Ann Templeton - “Vegetables Still Life” (SOLD)

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“Vegetables Still Life”
Ann Templeton (1936-2011)
Oil on Canvas
Image size: 21.5″ x 27.5″
Frame size: 22″ x 28″


This is a beautiful original oil painting by the late Ann Templeton.

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Ann Templeton

The following information is from Larry Kleinschmidt: Ann Templeton, known for her landscapes and still lifes that combine impressionism and abstraction, paints and teaches seminars about color theory and brushwork. In 1993, she had eight galleries representing her. Her still life's are studio produced, and landscapes she completes "plein air," meaning at the location. She prefers to paint landscapes in early morning or late afternoon when the sunlight casts long shadows. Most of her still lifes have back lighting. Templeton began painting in 1973, and early in her career, her style was realism. She studied oil painting with William Foster Reese in Washington state and with Dick Turner, who taught her to apply thin washes of oil paint in Flemish style. These glazes add the luminosity of watercolor to her work. In Houston, Texas, she studied with Wyn Remy and when Remy died, Ann was asked to take over his classes. She started her own studio in Houston and also has taught at the Carrizo Lodge Art Workshops in Ruidoso, New Mexico. Templeton has displayed her work in the Knickerbocker Artists New York show and Allied Artists of America, and she has juried several major art shows. In 1990, editors of "Artist's Magazine" voted her one of the top 100 landscape painters in the United States. She did a summer show in Marble Falls, Texas in 2000. She has also been a college instructor at various schools including Oklahoma Christian College in Norman, Lufkin Junior College in Texas, and San Juan College in New Mexico.