Happy Holidays my favorite readers!
On this day-bef0re-Sunday-Evening-Art-Gallery-blog-Day, I thought I’d drop off a few gifts for a Saturday afternoon.
Two more luscious galleries have been added to the expanded SEAG blog:
The outstanding driftwood sculptures of James Doran Webb (http://wp.me/p5LGaO-uE)
and the ultra colorful contemporary art of Janet Fish (http://wp.me/p5LGaO-uX)
If you’d like a bit of amazing Mother Nature, I can also recommend the incredible Universe (http://wp.me/p5LGaO-ov)
Or Snowflakes ( http://wp.me/p5LGaO-31).
Enjoy the Season, the Gallery, and your Life. For after all……All we are is Dust in the Wind (thanks to Kansas).
See You Soon!
Janet Fish is a Contemporary Realist American painter whose still life paintings seem t0 radiate and reflect color.
Fish invigorates the still life form, both by the energetic way she paints and the often witty and ironic combinations of objects that she depicts.
She often chooses as her subjects objects that are translucent, transparent, or reflective, in particular colored glass.
Janet surrounds these objects with flowers, bright cloth patterns and other objects in brilliant hues, balanced with strategically placed rich darks.
Fish sometimes works from photographs, but often her paintings are composites of many photographs and still lifes, which she rearranges to form her compositions.
Her remarkable way of painting light and shadows puts a surrealistic glow on her fantastic art.
I feel like I can almost see my reflection in her glass works. Can you?
More of Janet Fish’s fantastic realism artwork can be found at the following sites: