Kay Walton Oil Painting Raffle

Painting with beautiful new frame

Congratulations to Vesta D. who won the Kay Walton Original Oil Painting titled “Lone Star Heritage” at our raffle drawing on June 1, 2019!!

Artist Kay Walton with her painting titled “Lone Star Heritage”

All proceeds will benefit construction of the Republic of Texas History Center in Austin, Texas being built by the Daughters of the Republic of Texas.

The painting measures 24 inches x 36 inches and is valued at $5,300. 

The winning Ticket will be drawn by President General Barbara Stevens Saturday, June 1st, in Austin TX at The Daughters of the Republic of Texas Convention. Need not be present to win.

Raffle Ticket prices are:

One Ticket: $25.00

6 Tickets for $100.00

Please click on the button above to pay with PayPal or mail your check to:  Judy Wolfe, London Circle, Breckenridge TX  76424.  

Ticket stubs will be mailed back to the contributor.

Lone Star Heritage by Kay Walton

About the Artist

Kay Walton is a full-time artist who creates paintings of distinction. She is continually inspired by Texas landscapes, especially the beautiful Hill Country dotted with oaks, sparkling streams, winding roads and quaint farmhouses. Kay’s paintings reflect her years of study with many teachers. Classes with renowned painter and master teacher William Henry Earle and with his protegée Carole Pyburn profoundly influenced her development as an artist. (Pyburn had studied with Ray Froman in addition to her years of study with Earle. Both Froman and Earle had received their training from the Art Students League of New York City and went on to illustrious careers in the art world.) It is the art theory they taught which influenced Kay’s work, particularly in the utilization of color and light.

Learning to refine her skill has been a lifelong passion. Kay has been painting professionally for thirty years. Today she is well known for her extraordinary bluebonnet paintings. She is a native Texan with a strong connection to the natural beauty of the state, and she travels often to the Hill Country and other regions to paint and renew her inspiration for new works. Teaching artistic theory to aspiring painters is also a commitment she made twenty years ago. She happily shares her knowledge with others and supports the arts by giving her time to worthwhile causes. Each year she conducts workshops and classes, in addition to her regimen of daily painting in her studio.

See more of Kay Walton’s work at Southwest Gallery.

A BIG THANKS from the Picketville DRT Daughters for benefit of Republic of Texas History Center in Austin, Texas


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