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Monday, October 02, 2006

Belated Studio Friday (on Monday...:)

" Studio Friday, for me, is a network of Artist from all over the world. It's a fabulous way to communicate with and learn from artists of all backgrounds. With this being said, I would love to see a showcase of what YOUR art is. Are you a scrapbooker? A clay artist? Are you a collage artist or a photographer? Do you paint or work in the fibre arts of Knitting, sewing or enbroidery? Are you a gardener a botanist or an eclectic artist of many trades? I'd love to see a piece that you have created that you are most proud of. SHOW off your STUFF!!"
~Gabi

Ok, here's a belated entry---Hope I can still "play"! I'm just beginning to figure this stuff out :). This blog shows a lot of what I do, but here are my latest paintings--these 3 were recently framed & are now in two different juried art shows. Two are shown in previous blog entries in their almost finished stage after the day of plein air painting---these photos show them completely finished & ready for framing (my least favorite thing about painting...!) If you're new here, these are pastel paintings, my favorite plein air medium.



4 comments:

Anke said...

Beautiful stunning work! I'm always amazed how detailed some artists can paint! Looks like you are one of them! Will check out your blog now!

kerrip said...

Maybe late but lovely. I am not familiar with pastel painting, but I'll have to check back to see more. beautiful work

Michelle said...

You are SO talented Jana! The paintings are amazing. GREAT job! I kinda focused in on the trees. I how "barky" you got them. And I KNOW how hard it is to get water to look like it has depth and/or movement. Super work!!!

I need orange said...

I like your photos and your paintings! I like seeing the photos and the paintings that they inspired.

-- Vicki in Michigan