October 30, 2011
Want to see how I make my paintings?
“Orange Poppies, blue swirls” ©Jill Rosoff 20111, 5 1/2″ x 8 1/2″ SOLD
For those of you near Mission Viejo, CA, I will be demonstrating of my process of painting watercolors on November 8th for the Saddleback Art League. Showing a painting in various stages, I will go through the steps I take as I make a painting. At the end of the demonstration, one of my paintings will be auctioned off to benefit the League.
The demonstration is open to the public. The parking is free too!
Tuesday, November 8th, 6 to 8:30 pm
Mission Viejo City Hall, Saddleback Room
200 Civic Center Drive
Mission Viejo, CA 92691
October 17, 2011
These were taken at the opening of my month-long solo show this past Saturday at Glimpse in San Diego’s Northpark neighborhood. A lovely gallery and home/gift store, Lynle Ellis, who loves color as much as I do, has put up a show of my work, opening October 15th, and closing November 15th. This is a ‘glimpse’ of the show, so if you’re in San Diego I hope you’ll go see it.
All images ©Jill Rosoff. All rights reserved.
Photography by Sue Rosoff
October 4, 2011
This piece will be included in my show coming up in San Diego. The opening is on October 15th, so come if you can! The gallery is called Glimpse and is in the fun, up-and-coming North Park neighborhood. The owner/curator, Lynle Ellis, ASID, has selected over 50 pieces for this show. Please come, and tell your friends who live in and around San Diego about it! The show is open to the public.
GoSee at Glimpse, 3813 Ray St. San Diego, CA 92104
Artist Talk, 4:30 to 5:30 pm, Reception, 6 to 9 pm
This reduced image of this painting doesn’t quite do it justice, especially what I’ve got going on in the background. You can double-click on the image and a larger version will open up, and you can see the detail.
I think about blueberries when Fall starts and Thanksgiving is coming, because that’s when my grandmother would make her “blubry” pie. She’d say it in her Boston accent, it was always a two-syllable word with her. But I’ve since learned that blueberries are perrenials, they grow year round. So much for a blueberry ‘season’!