Still life oil paintings
12x9 oil painting by Stephanie Birdsall

Turner Fine Art has announced the new fine art exhibition of floral paintings titled “While We Were Still…Flowers Bloomed” The exhibition was conceived during the COVID-19 pandemic and for the months that we are all quarantined, these artists are working in their respective studios to paint images of flowers as symbols of health, vitality and hope.

Kathy Anderson, “Tulips and Warbler," 10 x 20
Kathy Anderson, “Tulips and Warbler,” 10 x 20

At a time when we are all in need of a breath of fresh air, this highly anticipated exhibition plans to open its doors on Monday, June 15, 2020. If the literal storefronts are still closed, the installation of this exhibition will be unveiled virtually.

At the time of this release, a VIP reception celebrating these acclaimed artists and their work is scheduled for Friday, July 10, 2020 from 5 to 7 PM. “Because we believe in the value of art and beauty at this time,” says the gallery, “it is with joy that we share this event with a wide audience.”

Still life oil paintings of flowers
Sherrie McGraw, “Chinese Vase with Roses,” 12 x 16, oil

Turner Fine Art
Jackson Hole, Wyoming
June 15-July 31, 2020

See Floral Paintings by:
Sherrie McGraw – Taos, NM
Kathryn Mapes Turner- Jackson, Wy
Quang Ho-Hellam, PA
Kathy Anderson-Redding, CT
Daniel Keys- Fresno, CA
Kathleen Speranza- Lynn, MA
Eric Jacobsen-Prineville, OR
Stephanie Birdsall- Redding, CT
Scott Conary- Portland, OR
Shanna Kunz- Ogden. UT
John Felsing-Mason, MI
Adrienne Steins-Hellam, PA
Paul Rhymer – Point of Rocks, MD

Still life oil paintings of flowers
Kathleen Speranza, “Wedding Flowers ( For Marriage Equality),” 16 x 22, Oil on panel

Guest curator Tim Newton, former Chairman of the Board and CEO of the legendary Salmagundi Club in Manhattan, New York, hand-selected the best of the best for “While We Were Still…Flowers Bloomed.”

More from the organizers:

Because flowers are a universal experience of beauty and delight, the goal of this exhibition is to uplift the spirits through these intimate visual meditations of florals crafted at the highest level by the country’s greatest artists.

“The art of the flower is a language unto itself. No matter what your taste in art, there is no home or business that does not rejoice in their proclaiming joy to the viewer.” says Tim Newton.

This masterful collection is painted in the spirit of vibrancy, vitality and beauty as an offering to global community that is experiencing a global pandemic. The artists believe that, now more than ever, art is needed and valued. They believe that this subject matter – all flowers – will uplift because this artwork connects the viewer with the healing element of nature and the inspiring aspect of beauty.

“In challenging times, there are few things that comfort us like beauty. And there are few things in all of Creation as beautiful as flowers. This exhibition and sale by some of the finest interpreters of nature is not to be missed.” says Newton.

Still life oil paintings of flowers
Eric Jacobsen, “Peonies,” 18 x 24

For more details, please visit www.turnerfineart.com.


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1 COMMENT

  1. I really like how you said that flowers are a universal beauty and delight. I want my home to be filled with beautiful paintings one day. I think I can start by getting flowers because I believe everyone thinks they look pretty.

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