OIL PAINTING | LANDSCAPES
"My paintings are an impressionist view of the landscape and flora of Texas. I focus on color, light, and shadow, and I spend hours observing the colors of the sky...the way it constantly changes, from sunrise to sunset. I am fascinated with the Northern sky at sunset and the southern sky at sunrise. I enjoy the light the sun creates on the ground when it's low on the horizon.
I also study bodies of water–the reflections, as well as shadows and light atop and beneath the surface. I love to paint moving water, and capture the way it flows over rocks. The many creeks and rivers of Texas allow me to observe and paint water at different levels, flowing slowly in shallow creeks or cascading quickly over limestone shelves.
I have been greatly influenced by my mentors David Caton and the late Bill Zaner, both accomplished Texas painters. I am also influenced by artists such as Frederick Church, Mark Johnson Heade, Porfirio Salinas, and Julian Onderdonk. The latter two also painted the Texas Hill Country."
— Pauly Tamez
Pauly Tamez resides in Boerne, Texas. He paints impressionist landscapes and still life in oils and watercolor. Much of his time is spent doing studies en plein air from the Texas Hill Country to West Texas, and Big Bend National Park. He is available for commissions, and he welcomes anyone who paints or would like to paint to join him as he captures the Texas landscapes with his paintbrush.
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