Peggy Kingsbury

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Peggy Kingsbury Posted Artwork 
2 days ago 
Networking by Peggy Kingsbury
12" x 12"
 
 

 
Peggy Kingsbury Posted Artwork 
3 months ago 
Island Sunset by Peggy Kingsbury
11 x 14
 
 

 
Peggy Kingsbury Posted Artwork 
4 months ago 
Night on the Strand by Peggy Kingsbury
9" x 12"
 
 

 
Peggy Kingsbury Posted Artwork 
4 months ago 
Magnolia by Peggy Kingsbury
Oil 8" x 8"
 
My first-ever magnolia painting. It was at Ashton Villa, Galveston TX during a plein air event. It will not be the last!
 

 
Peggy Kingsbury Posted Artwork 
5 months ago 
Abandoned by Peggy Kingsbury
Oil 12" x 12"
 
Abandoned was painted during Plein Air Southwest 2019 in Galveston TX. I was attracted to the colors of rust and weathered paint. Imagine what a life this boat has had.
 

 
Peggy Kingsbury Posted Artwork 
5 months ago 
Taquilas by Peggy Kingsbury
16 x 12
 
 

 
Peggy Kingsbury Posted Artwork 
5 months ago 
Backyard Neighbors by Peggy Kingsbury
9" x 12"
 
 

 
Peggy Kingsbury Posted Artwork 
6 months ago 
Potter Study by Peggy Kingsbury
Oil 12" x 9"
 
This is a studio piece from a photo. Most of the light in this potter's studio was from the windows. I love the quality of the back lighting.
 

 
Peggy Kingsbury Posted Artwork 
8 months ago 
Old Town Spring study by Peggy Kingsbury
Oil 8" x 8"
 
This is a plein air piece finished in the studio. Old Town Spring is a bustling area near Houston Tx. Quaint, mostly old, buildings house shops and restaurants.
 

 
Peggy Kingsbury Posted Artwork 
10 months ago 
On the Wall by Peggy Kingsbury
 
 

 
Peggy Kingsbury Posted Artwork 
12 months ago 
Morning at the Slab by Peggy Kingsbury
Oil 20" x 24"
 
This is a studio piece painted after doing a quick study on location. The Slab is a very popular spot for those in and around Kingsland and Marble Falls TX. It is available at Marta Stafford Fine Art.
 

 
Peggy Kingsbury Posted Artwork 
14 months ago 
Local B and B by Peggy Kingsbury
Oil 20" x 24"
 
 

 
Peggy Kingsbury Posted Artwork 
14 months ago 
Lunch at Grand Central Cafe by Peggy Kingsbury
30" x 40"
 
 

 
Peggy Kingsbury Posted Artwork 
14 months ago 
Blue Bonnet Day by Peggy Kingsbury
Oil 18" x 24"
 
A typical Texas Hill Country scene. This is a studio piece.
 

 
Peggy Kingsbury Posted Artwork 
15 months ago 
Spiritual Experience by Peggy Kingsbury
Oil 18 x 24
 
Stepping out of Insight Gallery I was greeted with this amazing sight.
 

 
Peggy Kingsbury Posted Artwork 
17 months ago 
Harbor Morning, study by Peggy Kingsbury
Oil 9 x 12
 
 

 
Peggy Kingsbury Posted Artwork 
31 months ago 
Hatter, A Little Bit Mad by Peggy Kingsbury
Oil 12 x 9
 
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Peggy Kingsbury Posted Artwork 
48 months ago 
Spring Flowers by Peggy Kingsbury
Oil 24" x 30"
 
This is a studio piece and is available at Brazier Gallery in Richmond VA. Framed price is $3600.
 

 
Peggy Kingsbury Posted Artwork 
50 months ago 
French Godetia by Peggy Kingsbury
Oil 12 x 9
 
 

 
Peggy Kingsbury Posted Artwork 
51 months ago 
Tropical Couple, study by Peggy Kingsbury
Oil 10" x 10"
 
 

 
Peggy Kingsbury Posted Artwork 
52 months ago 
Bolivar Buildings, study by Peggy Kingsbury
11" x 14"
 
 

 



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Kingsbury Studio
, - 281-455-4378

Marta Stafford Fine Art
Marble Falls, Texas -



Biography

An artist speaks from personal experiences, knowledge, and beliefs and rarely gets to "see" the finished piece. The work is completed by the viewer's own imagination and intelligence.
 


Short Version
A native Texan with an Associates Fine Art degree, I have painted full-time since 1999. I am hooked on the process of trying to place my vision of something on a canvas. I want to help viewers see things in a new way. Seeing through an artist’s eye is thrilling beyond words. What a gift that is. Here's an example of why I paint. In Rockport TX, I was with a group of  artists painting in a boat yard. One of the workers stopped by to watch. He said, " I never knew it was beautiful."  I hope my paintings change the way people understand their world.
 
Wherever I am, I prefer to paint from life and I am inspired by painting outside (plein aire) or interiors/still life inside. My style might be called “painterly realism”. A love for travel has taken me to wonderful locations—domestic and foreign--to paint and I have a treasure of reference photos from those trips.
 
Workshop teachers who have influenced me include: Ann Templeton, Gay Faulkenberry, Quang Ho, Scott Burdick, Ray Vinella, and Dick Turner. The legacies of Chase, Sargent, Sorolla, Bongart, Fechin, and scores of others live and inspire through images and the written word. I am a member of the following: Outdoor Painters Society, American Impressionist Society, American Women Artists, Houston Plein Air Painters, Galveston Art League.
 
Long Version
Until the age of ten, I mostly lived with my grandparents. They were hard-working and their home was simple with little decoration and no art. Travel was not in the budget. I don’t remember drawing or having drawing tools as a child or teenager. I didn’t miss these things because they were [...]

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