Sharing progress on the 2017 Midwest Barns Series by artist Laura Jewell. Sketched ideas from photo references gathered throughout the artist's travels across the Midwest. The paintings range in size from 6"x12" up to 36"x48" and will include some pieces featuring moons which relate back to the Rural Superstitions and Astrology Series. The entire collection will be released together near the end of March.Read More
A few days spent in Arizona resulted in an infusion of inspiration provided from the landscape. I am still referencing back to photos, sketching and roughing out ideas, but I will likely be adding new artworks to the Musings and Outlooks Series that was also inspired by the landscape and nature found in the American West.Read More
A new series of Laura Jewell landscapes depicting barns from around the Midwest. The collection will be released in March with exact date and details to be determined.Read More
Aberdeen News reporter Kelda Pharris released an article about my recent show at the Dacotah Prairie Museum and the Museum's decision to add one of my paintings to it's permanent collection. Link to the article in the blog!Read More
Searching for inspiration, I went out to photograph reference material for a series I am working on.Read More
I recently had the inspiration/felt the need to paint a sort of aerial view series of landscapes. I chose to work small this time around and the panels that I am painting on range in size from 5"x5" to 10"x20". Currently I have two finished and the rest in varying stages of completion. The photo to the left is a page out of my sketch book. I don't always share my sketchbook pages because often pieces change for me once the paint touches the panel but it is always interesting to see changes take place and I decided to let you all in on the process this time.