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Catalina has sold!

Catalina

Catalina is making her way out into the world. I’m very happy to have this one go out to the first person that bought my abstract art! Thanks again Tina!

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Forbes

Forbes by Jon Freeman Art
Forbes, a photo by Jon Freeman Art on Flickr.

This piece will show in my next exhibit at Jones Gallery on July 1st. Forbes is different than all my other abstract works. Instead of using a gel medium or pumice for the texture in the red stripe area, I tore magazine pages into small pieces and collaged them on the canvas to create texture. I’m very happy with how this piece came out but it needs to be seen in person to be most appreciated.


Low Tide

Low Tide by Jon Freeman Art
Low Tide, a photo by Jon Freeman Art on Flickr.

Low Tide is one of my most recently completed works. Very happy with how this came out despite the fact that it is quite different from much of my other work. This one will show at the Glaspur Gallery First Friday in the Crossroads on July 1st.


Kingston

Kingston by Jon Freeman Art
Kingston, a photo by Jon Freeman Art on Flickr.

This is the latest completed painting.

Kingston
30×30″ Acrylic & Pumice on Canvas


Everest

Everest by Jon Freeman Art
Everest, a photo by Jon Freeman Art on Flickr.

Everest is the latest large abstract I’ve completed. It measures 40×40″ on canvas. Please see my Abstract Paintings section for all available pieces and prices. Thanks!


Nine pieces of my work now on display!

Mariposa and Burning Sea

Visit the En Vogue salon in Overland Park, KS to view nine of my abstract pieces. The lobby displays two of my 30×30″ pieces, Mariposa and Burning Sea. The back wall features the new Atlantic series paintings. Please drop in and check things out!

The Atlantic series


Doing my part to support those that inspire me.

In support of the painter that first inspired me to put paint to canvas, I have purchased an original painting by Minneapolis artist, Shawn McNulty. Shawn’s work is truly amazing. I really like the contrast of light/dark in many of his paintings and I especially like the way he layers his work and allows the underpainting to come thru the finished piece. The piece I have chosen for my home is titled, Blue Rodeo. Blue Rodeo is a 24×24″ acrylic piece on canvas. I just purchased a house and I’m excited to get this piece hung in my family room. Pics of the painting in its new home coming soon…

Blue Rodeo by Shawn McNulty