Sunday, July 23, 2017

Clock Oil Painting inspired by Dali, by k Madison Moore Watching Time

Watching Time
Inspired by Salvador Dali

Painting with The Masters
14 x 18 Dali oil painting on canvas

I recently painted an 8 x 8 Dali Inspired chair for my new 
Collectable Chairs Series "Take Seat. That painting
 inspired this painting. 
I love when that happens and now from this I have
yet another idea that I may paint at some point.

I love clocks so I love Dali too. 
I found a few titles for his Eye painting:
Subconscious Mind, Surrealist, Dreams, Subconscious.  
He sure did have a strange way of  "seeing things!"

The Persistence of Memory  is one of his most recognizable works. The painting has been in the collection of the Museum of Modern Art in New Your City, which received it from an anonymous donor. It is widely recognized and frequently referenced in popular culture and sometimes referred to by more descriptive (though incorrect) titles, such as 'The Soft 
Watches' or The Melting Watches.

The well-known Surrealist piece introduced the image of the soft melting socket watch.   Dali stated that the soft watches were inspired by the surrealist perception of a  Camembert  melting in the sun.

Salvador Dalí was born Salvador Felipe Jacinto Dalí y Domenech on May 11, 1904, in Figueres, Spain.
From an early age, Dalí was encouraged to practice his art and would eventually go on to study at an academy in Madrid. In the 1920s, he went to Paris and began interacting with artists such as Picasso, Magritte and Miro, which led to Dalí's first Surrealist phase. He is perhaps best known for his 1931 painting The Persistence of Memory, showing melting clocks in a landscape setting. 

The rise of fascist leader Francisco Franco in Spain led to the artist's expulsion from the Surrealist movement, but that didn't stop him from painting. Dalí died in 1989.

If you have an idea for a special painting just for you
or you would like me to design one for you, contact
me with your ideas or the artist that inspired you.

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Wednesday, July 19, 2017

Parrots for Frida

8 x 8 Mini Painting
Wired and ready to hang
Certificate of Appraisal included

Take a Seat Series


Fanciful and amusing oil paintings of
Chairs and Miniature Paintings
with a sense of humor.

Commission Projects Welcome 
Contact me with your ideas.

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Sunday, July 16, 2017

Day Dreaming Picasso Interior painting Inspired by Pablo Picasso by k Madison Moore

Day Dreaming Picasso 

Inspired by Pablo Picasso


Painting with The Masters
Art within Art Series

14 x 18 Interior Oil Painting on Canvas

Sold Commission.

This is an example of repainting a similar painting to paintings

that are sold. So many collectors like painting that have already
been sold but really would like to have an original. My paintings
sell very quickly so my solution is to offer similar to sold paintings
but with subtle changes to make each one an original for that collector.
Many times I use the same title but / the collectors name on the end.

It is amazing how different they can look with some changes. In this 
one I changed the back ground colors and many of the colors in the 
furniture and flooring, added a new floral arrangement as well as
two different paintings on the wall and gave our lady a new face
and clothing and painted the piano black instead of red. This painting
is also larger format than the first.
What a big difference! 

If you see paintings that are already sold and would like a 
similar painted please contact me with your ideas. I can also add
colors and elements that you would like to have or I can design
a specific painting for you.

Contact Me for paintings similar to sold paintings Please feel free to email me with questions or for no obligation quotes. Don't forget to mention the paintings title. Commission Projects Welcome

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Friday, July 14, 2017

Picasso - A Consuming Passion- Picasso Inspired Oil Painting by k Madison Moore

Picasso - A Consuming Passion

Painting with The Masters
Art within Art Series

Inspired by Pablo Picasso


14 x 18 Oil Painting on Canvas

I always have fun working with Picasso. I never
really know what I will come up with. Obviously he
is one of my very favorites. So many people are passionate
about his work. I read that he created over 20,000 works
including his sculptures, ceramics and all the other phases 
of art her was so talented to create. There will be many 
more inspirations for me from his work, I am sure!
Enjoy " Picasso - A Consuming Passion"

Commission projects welcome
If you would like a similar to a sold painting
contact me for details.

Thursday, July 13, 2017

Picasso Inspired Oil Painting by k Madison Moore

Sitting Around with Picasso
Inspired by Pablo Picasso

Painting with The Masters

This is somewhat of a pilot painting for a new series that 
I have been working on. The series will be called
"Take a Seat". I have no idea how this popped into my head but I 
 Have been having a lot fun creating it.
Curious? .... Stay tuned!

Sitting Around with Picasso is in addition to my previous Sitting 
with Picasso paintings that were so popular and the fine art prints 
 still are. I just laughed through this whole painting with 
making the chairs into people. 
Very Picasso! How fun is that!

A great size of 16 x 20 x 2 oil Painting on Canvas
Wired and ready to hang. No frame needed

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Sunday, July 9, 2017

Lights Out - Picasso Inspired Chair Painting by k Madison Moore

Lights Out
Picasso Inspired

Take a Seat Series

8 x 8 Chair oil painting on canvas

Fanciful and amusing oil paintings
of Miniature Paintings and Chairs with a 
sense of humor

Happy 110th Birthday Frida Kahlo Oil Painting by k Madison Moore Pennsylvania Artist

Thoughts of My Life - Frida Kahlo
Happy 110th Birthday Frida 

Forever Frida Series

24" x 24" Original Frida Kahlo Painting on Canvas

I wanted to have this finished by July 6th, Frida's 110th birthday but it
is a large painting and took longer than I thought. It is amazing how she is celebrated.
There are festivals going on all over the US and especially in California where they will
be celebrating her birthday for this entire month so I will be also with  several more paintings.

I am especially happy about the way this one turned out and is the largest 
I have painted Frida thus far. I love the huge Magnolias surrounding her. They were her
favorite flowers. Her signature large jewelry had to be included and I will mention
that the silver is metallic paint and looks great.

Are you wondering what Frida is thinking about?

Below are Frida's thoughts and a copy will be included 
with the purchase of this

Frida Kahlo - thoughts of My Life

My name is Magdalena Carmen Frida Kahlo y Calderon

I was born July 6, 1907 in Mexico City, Mexico. I was the seventh daughter of Guillermo Kahlo, a successful German photographer who emigrated to Mexico from Pforzheim, and of a Mexican- Indian mother. Matilde Calderon y Gonzalez. My father encouraged my interest in art, photography and archaeology. My mother was no so well educated and was also very religious.

At the age of 6, I suffered an attack of poliomyelitis which left me with a deformed leg. Exercise and determination helped me make a good recovery.  At 14 I enrolled into one of Mexico’ s best schools hoping to forge a good education and become a medical doctor.

On September 17, 1925 I suffered a serious injury in a traffic accident in Mexico City and broke my spinal column and pelvis in three places as well as my collar bone and two ribs and a rod piercing my abdomen. My right leg already deformed from Polio was shattered and fractured in 11 places and my foot was dislocated.

I spent the next month in the hospital and another 3 months at home recuperating, followed by 32 operations during my lifetime. My father made a special easel for me so I could paint in bed. During my recovery “I painted many self portraits because am the person I know best.” My prolonged illness gave me the opportunity to rethink my life and become a painter in spite if all my discomfort and pain.

I met my future love and husband Diego Rivera when he painted a mural at my school in 1923. We met again on 1927 and began an affair. Although my mother objected to me dating Diego, mostly because of our age differences, he was 20 years older than me. She felt we looked awkward together as I was only 5’3” tall and 100 lbs and he weighed nearly 300 lbs and was 6’ tall. We were married in traditional Catholic ceremony in 1929.

Melancholia, illness, separation, divorce and re- marriage marked our relationship. Diego was a womanizer and our marriage was stormy. I was frustrated by our marriage so I had several affairs including with the revolutionary Leon Trotsky in 1938. My career as an artist was highly successful and took me around Mexico City, New York and Europe.

Diego and I divorced early 1940 and soon after my health deteriorated. My moderate to heavy drinking and chain smoking and a steady diet of candy exacerbated my infirmity. In the early 1930’s I developed an atrophic ulcer on my right foot and had several toes amputated and eventually lost my leg.

Diego and I reconciled and were re-married on his 54th birthday, December 1940 in San Francisco California. Following the amputation of my leg in 1953 I became a recluse and more deeply depressed. I and was loosing the will to live. I was found dead at home in Mexico City on July 13, 1954 from kidney failure and liver and heart failure. Some believe I committed suicide by taking an overdose of my pills. No-one will ever know accept me.

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Sunday, June 25, 2017

Whooo's in The Attic Oil Painting on Canvas by k Madison Moore

Whooo's in The Attic?

Another Dream come true. I love it when I dream about art and then
execute it as a painting and it works! Sometimes I wish my brain would just stop 
working so I could sleep sounder but most times this does not happen with an insomniac.
It is like your asleep but you think your awake so at least something good comes out of it.

Owls are my favorite birds. I wish I could have a few but it is totally illegal to own
them so I just have to enjoy what I have in my trees on my property. I love to hear all
the who's!

Imagine having a bunch of them and hanging out with them in a big attic under
the moonlit starry sky. Here Mr Owl decided that he would be the artist and paint
portraits of his friends.

My last owls painting was so popular that I am still selling prints
of it I am hoping for the same with this one.

16 x 20 x 2 Owls oil painting on canvas

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Tuesday, June 20, 2017

Dora Marr Painting by k Madison Moore Inspired by Picasso

Thinking Pablo - Dora Marr
Picasso Inspired

Take a Seat Series

Fanciful and amusing oil paintings
of Miniature Paintings and Chairs with a 
sense of humor

Dora Marr, the photographer and painter who was Picasso’s lover and the principal model for many of his weeping woman portraits in the late 1930’s and 40’s. After their relationship ended she suffered from depression and opted to live in reclusion, living in the shadow of the image that Picasso created for her. Picasso said, I could never see her, never imagine her, except for crying. Is Dora thinking about Picasso here?

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Sunday, June 18, 2017

Emotions in Color, Pink Nude Oil Paintings by k Madison Moore

Modesty I and II

Emotions in Color Series

2 - 12 x 16 Pink Nude Oil Paintings on Canvas

These were fun to paint but you would think they would be easy
and they were not. Trying to blend colors in such a narrow space was
a challenge but I love the way they turned out.

I think they look great together but may be purchased separately 
as well. They are very "Modest" and contemporary so they would 
be nice in a living room, bedroom or anywhere.

 Frames are for display only so you can see how they look framed.
   The sides are painted so you really do not need frames. Either way looks great!

Modesty I

Modesty II

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Wednesday, June 14, 2017

Pop Art Painting Inspired by Lichtenstein by k Madison Moore Pennsylvania Artist

Inspired by Roy Lichtenstein

8 x 8 Lichtenstein Oil Painting on Canvas

Take a Seat Series
Fanciful and amusing oil paintings of
Chairs and Miniature Paintings
with a sense of humor.

Another fun, colorful small painting or my new series.
Always love painting with primary colors and Pop Art is
so fun and brings back my comic book days.

Roy Fox Lichtenstein was an American Pop Artist during the 1960's along with Andy Warhol and Jasper Johns. He became a leading figure in the new art movement. His work  defined the premise of Pop Art through parody.

Roy Lichtenstein was one of the most influential and innovative artists of the second half of the twentieth century. He identified with Pop Art, a movement he helped originate. His fully achieved paintings were based on imagery from comic strips and advertisements and rendered in a style mimicking the crude printing process of newspaper reproduction.

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