Priceless

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This painting came from a recent drive through the country. I brought one of our kids along for the ride….that’s the priceless part. The scenery was nice too, and very typical of a Midwestern evening. Soon enough, the leaves will begin to turn and a new season will begin.

oil on canvas, 18 x 18 inches

Thanks for looking!

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2 responses to “Priceless

  • Gretchen Cryer

    Hello James –

    I hope you’ve had a good summer. Mine has been busy – a lot of students and a workshop production of my new show which went very well. We got a producer and it looks like we will open in Chicago next spring – if all goes well. I’ll let you know when the time draws nigh and maybe you guys can hop up to the windy city to see it.

    I love this latest painting – Priceless – and have loved all the others you have posted in the last few months. I continue to love my own painting every time I walk by it every day. So many people have told me how much they love it. I really would love to do a showing of your work some day. Right now I have my granddaughter and her friend living in one wing of my apartment. My granddaughter is staying for a year and her friend is staying until December – so two potential rooms of your “gallery” look like they are inhabited by messy college students. . .which they are.

    Your girls must be starting back to school soon. I hope you all have a beautiful fall. I miss the Granville farmers’ market and visits to your gallery.

    All the best –

    Gretchen

  • Robert D. Firchau

    Dear Jay,

    As a fan of your art and vision, I would consider it an honor if you would participate in a small project listing your five favorite books. Details can be found at my site …
    http://thehammockpapers.blogspot.com/2012/09/books.html

    Thank you, Jay!

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