“Abundance” is my latest watercolor painting. It’s a SFA (Small Format Art) – 14×11″. A fairly intense work, covering a couple of weeks.The scene is a typical Rogue Valley view. Eagle Point, to be exact. Showing the abundance of the area. It’s as if one is peeking through blackberry and other bushes at the landscape beyond, that includes two grazing horses. The colors are typical summer golds,
In June (on Flag Day) I went to a Plein Air/Watercolor paint-out at Historic Hanley Farm, in Jacksonville. I was motivated to do this pen and wash of the front of the old house – it was all decked out for the occasion, and for the up-coming 4th of July.I had just been accepted as an artist in the “Art Presence Art Center” in Jacksonville (museum grounds), and so planned to frame it and put it
June 2014: – Solo exhibition Cliff Creek Cellars Tasting Room / GalleryContact Cliff Creek for times/details: http://www.CliffCreek.com.
A little late on posting this, but had some health issues in our household. Hope you can get time to go visit. NOT SHOWN: 4 miniatures (3 were prize winners – CO, and PA) + 1 large watercolor that was juried into Watercolor Society of Oregon fall show 2010
I have always loved my clown series, but it’s been several years since I have done one. I decided that it fitted a theme on guys faces for the month of June. I love letting their personalities shine on through, without being overwhelmed by their costumes. The hair on this one presented a challenge, but loved that about doing this one.I’ve titled this “Red, White, and Never Blue”. By artist,
Some initial glitches but now up and running in correct place. This is Page 3 – where I am starting to put up inventory and stories behind my artworks.This is page 3 of my 1:12 scale dollhouse miniature paintings.http://www.artistjillian.com/miniature-art-dh03
Again, you can see where my heart is – garden/old things, beach/ocean/sunsets, the art of the human body studies, and patriotic American
My printer tends to print a little ‘short’ of a full page at times – so I have a blank gap. For art journal pages this is a bit annoying, but I was very pleased with the results of using a strip of black dotted washii tape along the bottom. It fitted in perfectly, and for this printed page, it just added the right amount of subtle interest.
If you collect old papers, you could cut a tape-like
OK. Page 2 – my ‘new’ website is up and running in its correct place. Starting to put up inventory and stories behind my artworks.This is page 2 of my 1:12 scale dollhouse miniature paintings.http://www.artistjillian.com/miniature-art-1-12-scale-page-2
You can see where my heart is – animals (dogs), garden/old things, beach/ocean/sunsets, and houses (particularly old ones – both shown are
I am getting my art together, along with the stories behind the paintings. This is the first page – numbers 1-10 of my miniature paintings in 1:12 scale – meant primarily for dollhouses, roomboxes, etc.http://www.artistjillian.com/miniature-art-1-12-scale-dollhouse
Such fun to do. Did this today, an ACEO (2.5×3.5″) art original collage + original painting roses.Old handwriting from 1874, Harper’s Bazar illustration (fashion) from 1898 – hand tinted in watercolor. And decorative roses hand-painted in gouache. Rounded corners – card backed. “A True Rose” Listed on eBay.© Jillian Crider
I’ve offered prints on old book pages in my Etsy store before, as well as currently. But this is a first.I was thinking how much I love teacups, especially those with pink roses, and then thinking how popular prints of my watercolor of one has been. I had an old book from 1876 nearby, and was thinking of printing on the pages of it. And from there, this became my new creation (using my own art