Imagination: Serendipitous Realism
Serendipidous realism is the process of creating art from scraps; left over paint and scrapped dried paint from the palette, and cut sections from the wiping cloths. Images are identified by association with a quote or statement proving that realism is as much imagination as real observations and that all art is a trick of the eye. "You may discover in the patterns on the wall a resemblance to various landscapes, adorned with mountains, rivers, rocks, trees, plains, wide valleys and hills in va
America's Cup Yachts
A series of paintings, oil and acrylic, of American yachts that competed in the America's Cup races. Works are based on public domain black and white photos taken of the boats engaged in racing.
Whistler's Venice Pastels Reproduced
Whistler’s Venice Pastels. To celebrate the 140th anniversary of their first being shown in London in 1879, the artist Jim Fischer has reproduced in original pastel on brown paper all 60 of Whistler’s Venice pastels. The originals are now scattered throughout the world and, because of their delicate nature, most are kept in controlled environment vaults. Many are in very poor condition. These reproductions give the viewer a chance to experience these masterpieces in their original, pristine cond