Gallery of Acrylic Paintings by Tricia Blakeley, an accomplished and self-taught North Carolina artist who specializes in landscapes and simple views.The image caption describes the painting subject, frame type and dimensions, and other details.Some paintings can be purchased. For more information, e-mail BurnetteBlakeley@nc.rr.com.We suggest that you browse through this gallery (either manually or automatically as described below) to enjoy the beauty, uniqueness, and value of each painting. For the best display results, click the slideshow button at the display top, reduce the time duration by clicking the minus symbol at the display bottom, and select the 2nd lightest background at the display right.
Move and keep your cursor to the display bottom to control the slideshow.--------------------------
NAVIGATION HINTS:THUMBNAILS VIEW (sequence of thumbnails)
STATIC IMAGE VIEW (manual scrolling)
- select a thumbnail page number at the display bottom to scroll through the thumbnails by pages, OR select 'Show All'
- click a thumbnail to begin manually scrolling through the individual images (see STATIC IMAGE VIEW below)
- click the 'slideshow' button at the display top to automatically scroll through the images (see DYNAMIC SLIDESHOW VIEW below)
[Click the 'Objects: Acrylic Paintings' phrase at the top-left of the display to return to the gallery thumbnail view]DYNAMIC SLIDESHOW VIEW (auto-scrolling)
- click the NEXT or PREV button (or the associated thumbnail) at the top-right of the display to manually scroll through the images
- OR, use the arrow keys for NEXT and PREV
[Click the gray 'X' at the top-right of the display to return to gallery thumbnail view]
- move and keep your cursor to the display bottom to access the slideshow controls
- cursor over the white-to-black vertical strip at the display right to choose the background against which each image will be displayed
- cursor over the caption icon (the little man) at the display right to control the display of captions
- A series of thumbnails (associated with the slideshow controls at the display bottom) reveals where you are in the slideshow