|Commissioned Art by Joe Ray Kelley.
Welcome to Life Expressions in Fine Art!
Joe Kelley has been recognized in the fine art field and has been recepient of The Director's Award at The Second International Spiritual '99, Period Gallery, Omaha, Nebraska among other awards and recognizations.
Joe’s mastery is in Acrylic Paintings, Oil Paintings covering a large spectrum of Landscapes to Patriotic Paintings to Nature and Portraits. Joe also loves to bring 'Faces and Places' live in his paintings and sketches. Joe has displayed some of his fine art on this online art gallery joesfineart.com and if you like something you can place the order and pay online. Bookmark this page and keep visiting frequently as Joe keeps on adding new paintings and offers special festival deals and offers from time to time.
For realistic art in landscapes he concentrates on the ‘weather factor’ (season, clouds, foliage and time of day or night), which are all factors in the light source involved in the color and shading of the painting. From the initial planning stage of a painting to the last brush stroke provides a pleasure in his life like no other.
Fine art pictures for sale are displayed on Online Art Gallery of Joe Kelley. Joe Kelley, specializing in Acrylic Paintings and Oil Paintings, is always striving to have his Fine Art ‘speak out’ by capturing something unique about human subjects that observers can clearly identify with and relate to; eyes that silently speak volumes along facial expressions and body language that reflects moods and temperament.
Joe Kelley also takes assignments for Commissioned Art and his work is displayed at Exhibitions on national level. Joe's paintings can be found in corporate and private collections from Galway Bay, Ireland to Monterey Bay, California.
I just took a look at your paintings on the Irish-Artists website, [http://www.irish-arts.net/joekelley/biography.html] and I think they are wonderful. The violin player took my breath away...especially since I just struggled through a painting of a violin player myself, and ended up cutting it up and just using a little piece of i”