Wednesday, March 31, 2010

Bartholomew - by Kenneth Wyatt - Standard Print

"I wanted to show what Jesus said about him the first time He saw Bartholomew: 'Behold an Israelite indeed, in whom is no guile!' No deceit was in this man! Innocent, pure-a case of 'What you see is what you get.' There is a tradition which speaks of Bartholomew's pure white robe with a purple stripe. This robe was to have lasted twenty-six years, neither wearing out nor becoming soiled. Upon reading this, I knew I would paint a purple stripe on his robe."
-Kenneth Wyatt

Monday, March 29, 2010

Clearance Sale Extended!

We are extending our Inventory Clearance Sale thru Friday! See you soon!

Thursday, March 25, 2010

March 26, 2010
Fri. 9am-3pm

Herring Bank - Clarendon
1122 College Dr.
Clarendon, Texas
(*artist not present)

Race to the Gate by Kenneth Wyatt

Wednesday, March 24, 2010

Inventory Clearance Sale

Join us for The Kenneth Wyatt Galleries Inventory Clearance sale this Saturday in Tulia, Texas. Hope to see everyone there!

Tuesday, March 23, 2010

Explaining Failure

Explaining why you failed at something really doesn't seem to rate highly on what others want to listen to.

Monday, March 22, 2010

Love Thy Neighbor

My next door neighbor Lyle, who is one of my regular collectors, likes to come to the studio and make a few sarcastic remarks from time to time. At one of my shows Lyle was moving from painting to painting making various comments until he came to one on the wall where he paused and said "I guess this gruesome, strange looking painting is from the school of Cubism started by Picasso?" "No Lyle," I said "thats a mirror."

Friday, March 19, 2010

God as Master Painter

I have always thought of God as The Master Painter. First, He painted the skies, the seas, the mountains, the trees, the rocks and the flowers. Then, turning to wildlife, He painted bears, bees, birds and fishes. He splashed on white for clouds, green for grass, gray for sorrow. And then, to make the painting complete, He added the blood of Christ for LOVE.

Thursday, March 18, 2010


I wish the church would stop having so many "retreats" and have a few "advances".

Wednesday, March 17, 2010

Generation Gap

I first noticed the generation gap a few years ago when I mentioned to my grandson that there was to be an eclipse. The gap appeared when he asked what channel it would be on. The gap widened this year when it appeared on channel seven. :-D


It is my conclusion that motivation comes easily when you are winning; however, the idea of winning needs some thought. Winning is ( at least most of the time) not just conquering somebody else. Winning is the bettering of yourself.

Just a Thought

It takes less time to travel from New York to California than it ever did before, but it takes longer to drive across town to the grocery store.

Mother's Wrinkles

As my mother, bless her heart, grew to be fifty, then sixty, then seventy, and beyond, her face filled with wrinkles. There were many, and they went in every direction. I saw the wrinkles...everyone did, but I saw, too, what years of Christian living had also placed upon her face. That, too, went in every direction. It had been said that a woman has the face she deserves by the time she is fifty.


Poetry is sometimes the best method to say something, in a non-offensive way, that needs to be remembered, emphasized, understood or emotionalized. I guess what I mean is - everybody should write a love poem. - Kenneth Wyatt