Tag:Fairfax Framing Establishment
Santa baby, slip a sable under the tree, for meI’ve been an awful good girlSanta baby, and hurry down the chimney tonight Santa baby, an out-of-space convertible too, light blueI’ll wait up for you dearSanta baby, and hurry down the chimney tonight Think of all the fun I’ve missedThink of all the fellas that I haven’t kissedNext year I could be oh so goodIf you’d check off my Christmas listBoo doo bee doo Santa honey, I wanna yacht and really
“In the rich tapestry of life, you may find yourself outnumbered by a chaos and pattern of people who don’t envision what you envision, this painting titled “Stand out from the crowd” was inspired by the wonderful young students at PACE. Often these girls are marginalized and its worth remembering that the things that makes us unlike the majority can be actually a strength, a gift, a source of wisdom that can be an enormous blessing for oneself and others.”
I hope you enjoy seeing these photographs from a recent visit to Fairfax gallery it’s a privilege to exhibit alongside such talented artists and in the gallery photos you see the scale of the paintings, which is often a challenge to visualize when viewing on the web. Here my work exhibited is with Casey Matthews and Ellen Diamond. The show is a must see! Above Left | Good Vibrations | 40″ x 30″ | Oil Encaustic | CJK Above Right
These paintings are from a Marsh Series, new paintings are exhibiting at The Fairfax Gallery, Jacksonville and Grace Gallery, Winter Park. Living near the inter-coastal means I have a short walk to sketch and paint the marsh anytime I want. Its a constant source of inspiration and changes so dramatically from season to season. There is even a drastic change morning and evening!
The Featured Paintings is a Large Triptych in work in the studio. View New Paintings inspired by life at the Coast. Large Triptych Seascape | 48″ x 120″ | Oil on Canvas A selection of small paintings beautifully framed in double linen liner and brushed metallic frames at Fairfax Gallery, Jacksonville. Mini studies, painted on location “en plein air”. This painting is an oil encaustic technique with lots of texture and drama. I use a blow torch