Saturday, May 29, 2010
My current show, "Views from Towhee Hill" at Glencoe Museum in Radford, VA is going very well. So far, three paintings have sold. I am always pleased to place my paintings where they will be appreciated. I am especially pleased that "Near Purgatory" has found a home. This painting of a ridge on the Blue Ridge Mountains near Purgatory has a wonderful surface and beautiful atmosphere. The intense, intricate, brushwork and sensuous surface of this painting make the viewer want to touch it. The other two paintings that sold are "Poppy View" and "Wildflowers by a Blue Ridge Sunset" - two more beautiful scenes from this wonderful mountain region. I never tire of expressing my emotional reaction to the beauty around me in these paintings. They have lives of their own.
Thursday, May 20, 2010
I recently posted two new paintings on ebay that I am very excited about. I intend to enter online images of one of them in competitions. It is one of the best paintings I have ever done. "A Naturalist" is an intense portrait of my husband. The color contrast, brushwork, and spacing are wonderful.
The other painting, "Bottom Creek", is a waterfall in Montgomery County. The sensitive color modulation and light effect on the water make this painting a wonderful visual experience.
Be sure to check out these items on ebay. Just put Kendall Kessler in the search.
Monday, May 3, 2010
About twelve more hours on "Radford Flower Garden" on ebay. This painting has received over a thousand hits on my website and will light up your home or office. I've said it before and I will say it again. I am a hard-working, serious artist but I can't eat my paintings and I can't take them with me. I am determined to find homes for them. Fourteen states and counting. All of my patrons have come back for more. One great patron in Blacksburg owns four of my large ones and would buy more if she had the room. Her beautiful home is practically my gallery.
Be sure to check out the auction!