aspen Tree Painting by Contemporary Impressionist Niki Gulley

September 21st, 2016
“Winter Hues” ©2016 Niki Gulley
12″ x 12″ oil on canvas
I painted these winter aspen trees with palette knife and extremely thick paint. I love how the chunky paint adds to the texture of the bark and the movement in the snow and branches. The painting continues around the edges of the wrap around canvas for a sculptural-like frameless piece of art.
These aspens and birches look great hung alone to brighten up a little spot, or in a grouping with some of my other 12×12 trees. Hang them horizontally, vertically, on a diagonal or stacked. If interested in seeing companion pieces, please e-mail Niki Gulley for options.
To see more of my palette knife seasonal foliage paintings, please visit NikiGulley.com.

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New “Autumn Hues” Palette Knife Aspen Tree Painting by Contemporary Impressionist Niki Gulley

September 19th, 2016
“Autumn Hues” ©2016 Niki Gulley
12″ x 12″ oil on canvas
I painted these fall aspen trees with palette knife and extremely thick paint. I love how the chunky paint adds to the texture of the bark and the movement in the leaves. The painting continues around the edges of the wrap around canvas for a sculptural-like frameless piece of art.
These aspens and birches look great hung alone to brighten up a little spot, or in a grouping with some of my other 12×12 trees. Hang them horizontally, vertically, on a diagonal or stacked. If interested in seeing companion pieces, please e-mail Niki Gulley for options.
To see more of my palette knife seasonal foliage paintings, please visit NikiGulley.com.

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New “Spring Hues” Palette Knife Aspen Tree Painting by Contemporary Impressionist Niki Gulley

September 16th, 2016
“Spring Hues” ©2016 Niki Gulley
12″ x 12″ oil on canvas
I painted these spring aspen trees with palette knife and extremely thick paint. I love how the chunky paint adds to the texture of the bark and the movement in the foliage and branches. The painting continues around the edges of the wrap around canvas for a sculptural-like frameless piece of art.
These aspens and birches look great hung alone to brighten up a little spot, or in a grouping with some of my other 12×12 trees. Hang them horizontally, vertically, on a diagonal or stacked. If interested in seeing companion pieces, please e-mail Niki Gulley for options.

 

To see more of my palette knife seasonal foliage paintings, please visit NikiGulley.com.

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New 12″ x 12″ Palette Knife Aspen Tree Painting by Contemporary Impressionist Niki Gulley

September 14th, 2016
“Autumn Hues II” ©2016 Niki Gulley
12″ x 12″ oil on canvas
I painted these autumn aspen trees with palette knife and extremely thick paint. I love how the chunky paint adds to the texture of the bark and the movement in the leaves. The painting continues around the edges of the wrap around canvas for a sculptural-like frameless piece of art.
These aspens and birches look great hung alone to brighten up a little spot, or in a grouping with some of my other 12×12 trees. Hang them horizontally, vertically, on a diagonal or stacked. If interested in seeing companion pieces, please e-mail Niki Gulley for options.
To see more of my palette knife seasonal foliage paintings, please visit NikiGulley.com.

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“Blue Wishes III” New bluebonnet oil painting by Niki Gulley

March 15th, 2013
“Blue Wishes III” ©2013 Niki Gulley
7″ x 5″ textured oil painting
I painted these Texas bluebonnets and 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 5″ gold plein air frames and they look great hung alone or in a grouping!

 

To see more of Niki Gulley’s textured landscape paintings please check out NikiGulley.com,Or, stop by her booth at Art@the Domain, March 23rd or 24th in Austin, Tx.

See artatthedomain.com for details.

E-mail Niki Gulley for more information on her Texas bluebonnet and wildflower paintings.

 

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Aspen Oil Painting commission

March 23rd, 2012
“Autumn Splendor” ©2012 Niki Gulley
SOLD • 30″ x 48″ textured oil on canvas
This commissioned painting was based on an earlier painting that I’d created of this aspen forest, but my new collectors needed a larger, narrower painting to fit their space. They fell in love with the thick texture of the aspen bark and the vibrant color in the fall foliage that I recreated with extremely thick oil paint and palette knives. The completed painting shimmers with gentle autumn breezes and a quiet energy of change coming. Crisp fall mountain air, clean bright skies overhead, a band of slender straight trunks cut bright strokes of white against a dazzling tumble of green, crimson and gold.
E-mail Niki Gulley for more information on her textured aspen and birch oil paintings.

Or, to see more of her work, stop by Art@the Domain in Austin, TX this weekend.

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New Textured Aspen Paintings at Art in the Square

April 15th, 2011

“Autumn Splendor” ©2011 Niki Gulley
36” x 48” textured oil on wrap around canvas

Shimmering colors of autumn: Aspen trees quiver, their light graceful leaves tremble and quake, silver and gold, silver and gold with each light breeze. There is the quiet energy of change coming and vibrant color charges the woods. Crisp fall mountain air, clean bright skies overhead, a band of slender straight trunks cut bright strokes of white against a dazzling tumble of green, crimson and gold.

You may see this painting and more of my textured oil paintings at my booth this weekend at Art in the Square, Booth #J5, in Southlake, TX. Visit artinthesquare.com/default.aspx for details.

E-mail Niki Gulley for more information on my aspen and birch tree paintings.

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Artists of Texas – Opening Reception Saturday

November 1st, 2010

“Autumn Aspens” ©2010 Niki Gulley
12″ x 12″ oil on canvas
I painted these autumn aspen trees with palette knife and extremely thick paint. I love how the chunky paint adds to the texture of the bark and the movement in the leaves, and how the painting continues around the edges of the wrap around canvas for a sculptural-like frameless piece of art.
To see “Autumn Aspens” and more of my aspen series, stop by the Dutch Art Gallery in Dallas this Saturday for the “Artists of Texas” reception from 1-5. Myself and many of the other talented artists will be there to answer any questions and tell you about our work.
Where Texas Finds Its Color
The Artists of Texas – Second Annual State Show
Artist Reception November 6th, 1:00-5:00 pm
November 2 – December 31, 2010
The Dutch Art Gallery
10233 East Northwest Highway Suite 420
Dallas, Texas 75238

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