Finishing out our Holiday Updates this year, we’re taking a second look at watercolor painter Jinx Morgan’s colorful island paintings!
Jinx’s art has always showcased the vibrant hues of island living, and her current work is no exception. Here’s one that I particularly like, entitled Frenchman’s Cay .
You can see several of her other paintings by checking out our first article on her from 2013, or, if you’re lucky enough to be in the British Virgin Islands this February, make sure to drop in for her solo show at The Old Sugar Works Museum in Tortola starting February 3rd.
Not in the islands? Me neither, although I wish I was! :) Luckily, many of Jinx’s paintings are also displayed on her website, and can be purchased there quite easily (along with some carefully chosen limited edition giclees).
And with that, our second week of artist updates is finished!
I want to say a big thank you to all the artists who participated, and to all of YOU for reading and checking in throughout this busy holiday season.
See you next Sunday for our normally scheduled newsletter!
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Esam Jlilati paints remarkably detailed pieces that smoothly transition from ancient architecture to fantastic surrealism and modern cityscapes. His seamless way of mixing these three subjects has resulted in a colorful style that’s uniquely his own.
Esam's artistic journey began in 1995 while studying in Germany, and he is now happily settled in. . . read more
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