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Jo Fleming

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Carey Crane @ Jo Fleming

Isabelle Robinson’s collection of three dimensional artworks offer elegant observational studies using an assemblage of painting and found objects. Carey Crane’s large oil paintings emit energy and excitement through form, motion and color. Jo Fleming’s acrylic paintings beautifully capture the essence of our coastal environment and Sally Rhudy’s mixed-media paintings present depth, layers and intrigue.

Artist: Isabelle Robinson

Artist: Jo Fleming

Artist: Sally Rhudy

Artist: Carey Crane

Join us for the Opening Reception & Artist Talks – Saturday, October 8 (5-8pm)

Gallery Open: Wed – Sat, 12-5pm
68 Maryland Avenue, Annapolis, MD 21401

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Jo Fleming

Carey Crane @ Jo Fleming

Isabelle Robinson’s collection of three dimensional artworks offer elegant observational studies using an assemblage of painting and found objects. Carey Crane’s large oil paintings emit energy and excitement through form, motion and color. Jo Fleming’s acrylic paintings beautifully capture the essence of our coastal environment and Sally Rhudy’s mixed-media paintings present depth, layers and intrigue.

Artist: Isabelle Robinson

Artist: Jo Fleming

Artist: Sally Rhudy

Artist: Carey Crane

Join us for the Opening Reception & Artist Talks – Saturday, October 8 (5-8pm)

Gallery Open: Wed – Sat, 12-5pm
68 Maryland Avenue, Annapolis, MD 21401

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Still Life/Bodega

Still Life/Bodega

Still Life/Bodega. 40 X 30″ acrylic on canvas. I “finished” this last August ’21. It looked like this:

I don’t know if it is “better” or not, but couldn’t leave it alone. Easel painting with standard brushes. Not sure if it will go anywhere else. I have enjoyed working on it in any case. Has the look of 1937 – 1947 to me. Now, back to something more H2O?

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July 8, ’22

60 X 30″ canvas, Acrylic. State Unknown.

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State: July 3

State: July 3, 2022

Untitled, State July 3, 2020. Finished? 60 X 40″ Acrylic on unprimed canvas w/collage and spray-enamel.

Same Work, State May, 2022.

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Tish

Tish

Here is work on display at Tish Gallery in Chestertown, Maryland, “Red, Tish, and Blue” July show: Green-Eyed Cat, She Like Salmon in Her Bowl, Sea Glass Blues, Radience, and Dropping Acorns. Hope that this is the first of many shows with Tish Fine Art Plus in charming Chestertown.

The show opens on June 30th and closes on July 24th, 2022.

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Memorial Day Weekend

Memorial Day weekend


Work in Progress. 60 X 40.” Acrylic Paint, Spray Enamel Paint, Unprimed Canas.

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22 May

22 May

Heatwave. 22 May: Work in Progress. Acrylic and Spray Enamel paint, Gesso Brushed on Unprimed Canvas. ~ 60 X 40.” Shady Side, Maryland

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Shore Birds

Shore Birds

Shore Birds [May] 60 X 30″ Acrylic, Spray Enamel on Unprimed Canvas. Completed? May 21, 2022.

Detail below.

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August 8/21 Revisited

August 8, 21 Revisited

Rain, rain, rain. Good weather for easel painting. Revisiting a painting from last August. Acrylic on canvas. 40 X 30″

Used to go like this:

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Stone Soup

Stone Soup

“Stone Soup” 40 X 30″ acrylic, spray enamel, collage on primed canvas.

In progress? Bronze metallics completely change the ground in electric light. Strange one. Stone and onion. Diptych/not diptych. Outside in late April.

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April 3, ’22 – Work in Progress

Adding a horizontal orientation . . .

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April 3, 22 – Work in Progress

66 X 36″ Acrylic, Spray Enamel on Paper, on raw canvas.

Yesterday mostly, some today. Working back into something started last Fall. Orientation was left side as bottom, May like this vertical orientation. I switch up sometimes, and usually one orientation sets best to my eye. No doubt some Joan Mitchell paintings on my mind. Hello Phthalo Blue light.

I’m adding a horizontal view:

Below is this painting in natural habitat:

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