Wednesday, March 22, 2017

Contemporary Painting, 4 Directions Series “FOUR DIRECTIONS (SOUTH)” by Colorado Artist Nancee Jean Busse



FRESH OFF THE EASEL...

 Original Painting

This painting is part of a new series titled "4 Directions"




 Acrylic on Yupo , Mounted on Canvas Board/Available

 26×20x1/2"

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Monday, March 20, 2017

Contemporary Painting, 4 Directions Series “4 DIRECTIONS - EAST” by Colorado Artist Nancee Jean Busse



FRESH OFF THE EASEL...

 Original Painting

This painting is part of a new series titled "4 Directions"




 Acrylic on Yupo , Mounted on Canvas Board/Available

 26×20x1/2"

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Friday, March 17, 2017

Contemporary Painting, 4 Directions Series “4 DIRECTIONS - WEST” by Colorado Artist Nancee Jean Busse



FRESH OFF THE EASEL...

 Original Painting

This painting is part of a new series titled "4 Directions"




 Acrylic on Yupo , Mounted on Canvas Board/Available

 26×20x1/2"

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Wednesday, March 15, 2017

Contemporary Painting, 4 Directions Series “4 Directions-North” by Colorado Artist Nancee Jean Busse



FRESH OFF THE EASEL...

 Original Painting

This painting is part of a new series titled "4 Directions"




 Acrylic on Yupo , Mounted on Canvas Board/Available

 26×20x1/2"

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Monday, March 13, 2017

Friday, March 10, 2017

Contemporary Abstract Bird Painting "Bird Totem 1" by Colorado Artist Nancee Jean Busse

I was painting bird after bird for an upcoming show with a sandhill crane theme and needed a break! I staple-gunned a piece of canvas on to the back of bookcase in my studio and began painting freely. It makes sense that a bird emerged; after all, that's what I had been painting for months. But what also emerged was pure, delightful color. The blues of the sky, the yellows of sunshine, the reds of heart's blood, and violet-y purples of night sky. ALL birds have a totemic quality for me, but this one, part raven, part harpy, and part serpent is a good reminder to look up, be happy, and remember that the world is full of color and the sky full of life. 


 FRESH OFF THE EASEL....

 60"x27.5" Acrylic on Canvas/Available

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Monday, March 6, 2017

Original Colorado Landscape Painting With Horse, Rider Sheep and Dog , "High Country" by Painter of the American West Nancee Jean Busse

I love painting the Meeker Sheepdog Trials. At the far end of the competition field the sheep wranglers release the sheep at the beginning of each run. That’s what this painting depicts. I love the colors of northern Colorado in autumn; brilliant sun on yellow fields, blue mountains, clear skies… Colorado at it’s most rare and beautiful! 

 Original Colorado Landscape Painting With Horse, Rider Sheep and Dog

 Acrylic On Canvas/Available 12×16

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Friday, March 3, 2017

Original Western Landscape,Equine, Cowboy Painting "Days End" by Colorado Artist Nancee Jean Busse, Painter of the American West

This has been my year of painting the things that fill my soul with loveliness and beauty. The photo reference I used for this painting is one I took up in Kalispell a few years ago. It WAS the end of a long June day, and everyone was tired and ready to go home and call it a day. As the sun was setting and the hands were chatting quietly, these two horses reached out to one another with a nuzzle, and nickered softly. It was all perfectly beautiful. 


This painting won third place in 2-D art at the Women Artists of the West show “WAOWed in San Diego." 44th Annual Women Artists of the West National Juried Exhibition at the Women’s Museum of California, San Diego, CA. May 2 – May 31, 2014.

 Original Western Landscape,Equine ,Figurative Painting


 16"x20" Acrylic on Canvas/Available

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Wednesday, March 1, 2017

Original Landscape Painting,Arches Over Lake Powell "Rainbow Arch" by Colorado Artist Nancee Jean Busse Painter of the American West


Lake Powell was formed from the controversial damming of Glen Canyon. This is a painting of Rainbow Arch, now found by floating up one of the many brilliant, red canyons of Lake Powell and hiking up to the arch. 


 Rainbow Arch, Acrylic on Canvas, 11×14.

 Original as well as Prints available HERE

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Monday, February 27, 2017

Original Wild Cat Painting "Puma" by Colorado Artist Nancee Jean Busse

The MEOW! series is an expression of joy. Beautiful big cats, bright colors, abstract backgrounds. This series was pure fun to paint.

 Acrylic on Cradleboard, 18"x6"

 Original and Prints Available HERE

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Monday, January 30, 2017

Western Landscape Painting, Grand Canyon "WOTAN'S THRONE" by Colorado Artist Nancee Jean Busse



This is one of the more spectacular views from the North Rim of the Grand Canyon. My husband I were there in 2014 with good friends. When I painted this I needed the comfort of painting something small and purely representational. It's like putting together a jigsaw puzzle; I put it together one small piece at a time! And it represents a wonderful memory of good times with friends.

 11"x14" Acrylic on Board/Available

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Friday, January 27, 2017

Original Lake Powell Landscape Painting "The End of Davis Gulch" by Nancee Jean Busse Painter of the American West

                               


 Lake Powell is a magically beautiful place. The Glen Canyon dam was completed in 1966 in spite of the impassioned protests of environmentalists, naturalists, historians, and archeologists. There is still much controversy, and it is estimated that approximately 8% of the Colorado River’s water is lost due to evaporation and seepage from Lake Powell. Lake Powell is a popular recreation and houseboating destination now. My husband and I went to Lake Powell in 2008. We floated into the silent canyons on glassy, still water, thinking of what was beneath us. The skies were crystal clear and the night sky was black and filled with stars that were reflected on the still water. Davis Gulch is one of the hundreds of canyons in Lake Powell. This was where the final sighting of Everett Reuss took place in 1934.

 Acrylic 48"×60"  Available HERE

 Prints are also available HERE

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