An example of fine art by JANE MAYER



My work has evolved into an impressionistic realistic style.  I love shapes and the light that gives them form.  My subjects range from landscapes and animal portraits to figurative and fancy shoes – anything that captures my imagination.  My goal is to be true to my subject and perhaps to give the viewer a smile.  I am so happy to have found my passion and have the support of my family and health to pursue it.
 Jane is an award winning artist who has been involved in the arts for much of her life beginning with music and turning to visual arts as an adult.  Before moving to Seattle in 2000, she took classes and workshops at the Art League (Torpedo Factory, Alexandria, VA), University of Pittsburgh (Pittsburgh, PA) and Duke University (Durham, NC). She has also taken classes through the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, DC and the Carnegie Museum of Art in Pittsburgh, PA. After moving to the Seattle, her career advanced as she was continued  to take classes and workshops with Julann Campbell, Ned Mueller, Dorothy Lampl, Gay Faulkenberry, Bill Hosner, Carolyn Anderson and Margaret Dyer.  Along with husband, George, and golden retriever, Buddy, Jane resides in Richmond Beach, Washington where she draws much of her inspiration from the views of Puget Sound and the Olympic Mountains.  Working primarily in oils and pastels, Jane vividly portrays the beauty of  Northwest scenery as well as anything else that intrigues her in a colorful impressionistic style. Examples of her work can be found at www.mayerfineart.com .
ART Painters of Painters of Pastel Society (Signature  ORCAS ON PARADE, Juried Exhibit of  Artists creating works of art on 3d fiberglass Orcas to be displayed in areas of Shoreline        
    Women Painters of Washington "Women [...]

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