Artwork and photography seem to go hand and hand for me. It started while in middle school with a group of professional artists. They are and were fine artists of oils, acrylics, and watercolors at the Grange Hall in the little hamlet of Alto, Michigan. My Grandmother Elizabeth Fletcher was a great inspiration, as well as my first art work supplier who padded my earnings from cutting grass and weeding my great grandparents gardens. So I could purchase my first set of oils, brushes, and other materials needed for my new found love of art and creating it. Many times grandma would show me her work, and help me in my first critiques. I started to learn and develop my style and hone my craft in those classes two nights a week during middle school and high school to the present time. So, between art history, watercolors, oils, country painting, acrylics on different types of media, and photography classes, I still have a thirst for knowledge and want to learn more about all of the above, especially photography.
You may drop me a line by email if you wish. I will be more then happy to answer your questions about my work. I will write back within a few days, not weeks. As always, critique's or compliments are welcome in the comment sections for each piece of art. If there is something in particular that you are looking for, let me know. I will have a few choices for you to see so you can choose which one or more you would like to purchase for a grouping of three or five over your headboard of your bed, or for the seating group in your living room, in your kitchen, guest bath or for your office to make a focal point. As you are my boss and you sign my checks, and I am here to provide a service for you.
Looking forward to working for each of you and hearing from you too,
grand rapids canvas prints
Rosemarie E Seppala joined Pixels on March 22nd, 2012.