Tuesday, May 22, 2007

Recollections of Italy - Six New Paintings

Today I'm not going to spend a whole lot of time chatting, but simply will post six new paintings that I premiered at the Hoboken Fine Art Show a few weeks ago. My goal was to paint twelve paintings in three weeks, but in also getting ready for the shows over the last three weeks I achieved six. During that time, I also painted the new Colors of the Steel Tiles shown in my last post.

The six paintings featured below are all on 12" x 6" gallery-wrapped canvas. Striking without a frame, the sides of the canvas are stained a gorgeous golden ochre.

So, onto what you really want to see:

Ponte Vecchio in 2007, Oil on Canvas, 12" x 6" - $395
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More than Just Ice Cream, Oil on Canvas, 12" x 6" - $395
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The Arno Reconsidered, Oil on Canvas, 12" x 6" - $395
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Olive Orchard at Castello di Verrazzano, Oil on Canvas, 12" x 6" - $395
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Tuscany from Castello di Verrazzano, Oil on Canvas, 12" x 6" - $395
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Olive Orchard at Castello di Verrazzano II, Oil on Canvas, 12" x 6" - $395
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These paintings will be exhibited at Art at the Mill, in Lafayette, NJ starting June 4th for their summer show. If you'd like to be on my mailing list to receive an invitation, please go to my web site and click on "Sign Up" to get the latest news from TraillWorks.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

beautiful work!

I'm not familiar with the Hoboken Fine Art Show, when/what was that?

Jennie Traill Schaeffer said...

Thank you! The Hoboken Fine Art & Music Festival is held every spring / fall on Washington St. in Hoboken, NJ. This May it was Sunday, the 6th. They allow about two blocks of fine artists, tons of food, crafts, and three musical stages all along seven blocks. They get about 50,000 visitors in one day. Though, it wasn't the best for fine art sales -- too fair-like in nature. Hope this answers your question.

Peter Pascal said...

What an interesting blog, introduced by a thought-provoking photo. The unusual wall painting of the dwellings is
also a strangely modern interpretation. Something like this hieroglyphic view of a park by Swiss painter Paul Klee, http://EN.WahooArt.com/A55A04/w.nsf/OPRA/
BRUE-8LT475
.

The image can be seen at wahooart.com who can supply you with a canvas print of it.