Jean Blackmer Art Collections
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Artwork by Jean Blackmer
Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.
Mountain Laurel by Jean Blackmer
Nose to Nose by Jean Blackmer
Mary by Jean Blackmer
Flying High by Jean Blackmer
Oscar and Friend by Jean Blackmer
Polo In The Afternoon 2 by Jean Blackmer
The Art of Caning by Jean Blackmer
Homestretch by Jean Blackmer
Saucy by Jean Blackmer
Sermon In The Woods by Jean Blackmer
Blue Sky Reflections by Jean Blackmer
Titans Number 12 by Jean Blackmer
Waiting Patiently by Jean Blackmer
Rocking Away by Jean Blackmer
Scenic Overlook by Jean Blackmer
Kayak Rainbow by Jean Blackmer
Sing Out Your Joy by Jean Blackmer
Blue Lace by Jean Blackmer
Lily by Jean Blackmer
First Snowfall by Jean Blackmer
Lazy Sunday Morning by Jean Blackmer
Walking With Pops by Jean Blackmer
Hiding In Plain Sight by Jean Blackmer
White Beauty by Jean Blackmer
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About Jean Blackmer
Art, for me, has been a passion throughout my lifetime. In fourth grade I was chosen as the class artist for the year, which entitled me to wear pants to school on certain days instead of the required skirt or dress. We had chalkboards surrounding the four walls of the classroom with the one at the back of the class designated especially for a mural. Each time we had a change of subject I got to draw a mural with colored chalk and wear pants! I especially remember doing a whole wall on the Pilgrims and Indians at Thanksgiving time, standing on a chair with chalk dust on my face and hands.
I have attempted (and succeeded, I think) many types of media: oils, acrylics, watercolor, carving wood (even chain saw carving a bear for my cabin porch), sculpting with clay (making many dolls and figures), pottery, stained glass (making 3 windows for my house), and now my current interest, lampworking (making glass beads for my jewelry). My favorite medium will always be watercolor. So, although I am constantly challenging myself, my watercolors can only improve with age!
Lucky for me I have a very supportive husband, Brian, who encourages all my endeavors and is proud to give tours of our house and point out all my accomplishments. My house is my gallery.
As an artist I recognize the possibilities found in everyday sights. There are potential paintings everywhere I look. Even when I am not painting, I get ideas everywhere and they race through my head with abandoned imagination!