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A new piece for my personal Abstract Art collection!

I just added a new piece to my small collection of Abstract Art. My new piece is a 24×24″ piece by Sante Fe artist, Cody Hooper. This piece is titled, Natural Melody. Natural Melody is acrylic & paper on wood panel with an oil varnish. It’s amazing in person and stops people in their tracks when they see it!

abstract paintings

Natural Melody, Cody Hooper (L)
Blue Rodeo, Shawn McNulty (R)

The Vandenberg Series

This new series of 3 24×24″ paintings will show at 2010 Gallery in The Crossroads on the next First Friday, April 6th. These three were painted specifically for this exhibit but I am working on more paintings for this series. I’m currently work on 3 30×30″ paintings as well. Please stop in next First Friday and check out the new series! 2010 Gallery is located at 2010 Main St. in KCMO. If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to write me at info|at|jonfreemanart.com

The Vandenberg Series

Vandenberg blue red abstract

Vandenberg

On exhibit at the KC Arts Council offices

Abstract Paintings by Jon Freeman Art

L to R: Burning Sea, Kingston, and Forbes
all paintings are 30×30″ on canvas

My work will be on exhibit for a few more weeks at the KC Arts Council offices.

More exhibits to be announced soon…

Continental

I need to make room for new inventory. Continental is a 30×24″ rust/orange/cream abstract painting that would look fantastic in your home or business. Get it now for $300 with FREE shipping to the lower 48 States. Paypal accepted!

Continental

I wrote this article nearly two years ago…

I stumbled upon a LO-FI photo of mine over at Pinterest yesterday. It’s always great to see others sharing my work for me out there. I was curious though, where had the photo come from, because I knew I didn’t really have it up on my art sites. When I clicked on it, I was pretty excited to see that an article I wrote for Four Corners Dark (one I barely remember writing) nearly two years ago had been published and I had no idea it was out there! It talks about my love for LO-FI photography and some of the tools I’ve used to get my shots. Please take a couple minutes and check it out!

Lights and Cables - Jon Freeman

Four Corners Dark article

Signify has a new home!

No thanks to FedEx, Signify has finally made it to its new home in North Carolina. It was supposed to take just 2 days to travel from Kansas City to NC, which I thought would be great. However, the store where the box was dropped off failed to mark the package as “signature required.” The driver then delivered the painting to the WRONG house and just left it there. After some hunting…they finally tracked down the package today and my client now has the painting hanging in her home. Thankfully, my client had the patience of a saint through all the mess. SO glad this painting didn’t go missing for good. Take a wild guess who will be contracting UPS for their next shipment?

Small Cedar Roe Library exhibit

Golden Republic by Jon Freeman Art
Golden Republic, a photo by Jon Freeman Art on Flickr.

This painting and 3 others are now on exhibit at Cedar Roe Library in Roeland Park, KS. The paintings will be on display until the end of December.

Original farm w/ windmill landscape

farm w/windmill by Jon Freeman Art
farm w/windmill, a photo by Jon Freeman Art on Flickr.

Two years ago I shot this farm out by Eudora, KS. I texturized the photo and printed only one 15×10″ print. Somehow, I’ve lost the file for this image, with no back up. Sunday I went back to the scene and re-shot this fantastic Midwestern landscape. The new textured photo is below. I like them both but they have different qualities. At least I can make some prints of the new landscape shot!

Farm with windmill

farm with windmill by Jon Freeman Art
farm with windmill, a photo by Jon Freeman Art on Flickr.

A new textured version of the farm with windmill scene.

A shot of The Bulldog exhibit

This is just a bit of the paintings on display currently at The Bulldog in the Crossroads district in Kansas City. There are 20 works on display in all.