Filet O' Soul
This is an etching by Joanne Kollman. She is known for her humorous etchings of animals. We matted the piece to match the cat, and then framed it and custom painted fish to match the cat's handkerchief.
17" x 16"
All Walks of Life
This is an etching by Joanne Kollman. In this piece she is showing how many different dogs there are and the different owners that they each have. We love to work with the patterns that she uses in her pieces and always try to add a custom touch. The paw prints on the top linen mat are hand drawn.
26" x 13.75"
This is an etching by Joanne Kollman. We are always excited to frame her pieces and try to mimic the patterns she uses. This time we recreated the dots on the tie using the gold mat and maroon mat. The two gold mats are floating, so the dots give the illusion of going into the mat. We also framed the piece with black textured frame with a subtle gold line. Like any art, it's always best to see it in person!
13" x 13.25"
This is a limited edition etching by Joanne Kollman. It is quite comical and has become a favorite in the gallery! The music sheet is titled Kat's Meow! We framed it with a dark gray, gray core mat to make it give the look of a tuxedo. It is then framed with a white distressed framed and a custom paint job of red and silver swirls on top.
SOLD. Can be ordered.
Joanne Kollman's broad experiences range from commercial illustration to fine etchings and oil paintings. With 20 years of experience producing illustrations for magazines, children's books and commercial clients, along with original gallery art and graphic, Joanne has established a lighthearted style and a unique eye for design.
In 2004 Joanne rediscovered the fine art of etching. With the ability to combine line, tone, and color she has discovered a medium that brings out her fine eye for design and color while blending whimsy and humor with psychology as stylized domestic and sometimes anthropomorphic pets.
Joanne's goal is to bring a thought or idea to it's simplest form. Her interest is in capturing the human spirit whether it is a formal portrait or a whimsical cat sitting in front of an empty plate. She continues the pursuit of improved draghtsmanship and composition whatever the medium.