Archive for the Floral Painting Category

Jerry’s Fields

Posted in Fine Art, Floral Painting, Landscape Paintning, Oil Painting, Original Art, Original Oil Painting, Pastoral Scenes, Realism, Uncategorized with tags on April 20, 2009 by Jim Gola, Artist


The painting shown for this installment is simply called Jerry’s field. This field is just below our property in Woodland, Washington. No, there are no blooming flowers at this location of Jerry’s fields.
Over the years there has been everything from beans to corn and now turf (grass).
Jerry’s flower plantings are further up on the northern portion of this field.
So why did I show something that is not there? It is simple.
I can answer that question with a question.
Are flowers more colorful than grass, beans or corn? You bet!


Wild Irish – by Jim Gola

Posted in art, Artist, Fine Art, Floral Painting, Irish Art, Oil Painting, Original Art, Original Oil Painting, painting, Realism, Uncategorized on February 15, 2008 by Jim Gola, Artist

Wild Irish

“Wild Irish” was part of a series of paintings produced after a trip to
Ireland to gather material for a series entitled “Ireland Revisited”, but
that is another story, to lengthy to tell here.
painting was a quick experiment using a new medium I wanted to try
out to see if I could “push” the color without diluting it.
Gamlin’s Neo Megilp was the trick. I will use this medium again.

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Thanks for looking..your comments are appreciated.