Archive for August 21st, 2010

Lands Near & Far

August 21, 2010 in Art,Artists,Events | Comments (0)

Morning on the Yangtze, China, 24x20
Morning on the Yangtze, China, 24×20
Blue Chair, Chania, Greece 20x16
Blue Chair, Chania, Greece 20×16
Chamisa in Bloom, 9x12
Chamisa in Bloom, 9×12

With more than 20 new paintings inspired by world travel, Jeannie Breeding is extremely busy preparing for her biggest exhibit at Hunter-Wolff Gallery on September 3.  Not only is a major show of this size exciting for the gallery but it is months and months of planning and hours and hours of work for both the gallery and artist.  But is it ever worth every minute of effort!

Jeannie Breeding is one of the finest artists shown at Hunter-Wolff Gallery. Her raw talent and skilled hands are appreciated bycasual collectors, young art students, seasoned artists and many, many fine art collectors–all who are patiently waiting to see her second exhibit in two years.  “Lands Near and Far” features a variety of sizes and subject matter in oil on linen and canvas, plein air paintings and larger masterpieces inspired by trips to Spain, Greece, China and closer to home across the southwest.
Jeannie is well-known for her “atmospheric” expression and misty fog settling over a light-filled and shadowy landscape but this show also introduces some works rarely found in Breeding’s collections — street scenes with architectural accents, an abandoned bicycle, a vacant blue chair and other hints of cultural interest.
Whether a veteran collector or new to the world of fine art, this is a show you don’t want to miss.  Jeannie has clearly reached beyond her comfort zone to paint one of her most exciting shows to date.  More examples of what is coming on September 3 can be found at  This preview allows patrons to reserve purchases prior to Opening Night, September 3 by calling 719-520-9494.  Don’t let the one you love get away!
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