The “Pink Fluff” Oil Painting by Brenda Will Kidera

The “Pink Fluff” Oil Painting by Brenda Will Kidera


I’m Brenda Kidera. I’m a contemporary realist painter and today
I’m going to talk about “Pink Fluff.” “Pink Fluff” is an oil painting that I did a few years ago. And, it’s one of my favorite paintings of
all time. This painting is a study in pink and red. And, so what I did when I started to paint
this is I put out all of the reds and oranges and yellows in my box, my paint box. And, I let them play. And, so I decided to narrow it down to a whole
selection of those pinks and reds so that I knew how to paint this painting. So, this was just pure joy because of the
intensity of the color. It was just so much fun to paint. This is actually a scene from the J.N. “Ding” Darling National Wildlife Refuge on
the West Coast of Florida. These are Roseate Spoonbills, often mistaken
for Flamingos, but that’s why they are so pink and not more toward the salmon or coral
color that you would find in a Flamingo painting. “Pink Fluff” was in a major exhibition with
the Society of Animal Artists and was exhibited in Parker, Colorado at the Wildlife Experience
Museum and has also been shown in other places on the East Coast. The “Pink Fluff” Series is available at my
website, kiderafineart.com and you will also find more information about me on my new YouTube
site, Brenda Kidera Fine Art.

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