Virginia Floyd
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Landscapes and still life scenes are my primary subjects. I paint in my studio from photos that capture my attention, whether it is the glow of the sky, a reflection in water, or a silhouette of trees against a skyline.  

My paintings progress in layers, starting with an underpainting that lays in the basic shapes, and progressing with additional layers of color as the painting takes shape. I use glazes as the final steps to create a luminescence and depth. 

My style of painting is tonalism, with an overall mood of atmosphere or quietness.  They are generally of simplified subject matter, rather than great detail.  I use primarily warm hues with muted colors and soft contours to evoke a quiet, contemplative mood.
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  1. Upper Leon Creek
    Upper Leon Creek
  2. Afternoon Cloud Bank
    Afternoon Cloud Bank
  3. Sold
    Moonrise
  4. Sold
    Fall on Cibolo Creek
  5. Super Moon
    Super Moon