“When Jeanne started walking the Ring of Brodgar, with her wee dog Gracie, that prompted an outpouring of inspiration which was expressed in her paintings – both of the stones, and of what is seen out from the stones.”
“Jeanne is first and foremost an artist. Her joys, her concerns, are expressed in and through her art. Her art works change their form sporadically, which is healthy – it’s best if expression doesn’t stagnate.”
Artist Jeanne Bouza Rose has tackled her confusion and disappointment at the state of politics in her home country of the USA in her new work. It can be viewed in the windows of the Northlight Gallery Stromness.
” We drove along to the main Brodgar car park, and walked up to The Ring, where we encountered Jeanne”
“And so, between the reality of the sky above and the surrounding lochs and land, I looked into the trenches and saw the brightest of earthy colours to use in my painting.”
From 23rd of August to 6th of September Jeanne Bouza Rose is showing 31 brand new plain air landscape paintings
From 23rd of August to 6th of September Jeanne Bouza Rose
The working studio/shop ArtWorks of the Earth, as you have known it for the last 3 years, is closing on 15th of October.
“It’s an exhibition which includes………paintings by Jeanne Bouza Rose….technical things ( way beyond my ken) by Jim Bright…and Renga Poetry produced by a group input.”
patterns which look vaguely human, reminds me of some ancient rock art