With an art show right around the corner for JJCD Collaborations™ it’s nice to make some promotional material to hand out. Here’s a composite of the cards for the Cincinnati Exhilaration gallery exhibit for the month of August. Enjoy!
There was a Stag Beetle at my studio last night, I didn’t know what it was at first, but after taking photos of it with my iPhone and sharing it through social media, people identified it as a Stag Beetle, and sure enough they were right.
This particular beetle appears to be a common male Stag Beetle, also called a “Pinching Bug,” which is one of the largest beetles found in Kentucky. This not so little guy was every bit of 60mm in length. Glad he was able to swing by the studio last night and check out some work. Hope to see him again soon.
Ever since moving to the country and being surrounded by the beauty of these horses everyday, Jeff Johns knew it was time to start painting them. Johns’ first painting in this equestrian inspired series titled, Beautiful Horse in Union, Kentucky, captures a special horse right off Big Bone Road in Union, Kentucky. While the entire series will be of nature and likely quite a few horses from Union, Kentucky, he’ll have to figure out how to name the future paintings.
The painting, Beautiful Horse in Union, Kentucky is a 20” x 24” acrylic on canvas, gallery wrapped and ready to hang. Should be finished early August 2013. If you have any interest in this painting, or any others, call Jeff Johns today, 859.630.9657
This painting has been sold for $300.
After a wonderful weekend in the mountains of Arkansas, Michelle and I were up bright and early geared up for a long drive ahead. As we headed on our way before sunrise, we saw cows frolicking in the morning sun. We just had to turn around and take some photos of this beautiful scene. We spent about fifteen minutes on the side of the road just watching the sunrise, with whites of the cows eyes staring at us.
This painting is a glimpse of what we saw that day, and wanted to share an impression on canvas. This painting will evolve, and the process will be captured in this blog post.
Stay tuned and take care,