Tumbling Stairs and Bougainvillea

I happened to come across this. Beautiful!

Mikki Senkarik

The building, as well as the stairways tumbling down the hillside below the foreground terrace, are now added. Pickets of the Cobalt Blue gate, cast their shadows on the wall adjacent to the opening. Notice how the wall becomes cooler, or more blue, as it descends down the hill. This helps to give the feeling of the steep steps going down. Please remember as you read through my post, you may click on any of the pictures to see them larger.

The Bougainvillea at the top of the stairway is blocked in with Permanent Rose + White. The vibrant pink glows against the azure water in the distance.

The white stucco walls are all made of mixes, in different proportions of White + MUD (2 parts Ultramarine Blue + 1 part Alizarin Crimson) and White + MUD + Ultramarine Blue. The sunny portion of the wall has more White in…

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Another Sale of a Favorite Mountain Oil Painting

Be sure to check this work out!

Kendall Kessler Art

Bull Mountain Original 14″ x 11″ oil painting SOLD

Wall Art Prints and Prints on just about anything are available at this link


Well, we did dodge the virus! Yea! Only two of the wedding guests contracted Covid and they are feeling better.

My mother-in-law is not doing so well. She refused to get the vaccine and now has Covid. She has been in the hospital since lastWednesday and she is very ill. Her blood oxygen is still too low so hopefully it will be up soon. She is on oxygen and that should help.

On a brighter note, I am so pleased to sell another mountain painting to a great Virginia patron! Bull Mountain is one of my favorite impasto oil paintings and I am sorry to see it go but, like I always say, I live to paint but I can’t take them with me…

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