Saturday, May 31, 2014

TEXAS COWBOY, NIGHT, PRARIE, HORSE, STARS, 9x12 Oil Painting by TOM BROWN


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"NIGHT RIDER" is an ORIGINAL 9x12-inch OIL PAINTING on a Masonite panel, signed on the front and ready to frame. This painting of a Texas cowboy at night has very subtle nuances of color that really must be seen in person to be fully appreciated.

It is available for direct purchase (with no competitive bidding) in my Etsy store.
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Thanks for stopping by,
Tom Brown

Friday, May 30, 2014

LARGE PALETTE KNIFE OIL by TOM BROWN


HOUSE, TREES, 16x12-Inch
PALETTE KNIFE LANDSCAPE by Tom Brown

This large PALETTE KNIFE LANDSCAPE has thick, juicy strokes of oil paint applied boldly with a knife, adding a rich texture and vitality to the surface of the canvas.
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You may also be interested in my Downloadable Tutorial on Palette Knife Painting. The tutorial is a Digital Booklet with 48 pages and more than 60 full color illustrations. You can view it on your computer or tablet, or print and make it into a booklet.

In it I’ll show you everything you need to know to begin knife-painting right away, and have FUN doing it. And I even include a gallery of additional ideas, images and tips to keep you moving forward.

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HAPPY PAINTING!
Tom Brown

Thursday, May 29, 2014

EL TORO MARINE CORPS AIR STATION 11x14 Original Oil Painting by Tom Brown


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“END OF AN ERA”
EL TORO MARINE CORPS AIR STATION
11x14 OIL ON CANVAS by Tom Brown

This painting features a historically significant subject: a control tower along a runway at the El Toro Marine Corps Air Station.

During the years El Toro was an active military base, every US President in the post-WWII era landed here in Air Force One.

I originally painted this building on location in 2009 during the filming of my TV show, and it almost didn’t happen. The Marine Base had been decommissioned and the land was being converted to what is now the Great Park in Orange County, California.

This tower was scheduled to be demolished soon so we set a date to film this episode for my TV show while the tower still stood. It represented an end of an important era.

When we arrived on the date of filming a work crew had arrived two weeks ahead of schedule and was already demolishing the building. I literally painted this building as demolition was in progress!

I captured it just in time! The original painting from the TV show is in my private collection and currently hangs in my studio. This is an original oil painting that I created from that one, during a recent workshop I taught for other artists. It is available for direct purchase (with no competitive bidding) in my Etsy store. Click here to purchase:

Thanks for stopping by,
Tom Brown

Wednesday, May 28, 2014

$1 AUCTION, AMERICANA, RURAL LANDSCAPE, BARN, ORIGINAL OIL by TOM BROWN

6x4 INCH ORIGINAL OIL
by TOM BROWN
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Thanks for stopping to look,
Tom Brown