Pre-2000 Paintings are here!

Medieval knight with sword

Artist Malenda Trick’s paintings from before 2000 are finally here.  This is the first of many paintings by Artist Malenda Trick from pre-2000 that will be featured on her blog, The Rennaissance Woman.  Stop by the blog and sign up for notifications so you don’t miss any other pre-2000 paintings!

When Nashville had the Parade of Homes in 1999 or 2000, Malenda painted several pieces and provided them to the homes for show.  Later a client requested a reproduction with a different face.

The paintings are truly amazing at in terms of quality and detail.  The completely different looks of the face in each painting gives each knight his own character and presence.  Plus, the recreation seems like a darker version.  With the photos taken by amateur photographers, you can still see the differences in the images, even with the shine.

Check back to this blog for more pre-2000 paintings.

medieval knight with sword
Unknown name (recreation) by Malenda Trick


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Malenda Trick, a preacher’s daughter, born in Dayton, Ohio and raised in Tyler, Texas has painted professionally for over 40 years. Malenda specializes in 19th century impressionism. She learned to paint in the style of the old masters like: Monet, Renoir, Cezanne, Sisley and Van Gogh, when she was commissioned by collectors to reproduce their works. Her aggressive style employs bold, flowing lines, vibrant colors and stimulating textures, which she feels capture the essence of contemporary life.

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