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Sunday, February 18, 2018

Portrait of Frida Kahlo by k Madison Moore


Praying for a Miracle - Frida Kahlo
Forever Frida Series

16 x 20 oil on Canvas

Before Frida Kahlo reached her 25th birthday, she had contracted polio, survived a horrific bus accident and endured a traumatic miscarriage. However, the loss of her baby — compounded by the alienation she was experiencing shaped her artistic vision and propelled her career forward.

Her miscarriage and unfulfilled desire to have a child became a major theme of her work.

The miscarriage also influenced Rivera to change a panel of one of his murals that he was painting at the time. Instead of an agricultural scene the panel shows a baby inside the bulb of a plant.

 'She felt so disheartened because she would have loved to have a little Dieguito, but her dream did not come true.

I wanted this Frida composition to be a combination of Frida and Diego since the child would have been theirs. I was inspired by the three reference photos from their work that I have included below.  This is a very heartfelt painting for Frida Kahlo.



As seen in his mural
by Diego Rivera



I always loved this painting by Diego Rivera
so decided to use the pose and incorporate the flowers.




Self Portrait 1933 - Frida Kahlo 
I thought this to be the perfect face to use for this
painting since she was so young at the time of the loss
of her child.











Saturday, February 10, 2018

Friday, February 9, 2018

The Roaring Twenties Taxi Dancers by k Madison Moore


The Roaring 20's Taxi Dancers 
A fun art print of couples dancing to a roaring 20's big band
and having a great time. Check out the clothes!
Check to out HERE








Wednesday, February 7, 2018

Monday, January 8, 2018

Studying Kandinsky Fne Art Print by k Madison Moore



Studying Kandinsky Fine Art Print
Inspired by Wassily Kandinsky

Various Sizes
For More Info Click HERE

What about the ever forgotten idea of books? Does anyone take
the time anymore to actually pick up a book and read it?  Do you own one?

There is still nothing like the feeling of the paper pages with words and photos
relaying a story. Technology is great but so were the simple times when we all read
books. Someone was here "Studying Kandinsky" maybe using this computer a bit

but also reading books. Love to include them in my paintings. Enjoy!

Saturday, November 4, 2017

Frida Kahlo Portrait - Christmas 2017 by k Madison Moore


Frida Kahlo Christmas Portrait 2017
Forever Frida Series


Every year I try to do a Frida Portrait for Christmas.
This one is for 2017. Love the way it turned out with
all of her heart shaped jewelry too. This would be a
wonderful gift for the Frida lover.

14 x 18 Oil on Canvas, Sides are painted so no frame
necessary. A certificate of appraisal is included in
your name as owner.





Commission projects welcome
If you would like an original oil painting for the
holidays contact me as soon as possible
to get in my schedule

Thursday, November 2, 2017

Wine Label Fine Art Print Inspired by Rene Magritte


Magritte Wine Label
Connoisseur Wine Masters Series

Another fun wine label, wine art print for your kitchen, bar
or any place in your home decor. Would make a great gift
for the wine connoisseur as well. See my other wine label
prints from my original oil paintings from my Connoisseur
Wine Masters Series.

Check it out HERE




Commission projects welcome.
If you see a painting that is sold, contact me about a 
repaint in any size you wish.


Sunday, October 22, 2017

Frida Kahlo Inspired Painting by k Madison Moore


Frida's Kitchen - Frida Kahlo
Forever Frida Series

16 x 20 x 2  Frida Kahlo Oil painting on Canvas

Another fine painting to add to my Forever Frida Series.
Frida and Diego spent a lot of time cooking and making their
meals together in their kitchen in the blue house. 

I love painting rooms and environments for Frida in the manner
that I would like for her. My inspiration came from the photo below of
their kitchen. Frida loved all kinds of decorative pots and dishes so I have
added a lot of different shapes and designs and many of her still life paintings
that were just perfect for a kitchen with all the fruits and veggies and one of
her of course looking over things. So cute that they actually have their names
 on the walls to signify just who's kitchen it is.

She loved yellow and blue and lots of different colors as you can see in her
choice of kitchen set with reds and greens and yellows against the wicker.
Looks like they may be getting ready to sit down and have what ever food they
cooked in the bowls on the table. Hum...wonder what it is?
Enjoy 
Frida's Kitchen












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