Looking for art in all the wrong spaces…

Sometimes, I feel like I have not seen any real art in a long time. I’m looking one walls, in gardens public courtyards. But wait. There is real art everywhere. These are things that seem almost more like accidental art than art that was planned. Feel free to replay with examples of found art.

This photo was taken on a cold winter night in , we were walking around the neighborhood to look at Christmas lights and this tree, since we are in Southern California, still had some leaves. They were yellows and they seemed to glow in person but in the photo, wow, they really glowed from the the flash. It’s like this tree had it’s own light display.

 

Looking for art in all the wrong spaces…

Sometimes, I feel like I have not seen any real art in a long time. I’m looking one walls, in gardens public courtyards. But wait. There is real art everywhere. These are things that seem almost more like accidental art than art that was planned. Feel free to replay with examples of found art.

This photo was taken on a cold winter night in , we were walking around the neighborhood to look at Christmas lights and this tree, since we are in Southern California, still had some leaves. They were yellows and they seemed to glow in person but in the photo, wow, they really glowed from the the flash. It’s like this tree had it’s own light display.

 

Ducklings

 

Ducklings
Work in progress

This painting is based off a photo of ducklings at the edge of a lake that my husband took for me.  He knows how much I love animals. At least he better know,  we’ve been married 26 years.

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Rough draft never enough guitars

And this is a piece I started for my husband who as you might have deduced,  plays guitar.

 

 

 

Roses in a Blue Vase

 

This was one of my favorite paintings every. A watercolor on paper paintings of red roses in a cobalt blue vase with the shadow of the vase in the background and a ceramic horse head in the foreground
This was one of my favorite paintings every. A watercolor on paper paintings of red roses in a cobalt blue vase with the shadow of the vase in the background and a ceramic horse head in the foreground

Kim Wyatt paints landscapes, florals, horses and other animals portraits and more in a colorful vibrant style she calls Contemporary Southwestern Art