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Jeannie Fine

 
Port Townsend, Washington

Artist's Statement

As long as I can remember I have watched the world around me with the eyes of a painter.  Becoming a visual artist was probably the logical direction for my life.  That direction has not always been an easy one but it has always been where I eventually end up after several detours along the way.  As I grow as an artist I reflect on the beginning of the journey when I didn’t see as well as I do now.  At every turn there is something that makes me want to stop and paint.

My work is both my journey and my adventure.  The landscape that surrounds me every day is what I choose to paint.  I won’t say there is beauty in everything I paint but never the less there is something there that touches and inspires my imagination.  The more I practice the better I will become and perhaps some day I might be pretty good at the art thing.

"Being an artist is a way of life for me, a road I travel every day."

Zephyrus Clearing
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Summer on the Greasy Grass
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Zephyrus Clearing

"There's A Feeling I Get When I Look to the West"

Pastel on sanded panel

The title for this piece comes from the Led Zeppelin song, A Stairway to Heaven, sung by Ann and Nancy Wilson at the Kennedy Center Honors. A stunning performance and tribute to Led Zeppelin. The line, "There’s a feeling I get when I look to the west and my spirit is crying for leaving," for me called for an image of the close of the day--the ending.

Dimensions: 24"H x 24"W
$875 framed
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Summer on the Greasy Grass

"Liberty Bell and Early Winter Spires: A Climber’s Paradise, North Cascades"

Pastel on sanded panel

While driving along the North Cascades Highway last spring I came upon this lingering winter landscape. I knew I had to paint it right then and there! I had no idea at the time that this particular spot in the North Cascades happens to be a favored climbing spot and also a test area for Mountain Rescue. I learned this from a close friend who was on the Mountain Rescue Team for several years--a brave group.

Dimensions: 30"H x 26"W
$1000 framed
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Last updated 1/20/17 NT
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