Outstanding In His Field
This is a limited edition giclee by Jennifer Bowman. The colors in this piece are incredibly vivid. We framed it with a silk mat underneath, which the piece is floating on and then the same silk mat on top with a maroon rustic frame to finish it off. 32"x27" $700
This is a limited edition giclee by Jennifer Bowman. It is a stunning piece with yellows and purples that really pop. We floated the giclee on a dark purple mat and floated two other purple mats to keep the glass off the piece. We then framed it with a dark purple/burgundy frame with a silver on the inside. This really makes the piece stand out and brings the birch trees and yellow tones right out. 28" x 28" from outside of frame. SOLD. Can be ordered.
This is a limited edition (5/150) by Jennifer Bowman. It is a painting of a flamenco dancer with her back turned towards you. Jennifer captured motion beautifully with the paint "dancing" around her. We framed it with a textured purple mat under neat, floated the print, and used a gold fillet and red textured mat on top. It is then framed with a dark red/gold frame. $450 25" x 20"
"I believe everyone is an artist in some way, whether it is the presentation of a fine meal or the construction of a beautiful home, the wording of a contract or the way a mother raises a child. Each of us has the ability to make art. Mine just happens to be in paint."
Jennifer Bowman is an award winning northwest artist who has been exhibiting and competing professionally for the past 16 years. She has shown throughout the Puget Sound region, Arizona, California, and Mexico. Her work can be found in both private and corporate collections locally to international collections including France and the Netherlands.
Jennifer and husband, Bill, traveled from Seattle to Puerto Vallarta, Mexico and back again on their sailboat during 1996 and 1997. During their travels, she was able to spend an intensive year of study mastering her techniques. Her paintings focused on colorful market scenes, images of bougainvillea-draped buildings, and realistic renditions of the cruising community's yachts in tropical settings.
When the Bowmans returned to the states, they spent a year in San Diego where Jennifer was commissioned to paint over 40 boat portraits. That number has tripled since then. Her work has graced the cover of 48 Degrees North six times and she has been the Artist for Whidbey Island Race week for two years. The varied and vivid scenic backgrounds of the many boat paintings enhanced Jennifer's ability to portray nature's moods.