Rough Country (Original) by Kay Reinke

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This oil painting, done mostly with a palette knife, was inspired by travels to Big Bend National Park, as well as the mountains of the west. The mauve colored sky and the orange of the sunlight on the rocks give this painting a special glow.
About the artist:
Art has been a part of Kay Reinke's life since she began painting at the age of 12, when she began studying at The Houston Museum of Fine Art and the Texas Art Institute. The daughter of a journalist, who was also a cartoonist for the Army newspaper during WW II, she was always encouraged in her artistic efforts.

Many of her paintings can be described as being in the genre abstract realism,that is, taking a real object or scene and abstracting it. This allows for the viewer to put him or herself in the scene in a way that doesn't restrict the imagery to a single location or time. She wants her paintings to suggest experiences and feelings in a way that sparks viewers' imaginations, draws them into the paintings and makes them want to stay.

Product Specifications

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Vango - original art from independent artists  
Width
7.0" 
Depth
0.3" 
Height
5.0" 
Materials
Canvas 
Designer
Kay Reinke 
Category
Originals And Limited Editions  
Style
Contemporary 
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Product Description

This oil painting, done mostly with a palette knife, was inspired by travels to Big Bend National Park, as well as the mountains of the west. The mauve colored sky and the orange of the sunlight on the rocks give this painting a special glow.
About the artist:
Art has been a part of Kay Reinke's life since she began painting at the age of 12, when she began studying at The Houston Museum of Fine Art and the Texas Art Institute. The daughter of a journalist, who was also a cartoonist for the Army newspaper during WW II, she was always encouraged in her artistic efforts.

Many of her paintings can be described as being in the genre abstract realism,that is, taking a real object or scene and abstracting it. This allows for the viewer to put him or herself in the scene in a way that doesn't restrict the imagery to a single location or time. She wants her paintings to suggest experiences and feelings in a way that sparks viewers' imaginations, draws them into the paintings and makes them want to stay.

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