Painting-Oil

Dan Cuevas

Collaborator: Trent Nelson
Printed Canvas, LLC
Chicago, IL
printedcanvas.com

 

Dan Cuevas2018-07-26T19:29:47+00:00

Roger Disney

Tulsa, OK
rogerdisney.com

With long shutter speeds and dusk lighting the artist captures urban photos from around the world and returns home to interpret them in the studio with these large scale palette knife oils on canvas.

Roger Disney2018-07-31T22:11:26+00:00

Nyle Gordon

Ethel, MO
nylegordon.com

Original works on canvas, produced in the studio and on site. I use palette knives, brushes and oil.

Nyle Gordon2018-07-31T21:53:32+00:00

Ali Hasmut

Chicago, IL
alihasmut.com

Oil color paintings of figures, portraits and still-life on canvas, linen and board.

Ali Hasmut2018-07-26T17:53:45+00:00

Nancie King Mertz

Collaborator: Ron Mertz
Chicago, IL
nanciekingmertz.com

Much of my work is plein air in pastel or oil, inspired from Chicago & destinations around the world. As a Master Pastelist, I teach across the US and in Europe and offer pastel products and videos.

Nancie King Mertz2018-07-26T22:36:22+00:00

Chuck Meyers

Pigment
Chicago, IL
chuckmeyers.com

Small outdoor paintings are most often plein air. The largest paintings are done in the studio from my own source material. I use between 12 to 16 colors on the palette. I always paint, a la prima.

Chuck Meyers2018-07-26T19:23:51+00:00

Ken Reif

Berwyn, IL
kenreif.com

Nature themed impressionist oil painting applied to black primed canvas. My goal is to evoke emotion and convey energy to the viewer.

Ken Reif2018-07-26T21:43:46+00:00

Lidia Wylangowska

Art View
Chicago, IL
lidiawylangowska.com

I work with oil paint but I keep experimenting with different textures and materials as well. I choose to paint human body for simple reason: it’s a demanding subject. It requires constant learning.

Lidia Wylangowska2018-07-26T22:01:03+00:00

Daniel Johnson

Chicago, IL
danieljjohnsongallery.com

My body of work is a mix of life like surreal illustrations of jazz scenes, cityscapes and African American history. I choose subject matter that provoke thought and emotions.

Daniel Johnson2018-08-21T16:54:21+00:00

Zu Sheng Yu

Huntington, NY
zsyu.com

Oil on canvas in the realistic and simple style, the emphasis is on the procedure which works with light colors layer upon layer. It is different from traditional oil painting’s heavy techniques.

Zu Sheng Yu2018-08-02T15:08:20+00:00

Rachel Harvey

Rachel Harvey Art
Mt. Hood, OR
rachelharveyart.com

I create oil paintings on canvas.

Rachel Harvey2018-08-02T02:52:58+00:00

Melvin McGee

Green Bay, WI
melvinmcgee.com

I use a layering technique that allows me to build up the oil paints for contrast and bright colors.

Melvin McGee2018-08-02T02:32:32+00:00

McKenzie Fisk

Featured Artist

Beverly Hills, CA
Etsy Store

As kids, most experiences are new, we lived those moments in the present, and simple things brought us the most joy. But this purity is easily forgotten. The paintings of McKenzie Fisk bring us back to those times. While they represent imagined memories, relatable childhood moments allow the viewer to enter and experience the depicted scene with memories of their own. There is no need for a verbal language to understand the work, the visual impact is a silent emotion, a feeling of peace with an understanding and mindfulness of the heart.

McKenzie Fisk2018-08-21T16:22:02+00:00

Jim Dee

Allouez, MI

Geometrical use of the persistent repetition of nature to create patterns of color that invite the viewer to slow down and examine the simple, fundamental beauty in all things.

Jim Dee2018-08-01T23:51:01+00:00

Cat Clausen

Cathee A. Clausen Fine Art
Dwight, IL
catclausen.net

Long Live Lincoln!

Cat Clausen2018-08-01T21:09:38+00:00

Abbie Ansburg

Elmhurst, IL
abbieansburgfineart.com

I work on canvas and wood panels prepped with acrylic gesso. I apply layers of oil paint, modified with liquid alkyd medium, with various brushes and pallet knives.

Abbie Ansburg2018-07-31T23:23:13+00:00