Landscape Paintings Bastrop TX and the Lost Pines

Landscape Paintings from Little Piney

The oil paintings below are my original paintings from Little Piney in Bastrop and the Lost Pines.  The fields, trees, and water, the seasonal changes, and the varied light from morning to afternoon offer constant inspiration.  Of late, I have been exploring the  contrast between the strong lines of the pine trunks and soft vegetation, the dark or soft shadows that shift throughout the day, and the addition of wildlife into the landscape.

Most of these oil paintings are available for purchase.  Contact me for details and prices.

Oil painting by Bastrop artist
Ancient One
Last Light, Oil on Canvas
Piney Creek, Early Fall, Oil on Canvas, 36×48, 600.
After the Fire, Bastrop State Park, Oil on Canvas, 24 x 48, 600.
Fall Reflections, Oil on Canvas, 30×40, 450.
First Light, Oil on Canvas. 11×14

Landscape Painting Bastrop TX, Oil, 24 x 36
Piney Creek Opening, 30 x 40,  500.
Landscape Painting Bastrop TX
Leaning In, Oil, 30 x 40, On loan to City of Bastrop

 

SOLD Creekside II, Oil on Canvas
Piney Creek Invitation II
Piney Creek Invtiation I, Oil, 24 x 36, 300.
Piney Creek Invtiation II, Oil, 24 x 36, 350.

 

Online Gallery of Landscape Paintings Bastrop TX and the Lost Pines

SOLD Morning Walk, Oil on canvas, 12×16

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Looking Back, Oil on Canvas, 18 x 24
Three Crows, Oil by Tammy Brown
SOLD Three Crows, Oil on Canvas
Fall Lake, Oil on Canvas, Landscape Paintings Bastrop TX Lost Pines
Fall Lake

 

Oil on canvas, 12X12,,Landscape Paintings Bastrop TX Lost Pines
SOLD Blue Heron Morning II
Oil on canvas, 18x24, Tammy Brown, 2015,Landscape Paintings Bastrop TX and the Lost Pines
Deer at Dragonfly Pond
Oil on canvas, 12 x 48, by Tammy Brown, 2015, Landscape Paintings Bastrop TX and the Lost Pines
Creekside, Oil on Canvas

 

Morning Glorious, Oil on canvas, 11x14, Tammy Brown, 2015, Landscape Paintings Bastrop TX and the Lost Pines
Morning Glorious

 

 

Pine Grove, Landscape Paintings Bastrop TX and the Lost Pines
Pine Grove I

 

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3 Comments

  1. Tammy, Congratulations on your first anniversary. I can’t believe it had only been a year: so much has happened & you have learned & accomplished so much!

    It was such a visual treat just now to see all your paintings & photographs – you are flowing with creativity!

    Much love xOx lisa

  2. I’m interested in how your Tal-Ya trays are working out. We’re going to try out 15 trays with tree tubes on Honey Locust, Chi, Oak, & Pistachio. The trees & trays are going on our Permaculture project in S.E. Az.

    1. Hi Wayne,
      The Tal-ya trays work really well. Our trees made it through a very hot, dry summer with supplemental water on weekends only, often less than once per week, and no supplemental watering after August. We do have heavy dew at our place every morning. I just planted 3 more little trees after a second order of the trays. I know Arizona is dryer than Central Texas, but they did work very well here. Good luck with your project!
      Tammy

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