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Thursday, April 12, 2018

Welcome to My Jungle Again Fine Art Print


Welcome to My Jungle Again
Inspired by Rousseau

Fine Art Giclee Prints in Various Sizes Available Here


Commissions Projects Welcome

I loved to do puzzles when I was a kid.
Once in awhile you would see a photo with
several hidden elements in it that you had to find.
I would not give up until I found every single one.

I really like Henri Rousseau and his funny animals
and jungle paintings. I did a lot of research on his
work for this composition. See if you can find the 35
animals that are in this painting. I had a blast painting
this one but with all of the details it was never ending.

This a fun animal art print
for everyone, kids and adults and surely a great
conversation piece.
Have fun!


Here is the list:

White Bird
Squirrel
Robin Bird
Ape
Owl
Giraffe
Hummingbird
Indian Flute Woman
 3 Butterflies
3 Lions
4 Monkeys
Snake
2 Raccoons
Frog
Cobra
Bunny
2 Mice
Cat
2 Parrots
Ladybug
Ant
Caterpillar
Turtle
Big Bird
Dog

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Wednesday, April 11, 2018

Peter Max Inspired Fine Art Print by k Madison Moore


Silent Auction
Inspired by Peter Max

Fine Art Print Here

I think the best part of working on this one is the perspective
and of course painting with Peter Max is surely never
boring. Love him!

• Art Print is printed on 13" x 19" High quality heavyweight Epson Paper
• Genuine Archival Inks.
• Signed and Titled with Gold ink 
• Art Print Ships mounted flat on removable 16x20 white board
• International orders ship rolled in a tube via USPS
(Please see shipping policies)

Commission Projects Welcome 
Contact me with your ideas.

My Portfolio: www.kmadisonmooreportfolio.com
Website: www.kmadisonmoorefineartstudio.com

Similar repaints if you are interested in an original oil painting.


Saturday, March 24, 2018

Marc Chagall Inspired Painting by k Madison Moore Bella My Lover Forever



Lovers Lane - Bella My Love Forever
©kMadisonMoore

Painting with The Masters Series

12 x 22 x 2 Marc Chagall Lovers Oil Painting on Canvas








I remember seeing Marc Chagall at the Philadelphia Museum of Art in the 80’s. I fell  
in love right there. I kept feeling the urge to touch the paintings. They drew me in. The canvases  were huge, romantically lit and full of emotion and passion. I had a head set 
 on explaining each painting as we moved through the exhibit. I was overwhelmed with inspiration and had tears in my eyes at the end of the exhibit. That week, 
I saw the exhibit four times.

Marc’s love for Bella is a true love story and will surely be one of the best.  She was his muse and inspired him forever even after her death. This painting is all about Bella and Marc and portrays how they felt about each other.  Excerpts are my impressions of  
 Marc and Bella from his work as they float through Lovers Lane.


Marc Zakharovich Chagall  6 July 24 June] 1887 – 28 March 1985) was a Russian French Artist- An early modernist, he was associated with several major artistic styles and created works in virtually every artistic medium, including painting, book illustrations, stained glass, stage sets, ceramic, tapestries and fine art prints.

After he married Bella the lovers  sought each other, embraced, caressed, floated through the air, met in wreaths of flowers and loved each other for life.

Bella swiftly became Marc’s muse and continued to visit his canvases for the rest of his life. Famously,  he often depicted himself and Bella flying together, as if their shared joy had such physical force it countermanded the law of gravity itself. 

The Blue Sky in this painting represents the color of Mar’s eyes:

Bella’s influence never went away – it permeated everything he did even 20 years after her death. In her memoirs, Bella wrote of their first meeting: “I was surprised at his eyes, they were so blue as the sky … I’m lowering my eyes. Nobody is saying anything. We both feel our hearts beating.”

Until her death, Bella appeared in some of his most famous works, including “Bella with White Collar,” 1917 which is in the back ground of this painting nearest to the blue sky.
Though Chagall remarried in 1952, his second wife, Valentina Brodsky, rarely appeared in his work, and Bella continued to act as his “Inspirer”—his lifelong muse.

This is a beautiful video of Marc and Bella



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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.












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!
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