Wednesday, May 20, 2015

Back from the Photographer

I just had my photographer, George Bouret, shoot a whole pile of my work, including pieces from a year ago, earlier this year, and pieces made recently in at the Vermont Studio Center.  Here are just a few:

22x30

20x20

20x20

20x20

22x30

19x25

18x24

19x25

19x25
 These are all acrylic and various drawing media on paper.  I'll be putting them up in Jane Davies Art Gallery and available as prints on Fine Art America, so this is sort of a little preview.  

19 comments:

  1. Love the size. They all have a sense of freedom.

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  2. Beautiful work, Jane. I'd love to see these even larger.

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  3. I do lean towards the black and white.....fabulous!

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  4. They look wonderful -- each so attractive!

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  5. Absolutely stunning! Expecially the ones in colour.
    Would be even more stunning if bigger. I think I could just stand before them and deep into them indefinitelly.

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  6. I love your work Jane, and am looking forward to learning more about your process!

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  7. Jane can you tell us what the alchemy is - your work just rocks!! Wow - !!!!

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  8. Wow! The shapes and colors you create are stunning! I am especially taken by the 19x25 piece with a bit of color and the pattern in your first black and white piece. Beautiful!

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  9. Black and White are spectacular - especially like the use of overall stencil - resonate to the black and white collage - I could see them magnified - I could see them shrunk - I could see them wall size! They are illusive and yet direct - visually moving and arresting - dream like - a fata morgana taken from a dreamscape - very very nice!

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  10. I would love to see them larger. Did you frame them or mount them ? just wondering. Presentation is always something. great work by the way.

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    1. I'm mounting the 20"x20"s on wood panel. Thanks.

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  11. Love all of them! Do you use a glaze with hire paint as a veiling! Or what? Thanks!

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  12. Oops! I meant white paint! Not "hire"...proofreading is important!

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