Tuesday, December 15, 2020

AVAILABLE WORK as of 12/15/2020
Studio End of Year Sale
So many paintings have found new homes over the past month!
Thank you to all for your support!

Today (Dec. 15th, 2020) will be the last day to ship before the holiday and I have organized the remaining available original art pieces here in the most imperfect way... because it is better to have them posted than waiting to be perfect about it. (#lifelesson #recoveringperfectionist)

The best part is you can just message me at my email below if you would like to see something more up close and we will make arrangements through the magic of technology to give you an additional view.

EMAIL: jenniferphillipsart@me.com or jenphillipsart@gmail.com
(you may need to copy and paste this into your email)

I appreciate you all. Your interest in my work has helped me reclaim some space in my studio. A huge goal I have for 2021 is to set up my sacred studio space in the basement... I have lots of decluttering to do and day dreaming of what my new space will hold.

This is my wish for anyone. Cleaning up your external environment creates an internal clearing of which to create something new... it's delicious and a wonderful way to start the new year.

Inviting in the MUSE for 2021
YUM.

All paintings that find new homes will be marked with as SOLD, everything else is available. 


 Tree Line
Oil on Wood Panel
20x16
SOLD




Once Upon a Tree
Oil and mixed media on Canvas
Wood Panel 2" gusset
$675
SALE $222



Hidden Treasure
10x10
oil on panel framed
SALE $187




Transcending 
Oil on panel framed 4x6
SALE $77



Discovery
Charcoal on paper
16x30
SALE $111



Tree Study
Charcoal on paper
24x24
SALE $97



The Whispers are in the Trees
Charcoal and Graphite on paper
approx. 26x38
SOLD



Center Field
10x10 framed
$595
SALE $111



Day Dream
4x4 oil on panel
SOLD



Together Again
MINIATURE
2x2" oil on canvas framed
SOLD



Standing Tall
MINIATURE
2x4" oil on canvas framed
SOLD




Looming 
MINIATURE
4x4 oil on Panel framed
SALE $57



True Colors
MINIATURE
Oil on Panel framed 6x6
$310
SALE $177



Passing the Time Away
8x8 oil on panel framed
$495
SALE $247





 Branching Out
Oil on Wood Panel
24x18
$1595 NOW on 
SALE for $397 




Darkness Falls
Oil on Wood Panel
24x24
$1925 
SALE $297



 In a Row
Oil Pastel on Board
12x16 Image Size
This Painting is Framed with UV Glass
$395 SALE $165 ($230 off)




 On the Green
Oil on Wood Panel
30X30
 $555 
SALE $497



 Revealed
Oil and Mixed Media On Wood Panel
30x30
$2250 
SALE $397




 Silhouette
Oil Pastel on Board
8x10 image size
Framed with UV Glass
$395 SALE $165 ($230 off)




 Village 1 (study)
Oil on Canvas
24x48
$2975 SALE $197 ($2480 off)




 Village 2 (study)
Oil on Canvas
24x36
$2450 SALE $147 ($2075 off)

Tuesday, October 29, 2019

I've been talking about it for TWO years... offering up my work at a fraction of the cost to my friends, followers, and collectors, in an effort to make room for new.

It was a hard decision and I have never done this in this capacity before! But I am in a new season, my studio is moving (aka temporarily shutting down), and all of these pieces will be in storage until I am ready to rent another studio. I MUST LET THEM GO.

If any of these images make your heart sing, please email me HERE: jenphillipsart@gmail.com to discuss a method of payment. For serious inquiries that need more images I can take more photos and send them to you so you see the sides and how it hangs. LOCALS in the Seattle area can talk to me about arranging a visit to see these pieces in person. I take Venmo, Paypal, and Credit Card.

While I can ship outside of the Seattle area, I will need to research costs on a case by case basis (serious inquiries only as I have to drive down to UPS with it to get a quote with the artwork. Expect a few hundred for shipping on large pieces as they need to be packaged with care to reduce damage during transit).

Please let me know if you have any questions!

 A Kind Gesture
Oil on Wood Panel
12x24
 SOLD


 Along the Way
Oil on Wood Panel
24x24
SOLD 


 Blazing 
Oil on Wood Panel
24x36
SOLD 


 Branching Out
Oil on Wood Panel
24x18
$1595 SALE $795 ($800 off)


A Familiar Place
Oil on Canvas
30x36
SOLD


 Breathe
Oil on Wood Panel
12x24
SOLD


Darkness Falls
Oil on Wood Panel
24x24
$1925 SALE $675 ($1250 off)


 The Last Dance
Oil on Wood Panel
24x48
SOLD  


 In a Row
Oil Pastel on Board
12x16 Image Size
This Painting is Framed with UV Glass
$395 SALE $165 ($230 off)


 On the Green
Oil on Wood Panel
30x30
$2550 SALE $975 ($1275 off)


 Progression SOLD
Oil on 3 Wood Panels (Triptych)
12x24


 Reaching Within
Oil on Wood Panel
16x16
 SOLD 


 Reminiscence
Oil on Wood Panel
12x16
SOLD 


 Revealed
Oil and Mixed Media On Wood Panel
30x30
$2250 SALE $945 ($1305 off)


 Silhouette
Oil Pastel on Board
8x10 image size
Framed with UV Glass
$395 SALE $165 ($230 off)


 Surrounded SOLD
Oil on Wood Panels (Diptych)
24x36


 Tree Line
Oil on Wood Panel
20x16
$1375 SALE $550 ($825 off)


 Village 1 (study)
Oil on Canvas
24x48
$2975 SALE $495 ($2480 off)


 Village 2 (study)
Oil on Canvas
24x36
$2450 SALE $375 ($2075 off)

Saturday, January 21, 2017

Sold Work




 Progression SOLD
Oil on 3 Wood Panels (Triptych)
12x24




 Surrounded SOLD
Oil on Wood Panels (Diptych)
24x36

Tuesday, March 4, 2014

Break Through 2014

"Beautiful Silence", Oil on wood panel, 10x10
Available through the Brackenwood Gallery

Yes, it is true. And I have said it before... I have neglected my blog. Oh, how I have miss you so (kissing screen right now).

Today thanks to one of my favorite artists and fellow blogger, Alicia Tormey (encaustics MASTER, no joke), I clicked on her blog, got inspired, and then clicked on my own blog! Whoa. And so, here I type to you (or really just me, 'cuz I am the only one that is listening right now).

If you have landed here today, please enjoy poking around a bit (but don't steal anything), and I encourage you to sign up for my email list and follow my posts here and on my Facebook page, for I am social media addicted! Blah De Blah Blah right? No way, I am serious.

Right now it is nap time.  I have about an hour and a half to do everything not related to my role as a mommy. Dishes, laundry, gutter cleaning, poop scooping... the list is infinite. But instead, I got inspired to journal for a moment. So this is just a quick LONG note to tell the world, and fellow blog followers that may have been wondering where I have been for so long, that I am a new mom (even though my kiddo is 2 now) and I spend ALL of my time enjoying spending ALL of my time with her. She is my best creation to date. And while sometimes I find that I am a little lost with out a regular studio schedule and well frankly, begin to pout out loud about it more than I should... I quickly realize that this little girl of mine is so fulfilling in so many big ways and is growing sooooo quickly, that I need to and want to be and ARE, "all in" as a parent.

So here I am. A mom. Learning every day how to balance my new role with my demanding artistic self (and also trying to silence that evil inner critic that seems to have such a loud voice). In the time that I do allow myself to create, I have been off on a side adventure making all sorts of jewelry. Short spurts during a nap or after my daughter goes to sleep at night, I tend to gravitate to assembling and building new jewelry designs and it is really gratifying! (and easy to pick up and put down, unlike my lengthy oil painting process) You can see what I have been creating here in my Etsy shop, then please buy something because of this:



I do still find time to paint too! It just takes way longer to finish one. I do small work when I can, like the one above, but last year I was fortunate enough to do several large commission pieces which is my absolute favorite! 

I am really really interested in finding other women (and men too) that balance their parental responsibilities and being an artist. I think it is so inspiring to read about those that have really made it work for them (and their families) and to hear about others struggles and successes in the process.

So what direction is this blog going? I am not sure - a little of this/a little of that, new painting announcements and jewelry designs, and well, since I am a mom first and foremost, probably A LOT about my daily opportunities and adventures between toddler and my creative process. (warning: there may be some whiny tidbits, and woah's me moments, but they are always in good fun with humor and an underlying tinge of my "make fun of myself" attitude. Thank you for your understanding)

Know any new mom's going through the same growth as I? PLEASE SHARE MY BLOG - let's start a dialogue and create a support network to inspire and motivate! (if you need that sort of thang like me!)


Sunday, October 7, 2012

Brackenwood Gallery Show Opening



"A View of Notions", Oil on Wood Panel, 36x72  diptych

Well HellllooOOOOOooooo there! It's been a while since my last post due to baby duty... or shall I say, baby "dooty"... but I am excited to announce that I had my first solo show opening last night at the Brackenwood Gallery in Langley, WA. 

Yes, I recently found some time to get up to my studio and paint! Thanks to the loving support of family and friends that watched Avery while I spent the time I desperately needed, with my paint brushes. In fact, my dad flew out here from Chicago for a whole month just to hang out with his new grand daughter, so that I could finish my work. Amazing. And boy was it worth it! The show was a complete success! I met many new wonderful people of Whidbey Island, WA and ended up selling FOUR paintings to all new collectors! 

If you are local and are interested in stopping by the gallery, the show is up until October 29th. Also view a virtual tour online of the show by pressing the "click to view" button above! 

Thank you to all my collectors, friends, and family for making this show possible and for giving me a renewed energy to get back into the studio and paint paint paint!!!!! 

While this is the first show and ONLY show of the year for me, I look forward to what 2013 has to offer... my studio time is limited but I am looking at that as a GOOD thing. It has forced me to slow down a bit with my painting process as a result my work is more thoughtful. New things are on the horizon for my easel and I! And I have one cute little baby girl to thank for all that. 

"Avery Lynn Phillips", Tiny Baby made with sugar spice and everything nice
NFS