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Welcome to Brenda’s New Website!

Latest post from the Blog of Artist Brenda Mills Brannan.

Well, hello there, and welcome to www.bmillsb.com! You may have noticed that my website was inactive for a while. That’s because my husband and I moved and built a new home in Jacksonville, Oregon. However, once we settled in to our new space I decided it was time to re-establish my online presence. I found […]

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Finding My “MO”; 3 Studies : Days 24, 25 & 26 of #30paintingsin30days

MO:  Modus Operandi, that is to say one’s artistic style or approach. Three Challenge Paintings. Greetings!  Its Day 26 of the #30paintingsin30days challenge hosted by Leslie Saeta Studios. With today’s painting I’m including the work from the last two days.  And, as I look at the paintings and see the different styles, I wonder about […]

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About An Artist’s Vision Plus New Three Minute Egg Paintings

Artist Vision:  How To See. Greetings!  I’d like to share with you two of my latests pieces in my “Three Minute Egg Series”.  Furthermore, I’d like to talk about how I come up with my artistic vision for a series, using my current paintings as an example. The Good Question. A friend and collector of […]

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About An Artist’s Vision Plus New Three Minute Egg Paintings

Artist Vision:  How To See. Greetings!  I’d like to share with you two of my latests pieces in my “Three Minute Egg Series”.  Furthermore, I’d like to talk about how I come up with my artistic vision for a series, using my current paintings as an example. The Good Question. A friend and collector of […]

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July 2017 at Art du Jour

The Sentry, by Kay Myer

 

July at Art du Jour Gallery

 

Featured Watercolor Artist Kay Myer, and Cammy Davis in Our Salon The Sentry, by Kay Myer Rose BoKay, by Kay Myer Grenache Rose, by Kay Myer

“The gentle flow of beautiful colors fusing together and traveling with generous splashes of water” is Kay Myers’ description of her watercolor style, and she says her “best friends,” her sable brushes, “do most of the work with minimal strokes.” Kay is never at a loss for inspiration and can delight in the smallest things, light on a leaf, sparkle on water, and is passionate about painting nature in her colorful, loose and interpretive style. She has been painting in watercolor since the 1980s and “loves exploring the endless possibilities this medium allows.”

​Kay’s art hangs in collections in Koln, Bachingen and Reinsdorf, Germany; Krems and Vienna, Austria; Ryd, Sweden; Wales, UK, and many states

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Toward Non-Objective Abstraction

Abstraction – What? Early on, I thought I’d explore abstraction.  I had never purposefully studied abstraction and wanted to know what it was about.  I didn’t even know the difference between abstract and non-objective abstract. Defined, or Not. I looked up definitions for abstraction.  Abstraction is the result of a process…and it gets much more […]

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Watercolor Paintings at Good Bean Coffee

Invitation I would like to invite you to come and see my watercolor paintings at GoodBean Coffee in Jacksonville, OR this coming November.  I will be featuring works from my “MsKitty” and “Toy Pony” collections. Thank You I would like to extend a huge “THANK YOU” to Hannah West, curator, and GoodBean Coffee for giving me […]

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Screamer on the Snake River

As I translated a watercolor sketch to oil the painting seemed to take on a life of its own. Believe it or not, the brush actually moved itself! In my shock and awe I barely noticed the flashing lights and loud hums coming from outside my studio. I woke up several hours later and this […]

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Casper Nights

Wyoming is a great place for artists to travel and let the landscape capture the imagination. Under the immense moonlit sky at night, are these towering rocks the ruins of ancient cities? Or just tiny anthills? When perspective shifts, the mind expands, and this work is just one of the results. Price: $175 Media: Oil […]

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NEW TWIST-NEW WORK

NEW TWISTS –NEW WORK   My creative journey has always involved responding to an essential ingredient of an experience and following the threads of that flow to a magical finale. I trusted the collaboration with an authentic source within and … Continue reading

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