Jamie Kirkland Art Studio

Let the beauty we love be what we do. ~Rumi ~


Thank you to Winterowd Fine Art here in Santa Fe, New Mexico and Karla Winterowd for facilitating this memorable commission. A collector of my work contacted the Gallery to inquire about the possibility of my creating an original work of art commemorating their trip trekking thru Nepal and the Himalayan Mountains.The painting was to be …

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This is a mangled old photo is from a group of pictures I took on a trip to Dog Island, FL in 1980 http://www.gulfbase.org/reef/view.php?rid=dog1 wow that is 32 years ago.. egads. Amazing that I have managed to hang on to it all these years. I do love the photo and the memory of touring the Island with …

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I am delighted that the lovely Rosanne Kadis @ Winterowd Fine Art , http://www.fineartsantafe.com/  placed this painting, Distant Thunder 48X60,  with a very nice couple visiting Santa Fe, this week. She said they “Fell in Love” with the painting. I know how meaningful the art that I have chosen for my own home is to me. …

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Headed to Chicago Tuesday, April 26th, non-stop from Albuquerque to Chicago on Southwest Airline. Prayers please that the top of the plane doesn’t fly off!! I have set myself the challenge of posting directly from the Fair frequently.Going with my fabulous gallerist and Energizer Bunny, Karla Winterowd, owner of Winterowd Fine Art , Santa Fe, …

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WINTEROWD FINE ART comes to: ART CHICAGO APRIL 29 – MAY 2, 2011 at the MERCHANDISE MART 12th floor Come see us in BOOTH #244 Featuring works by gallery artists: Destiny Allison Alex Bernstein Charlie Burk Jamie Kirkland Emilio Lobato Tom Kirby Alex Watts Location: Chicago Merchandise Mart General Admission: April 29-May 2, 2011 April …

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I grew up in Southern Alabama, however my mother grew up in Colorado and Texas so every summer our family took a “Road Trip” out West.  I remember the first time I saw one of the summer storms moving across the open prairie.  It was such a strong contrast to the dense woods of my …

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