|Blind Light, Dallas West End – pastel – 12″ x 18″
© Niki GulleyAnother one of my adventures to the Dallas West End brought me to this scene. The light patterns and the lone guy walking away drew me in. I really like the way the colors fade in the distance. The leading lines put you right on the street.
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Please visit my website at NikiGulley.com to see more of my pastels and oil paintings of contemporary art. Or plan to attend this upcoming tour:
White Rock Artists Studio Tour
Sat. Oct. 11 • 10am – 5pm
Sun. Oct. 12 • 10am – 5pm
|“Shift Change, Dallas West End – Pastel 12″X18″
© Niki Gulley
|“Lucky’s Cafe” Dallas, TX – pastel 12″X18″
© Niki Gulley
Every once and a while, it’s nice to share a little home-town spirit. Coming from Dallas, I thought it would be nice to capture a local favorite, Lucky’s Cafe, on Oaklawn Ave. Even outside, you can feel the energy that emanates from within and cuts through the heavy blanket of night.
|Dining al Fresco, Venice – 12″X18″ Pastel ©2014 Niki Gulley|
Pastel 24” x 36”
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This is a quiet, protected creek by our house that I like escaping to when I need a break from city life. On this perfect autumn day, there was the gentlest of breezes rustling the leaves, the vibrant fall foliage was at its peak and the only sounds to be heard came from the trickling of the nearby waterfall and the birds’ sweet melodies.
with Niki Gulley and Scott Williams
On the last day of our Provence Art Trek, we decided to stay right at our b and b to paint since it was so beautiful. Meanwhile the photographers explored the nearby area, and others relaxed with a morning massage at a nearby spa. Choosing what to paint was a challenge since the grounds are so picturesque. Myself and another painter set up our easels by this lovely lavender-lined Provencal home, while another chose to paint the rose-filled courtyard and another set up by the ancient Roman bridge on the back of the property. It was a gorgeous morning and everyone’s paintings turned out great!