Still Lifes & Florals 2018

Janet Gilliland, October Light, 14”h x17”w., transparent watercolor on kilimanjaro 300lb cp paper.

Janet Gilliland, October Light, 14”h x17”w., transparent watercolor on kilimanjaro 300lb cp paper.

Among its many perks, still-life painting is loved by artists for its versatility. The art form allows them to control the lighting, design unique setups, and assemble but the genre continues to be both popular and virtually any combination of objects they desire. In the following pages, discover a sampling of still-life artists who relish an assortment of subject matter and styles, from impressionism to classical realism. Among their works you’ll find clever trompe l’oeil paintings, elegant tableaus featuring flowers and pottery, and classic arrangements starring radishes, pears, gourds, and other fruits and veggies. This section of artworks is a testament to the eclectic and intriguing world of still-life painting.

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