This brass Tibetan mediation bell has been with me for a very long while, so I wanted to immortalize its brassy color next to reds. Brass always looks great with red! This piece is painted on a gessoed panel with foam core backing and will need a frame for display.

- Katherine Taylor

Tibetan Singing Carnations

Oil painting on composite board

Signed on front and back

11" h x 14" w x .5" d
0 lbs. 8 oz.



Katherine Taylor
Bend, Oregon

Getting to Know Katherine

Katherine draws upon multiple art historical traditions to create her vibrant oil paintings. She began her artistic training in the Old Masters style, but eventually began to integrate Baroque Realism, Classical Naturalism, and Russian Impressionism influences into her work. Katherine’s paintings are luminous articulations of light and shadow through her use of chiaroscuro, the Italian Renaissance technique that uses strong tonal contrasts. “I was very enamored of Caravaggio when I visited Italy,” says Katherine. “I know it's almost a cliché to hear artists say they are painting the light, but it's true, that's what I feel I am trying to capture, a sense of brilliant luminosity coming out of darker places.”