Color Notes Art Gallery | Color Notes Gallery
The online gallery of Barbara A. Busenbark and Color Notes Art Gallery, Hampton Falls, New Hampshire.
Following in the Impressionist style Barbara Busenbark uses palette knives to create paintings that are alive with motion and color. Multiple layers of color give her work a vibrancy that reveals a passion for recreating the world around her. Landscapes, still life and architectural paintings make up the body of work she has created.
A more delicate touch, watercolor paints bring out the soft side of painting for Barbara Busenbark. Fluid and graceful, the colors meld with the paper in a dance of color and water, the paper providing the dancefloor. While once thought to be a medium for only sketching, It has, over time, come into it's own as a favorite of collectors and painters alike.
“I perhaps owe having become a painter to flowers.”
Not only is Monet one of my favorite artists but I also often like what he has had to say. This quote says it all when it comes to painting flowers. I find myself heading for the easel whenever a bouquet of flowers comes into view.
The kitchen is the center of the household, so beyond it's functionality, it should also be warm and inviting. Kitchen art is fun and decorative and brings a little something extra into everyone's favorite space. Exploring color through fruits and vegetables has been an ongoing project. When I'm lingering too long in the produce isle at the grocery store, you'll know I'm at it again.