On the easel... Bison Study 8x10 oil on canvas Its almost done, just need to tweak a few spots here and there. This smaller piece is speaking to me, perhaps its the simplicity of it. Used one of my photos from Yellowstone as a reference. -K © http://www.hillcountryimages.comCopyright. All Rights Reserved.Please do not create your … Continue reading New Bison oil painting
A delightful monthly event for artlovers, the first Friday of every month is a wonderful way to spend an evening of ART, Hill Country atmosphere, and socializing with friends in downtown Fredericksburg! Many participating local art galleries keep their doors open late into the evening (often 8pm), for this self-guided tour around town. Each gallery … Continue reading First Friday Art Walk, Fredericksburg Tx
I really enjoyed painting this one. I wanted to create a Hill Country landscape with simplicity, warm tones, as well as cool blue hues. Its been so hot here lately with 100+ degree HOT summer days, I can almost feel a breeze hitting that tree. 🙂 'Lone Oak' 6x8 oil on board • SOLD Its … Continue reading Lone Oak – New Oil Painting! Hill Country Images in Fredericksburg TX
I'm pleased to announce that I am finishing up some new western oil paintings, and will have them hanging at the Die Künstler (the artists) Art Show in Fredericksburg Tx, Nov 11-13, 2016! Join us at the artist's reception, Friday Nov 11, 2016, 5-8 pm! Save-the-date!
New Bison Portrait small oil painting by KWeigand. Fresh off the easel! Update: • Bison Portrait is sold Copyright © 2016 Hill Country Images Fredericksburg TX Please do not print or reproduce artwork without written permission from the artist.
How to take better travel photos. Photographing the outdoors can be a challenge, especially if your on a limited time vacation schedule, and your family is traveling with you. I always have precious 'family time' with my family, but I also like to try & set aside some 'photography time', esp at sunset or sunrise. Often, my family will … Continue reading Take better travel photos of the Texas Coast, by Kathy Weigand.