Blue Ridge Parkway Artist is Pleased to sell another Print of Most Popular Lake Painting…


Blue Ridge Parkway Artist

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Such a beautiful day!  I hope to get my work done and get outside.  I am indoors so much of the time. 

I am preparing for another painting and it will be a small one so I won’t be so intimidated by the cost of the paint.  Sometimes I practically use a whole tube of $22 white oil paint on one large painting.  That is just one of the tubes.  I use a lot of cadmium red light, too.  It costs $60 a tube. 

Of course, all this is taken into account when a price is established. The main cost of one of my paintings is determined by my time and expertise after working and developing my art since I was twelve. Decades of practice and still learning all the time.  Any artists that are reading this know exactly what I am talking about. 

Anyway, I am pleased to sell another print of my best selling lake painting to a great Maryland patron!  Be sure to click on the link under the painting to see all the print possibilities listed on the right.  Time to get some sunshine!

Smith Mountain Lake   Original 14x 11 Oil painting $338.00

Wall Art Prints and Prints on household items including face masks

https://kendall-kessler.pixels.com/featured/smith-mountain-lake-kendall-kessler.html

 

 

Wildflower Meadow   24″ x 18″ Oil  painting $864

https://kkesslerart.wixsite.com/website/blank-1/mountain-lake-reflections

Be sure to check out my Independent website!  The link under Mountain Lake Reflections  will take you there!

 

I would greatly appreciate a Google review if you like my work!  Here is the link.

https://goo.gl/rV7F9a

Towhee Hill Studio on Etsy

Be sure to check out originals on Etsy! This link will take you to a popular Peaks of Otter Lodge   Painting!

https://www.etsy.com/listing/846204713/peaks-of-otter-lodge-fall-reflections?ref=shop_home_active_20&frs=1

Peaks of Otter Lodge Fall Reflections  Original 40″ x 30″ Oil painting $2810

Please check out Clyde’s book.

The book can be purchased on Amazon!  Here is the link.

https://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_noss?url=search-alias%3Dstripbooks&field-keywords=Fiddling+at+Midnight%27s+Farmhouse  

Fiddling at Midnight’s Farmhouse   Original   Acrylic  painting  NFS

Prints on Paper, Canvas, Metal, and Greeting Cards Available at

https://kendall-kessler.pixels.com/featured/fiddling-at-midnights-farm-house-kendall-kessler.html

If you like my work but don’t have any more room on your walls be sure to check out my paintings on just about anything on my website or Zazzle!  Here is Roanoke Sparkle on a plate!

https://www.zazzle.com/roanoke_sparkle_dinner_plate-115097038660255088

Check out my My Paintings on Ebay 

www.ebay.com/newriverartist

If the address  does not work, put Kendall Kessler in the search!

Thank you for looking at paintings by an artist of The Blue Ridge Parkway

Blue Ridge Parkway Artist, Biltmore Ghosts and The Word Man gets Published Again!


Blue Ridge Parkway Artist

 

mtlakeevecopyrightMountain Lake Shadows   Original 23″x30″ Oil Pastel Painting   $1380

Prints on Paper or Canvas and Greeting Cards Available at   KENDALL KESSLER ART

This was the setting for the hit movie, Dirty Dancing, starring Patrick Swayze!

 

housechesterbrookcopyrightHome on Chesterbrook Road   Original 30″x40″ Oil Painting    $2425

Prints on Paper or Canvas and Greeting Cards Available at  KENDALL KESSLER ART

 

Biltmore Ghosts

 

A while back I wrote about some ghostly activity at the Biltmore Estate.  Yesterday I found out that there was a lot more to the story!

Back in 1914, George W. Vanderbilt died from complications from a surgery he had for appendicitis. His wife was extremely upset. So late at night, in the Library, she would sit in front of the large marble fireplace, and talk with George though he was never really there.

Her servants started to think she was losing her mind. To this day, late at night you can still hear her voice talking with George very softly. Also, you can feel George’s presence in the Billiard Room, and the 2nd floor Oak Sitting room, one of his favorite rooms in the mansion.

During rainy late nights, George would sit and read. Workers report feelings of being watched, apparitions, voices, laughing, & screams. A headless orange cat has been seen by numerous visitors roaming the area between the Gardens and the Bass pond. The Pool Room is also a focal point of unexplainable events. The sound of people swimming echoes throughout the entire lower floor in the dead of night.

Insane laughter can be heard coming from the drain at the bottom of the pool. It is said to be haunted by a lady in black. Employees report hearing footsteps on the second floor. It’s $10 for the small tour and $50 for the full tour of the house. But be sure you stay CLOSE to the guide. Odds are, there will only be 3 or 4 people touring with you.

I got this story from The Blue Ridge Parkway Guide online publication

 

Life with The Word and Bird Man – Clyde Kessler

The Word Man does it again!  This time He got a poem published in the San Pedro River Review fall issue!  The name of the poem is “Gigging and it will be in print!

 

I hope you enjoyed paintings by an artist of The Blue Ridge Parkway.

Wish I were There Right Now!


cropped-marshviewcopyright1.jpgMarsh View at Pawleys Island     Original    41″ x 60″ Oil Painting                  $4290.00

Prints on Paper or Canvas Available at       KENDALL KESSLER ART

 

One of my favorite places and one of my favorite paintings.  I have sold a lot of prints of this gorgeous scene on the marsh side of Pawleys Island South Carolina!