Oil

A collection of my favourite oil paintings:

The Sharp Series:

The Nature Series:

If you were to leave a comment I would really appreciate it!

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31 thoughts on “Oil

    1. Thank you, Anna! I really appreciate it 🙂 Oils was the medium I started out painting with in 2015, and the medium I’ve spent the most time on by far. I’m very glad you like them 🙂

      1. I have to go with Day in the Park. Having once been a young girl myself I would have loved to be there. Your work on the greenery is terrific. Something in the Sky has to be second place. I guess I’m into green. It isn’t easy to get away with a green sky. (I want to try it sometime.) Third is the palm tree. I’m very fond of palm trees. I’m very fond of beaches. Your beach paintings are nice but somehow too empty. Is that why you are doing boats on the beach now?

      2. Thank you for all your kind words! 🙂 I do think green may be your colour 😀

        Since oils were my first medium I didn’t really have the skill or courage to add much details to my paintings. Especially adding people were a very scary thought, since it could end up ruining the whole painting. I think adding boats – and some people here and there – is my way of taking it a step further. I’ve seen a lot of tutorials by Tim Wilmot, which I think has done an impact on my style 🙂

    1. Thank you, Steve 🙂 Your oil paintings looks great 🙂 I think the colours look pretty vivid, yes. But I started using them really early on, so I can’t really say that I thought to much about the oil colours when I used them 🙂

  1. I figured it would be easier to comment here rather than on every individual painting in this gallery~ You are extremely talented, good sir! I see you also have quite the affinity for nature… it works very much to your advantage! Have an excellent day!

    1. Thank you so much! I really appreciate this ☺ Nature and landscapes are the inspiration for most of my paintings, mixing in an increasing amount of people and urban objects. There is nothing that beats raw nature, though ☺

  2. Hi Kim. You’ve just liked some of my own paintings, so I thought I would check out your page. I think you’re doing an amazing job for someone that is learning from scratch. I think your watercolours are your strongest works: you should develop these. How do you paint? Outdoors from observation? I look forward to following your progress x

    1. Hello, Jonathan! And thank you for visiting 🙂 Yes, I did check out some of your paintings. You have a very interesting and original style. I also like the way you’ve managed your website 🙂

      And thank you for your kind words, by the way! I’m very glad you like my watercolours. That’s the medium I enjoy the most, but I don’t always find the time for it. I’ll keep painting as much as I can, though 🙂

      I’ve never painted outdoors, even though I bet it’s a whole new experience. I just make up stuff in my head, or get inspired by different photos or artwork I see online.

      I should get outside the door, though, I just don’t have the confidence for it yet 🙂

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