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George lives west of Loveland, Colorado, with his wife Jennifer of more than 35 years. In 1993, they purchased their two-acre property with a 1920s-built-home, a barn and several outbuildings that include a studio he built in 1999.
George, now in his early sixties, paints every day and supports himself through his art. The beautiful Northern Colorado countryside and the many people who share his life inspire his painting. George is a Renaissance man whose talents include furniture and cabinet making. His home is adorned with his handcrafted furniture, cabinets, two looms and numerous paintings.
“I always believed I had the ability to draw, which is the foundation of my desire to paint,” he says. George started painting with watercolors in 1986 at the Denver Art Students League. In 1998, he focused on oil painting. When he asked his first oil painter instructor “how to get good quickly” she said to paint from life whenever possible. Developing drawing skills and painting from life are the guiding principles of his daily painting routine.
George works from life. His models sit for him until completion. His landscape paintings are composed on location to capture the essence of light. His larger landscapes are completed in the studio from his on-location field studies. George is known for his landscape “road trips,” taking him often to neighboring states to capture a three-hour segment of light. He enjoys surprising his painting companions by taking impromptu excursions that often end in the neighboring state of Wyoming.
Young and upcoming artist Jordyn Payne has done it again. Brand new arrivals of brilliantly textured aspen trees. Jordyn truly captures the joy and freshness of all of the seasons in her work. A sight to behold in person; it is difficult to capture just how amazing these paintings are with a camera. All of Jordyn’s pieces are oil on wrapped canvas; most framed with a simple contemporary black shadow box frame. These will go fast. Call, visit, or place your order online today! Please click on the images to enlarge for details and dimensions.
Fine ironwood with Turquoise & Silver Inlay by artist Larry Favorite
“Being Cool” Framed oil on canvas, by artist Linda St. Clair. 32.5″ wide and 24.75″ tall with frame. Please click on images to see details.