It has been quite some time since my last "Meet our Artist" post (March!) but I still have three great artists to introduce. Hopefully I can get another one up this week but for today, I wanted to share some work by Jim Faulkner.
Jim is a realistic watercolorists whose pieces are contemporary, detailed, and a touch on the whimsy side. I'm fascinated by his work because a lot of the pieces are architectural landscapes and being precise in a water color doesn't seem like the easiest task, if you ask me. Often times you see landscapes of a country side where the colors can blend together to create a natural looking scene. Jim has mastered doing this in architectural details and I find myself getting lost in them. Below are some of my favorite pieces of his.
Rainy day in Wabash.
Jim's piece for the mega project will hang in the pediatrics waiting room and will wrap around a corner for approximately 19' of original art. I'm most anxious (but in a good way!) about this landscape. It is sure to be an amazing piece. For information on the other artists click here and here. Jim's website can be found here with more of his work.