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Art is wonderful. One of the enjoyable moments happen when a piece communicates, telling me its name.
Serenity is one of a series of small sculptures made from Carrera marble, pin and sleeve mounted on a small piece of oak. It is about 51/2 inches tall including the base.
In this series, I am attempting to create a directional motion, either leaning or moving forward. Serenity is leaning in a peaceful pose. I am honored that "The Spirit of Marin" has gone to a new home.
Following retirement in 2005 meant a move from Pasadena, CA. for Nairy, my wife, and Thumper, our Maine Coon cat, and me, to Camano Island and time to enjoy painting acrylic miniatures and working with small stone sculptures.
In July, 2015, Thumper went to kitty heaven. She was 19 1/2 years of age.
I want people to have a positive experience when they see my art. When they look at my paintings, I hope they smile or perhaps even laugh. Jack Gunter has said: “Jerry Finn has a quirky style”.
I am a member of North West Stone Sculptors Association and the Camano Arts Association .
My art is represented by Karla Matzke at the Matzke Fine Art and Sculpture Park , 2345 Blanche Way, Camano Island, WA 98282. phone: 360.387.2759
My pieces have...
Blog"Playing with Hot & Cold" May 6 - June 19, 2011May 6th through June 19th
Some little thoughts
I like little paintings. I also like ice cream... not necessarily in little dishes.
My art has no trans-fat, cholesterol, or mono-sodium glutamate.
Cows as pets
If you decide to get a cow for a pet,there are a few important things to remember. While games with your pet are fun, forget about a friendly game of "fetch". Cows do NOT fetch! You throw a stick...
Spring Art Show 2010
Stanwood Camano Arts Guild will host the 2010 Spring Art Show on the first weekend of June. The Friday evening Patron's Party is a great event for meeting old friends and making new ones while viewing our members latest creations.
Art in Public Places
I am sooo excited! I have a new gig! NO I'M NOT GOING TO BE A GREETER AT WALMART! ... not that there is anything wrong with that.