(note: since multiple people asked me… I started putting painting prices on the website… just click on any picture, and when it expands, it should show the price. always feel free to email me as well — and I will send you a pdf of all available works!) Kyle, you just finished painting a ninja […]
So it’s monday morning. Many of us still have jobs to go to. Ones that we need to drink gallons of caffeine to even have a chance of being able to rip ourselves away from the glory of the weekend. This is where I make a stretch of a connection between the caffeine I have
Check out my snazzy new video. A presentation of all my daily paintings in order. Walk down my memory lane. Thank you for taking the time to peruse my feed. Go to https://kyleart.com for more.
So this is it everybody…. the end of the Daily Painting road. Maybe I will finally get to sleep again. Thank you so much for hanging in there for the past “12” weeks. WHAT? it’s not over?!?!?!? There is still One more WEEEEk of Cr8ziness? head on over to www.kyleart.com/kountdown… all of the old daily
This is from week ten of the paintings. Week twelve is still happening. Don’t worry, just let the flow go. This lovely lady, at the time of the commission was in a production of Romeo and Juliet. She wanted to see my interpretation of the cuh-lassic balcony scene. “Romeo & Juliet: Balcony Scene” 12″
“They Call Me Mister Gorilla” 12″ x 12″ x 1.5″, oil on canvas, all sides are painted, signed on back SOLD I think that the title of the piece says it all. Don’t get Gorilla angry. You won’t like Gorilla when he is angry.
“Squirrel Monkey On Purple “ 12″ x 12″ x 1.5″, oil on canvas, all sides are painted, signed on back SOLD Squirrel Monkeys rule. Basic I like any monkeys that have names of another animal combined with “monkey”. Like spider monkeys, too. And if there were Panda Monkeys and Alligator Monkeys, I would love them
Kyle’s Daily Paintings FINAL WEEK…. MONKEYS! When I was little, I was “Little Monkey”. In high school, I carried around a toy monkey. The chicks dug him, and I dug the pun of them playing with my monkey. That aside, I have grown up. kinda. now I paint monkeys. I do this in hopes that
“CAUGHT!” 10″ x 10″ x 1.5″, oil on canvas, all sides are painted, signed on back SOLD If there’s one thing I learned in my bank robbin’ days… it was that certain outfits, no matter how trendy, should be worn during the caper. That’s one thing I love about the superhero world and mythos… everything