Fine Art Painting

Kansas Sunset 2

16″ x 12″ Acrylic on canvas. ©2017 Brian M. White
Available.

Sunset caught in March 2017 just west of Lawrence, KS.

Bruce

36″ x 24″ Acrylic on canvas. ©2017 Brian M. White
Collection of Patrick and Molly Fritzel

Painting Commission for a family that lost their 13 year old Labrador “Bruce”. Worked with the client to produce a photoshopped rendering of the pond Bruce played in. Added my sunset flair photography and blurred and mimicked it in the pond water. They wanted a more impressionistic approach. The client was thrilled and it went well throughout each stage.

Reflections

20″ x 20″ Acrylic on canvas ©2016 Brian M. White. Available for purchase.

This is a sunset over a lake I found that I fell in love with, I enhanced the clouds and the color to make it feel like an “other worldly” sunset.

Kansas Sunset

36″ x 36″ Acrylic on canvas ©2016 Brian M. White.
Collection of Nate and Sarah Clark.

Sunset over Wichita. The image I worked from was Shot by Star White my cousin’s wife. She caught a beatiful sunset in 2015 on instagram and I asked if I could paint it. I really enjoyed the colors and abstracting the shapes.

Smokey Mountains

36″ x 36″ Acrylic on canvas ©2016 Brian M. White. Collection of Artist.

Rocky Mountain National Park

36″ x 36″ Acrylic on canvas ©2015 Brian M. White. Framed by Ed White. Available.

My wife and I celebrated our 17th Anniversary in 2016 and we were able to take a trip to RMNP. We snow shoed up to Mills Lake and other local areas. I was able to capture this area (the valley) just after the clouds has blown through. The majesty of this place, inspired this piece.

A Winter’s Memory

20″ x 20″ Acrylic on canvas ©2016 Brian M. White.
Collection of Ed and Peggy White.

This piece grew out of a memory from my childhood home. I was looking through the squares on the window (Muntin’s) and I pressed my hand on the glass in the middle of winter. This front window looks out over a big Oak Tree and the panes of the glass were frosted with ice and snow flakes. I created seven different linoleum block print “stamps” to create the effect of snow on the glass. I ended up giving this unique piece to my mom for her 70th birthday which was special.

Sunrise

24″ x 20″ Acrylic on canvas ©2016 Brian M. White. Available.

Sunrise West of Lawrence on the hills near Clinton Lake.

The Kaw

24″ x 20″ Acrylic on canvas ©2016 Brian M. White. Available.

A friend took a stunning shot of the Kaw with his phone and I was surprised to see it blue. I used a new brush technique for this painting and felt like it gave it energy.

Prairie Elf Christmas

36″ x 36″ Acrylic on canvas ©2016 Brian M. White. Available.

Every year we as a family go to a farm and pick out a Christmas tree. The past few years we have visited Prairie Elf Christmas Tree Farm just South West of Town near Lonestar Lake. I shot a photo of the sun setting that was filled with the December colors that I love. The black contrast on the bottom of the painting is the silhouette of the maize field.

Khairos: Touching Hands

24″ x 20″ Acrylic on canvas ©2016 Brian M. White. Available.

Interesting story behind this painting. If you catch me at a show, please ask me about it.

Hunting Island

8″ x 8″ Acrylic on canvas ©2016 Brian M. White.
Collection of Lorrie and Tony Lowe

Idyllwild

20″ x 20″ Acrylic on canvas ©2016 Brian M. White. Available.

This piece was inspired by a year of college that I spent at Biola college in California. My friends and I would want to get out of the city and we would venture out to Idyllwild. We had a few great weekends of camping out under the stars (literally) and viewing amazing sunsets. The desert does amazing things to the sunsets and gives off unique colors especially purple and orange.

Divided

8″ x 8″ Acrylic on canvas ©2016 Brian M. White. Available.

A political piece that speaks into the divided nature of the political parties, the country, and the friends and families that have different views.

Kansas Scissortail

20″ x 20″ Acrylic on canvas ©2015 Brian M. White. Available.

Western Kansas Scissortail on barbed wire.

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