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Red Fox

jamie

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I recently finished a series of northern animal paintings, all for Christmas presents.
Each are about 12″x16″ oil on board. People always say that it’s hard to make homemade gifts, and it is, I struggle alot with painting myself. But with persistance and a simple idea they are extraordinary and often more memorable.

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Interview in Risen Magazine

keegan

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The kind folks at Risen Magazine came across my work, and were nice enough to interview me about my work a few months ago for their November / December Issue. You can check out a PDF of the interview and spread below.
LINK: Jon Keegan Interview in Risen Magazine (PDF 1.2mb)
You can see more of my work at jonkeegan.com.

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Creek Bend

jamie

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This is an autumn creek in Pennsylvania.

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Nuclear Blast

jamie

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Nuclear power seems to be spreading. This painting was hard to complete. I’ll probably destroy it for my own well being.

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Hedge Fence

jamie

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This is a painting from an ongoing suburbia series. This is an earlier one. Lately I’ve been interested in entertainment, like trampolines, playgrounds or swimming pools.

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Front Yard

jamie

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This painting is from a suburbia series. They’re bushes with snow on a “front yard” next to the driveway of a house in Pittsburgh. The house is up there, but not in the picture. To me, these manicured shrubs are a wonderful example of how each person has their own way of bringing a little nature into their lives.

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Piercing Gaze / Art Highlights

keegan

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I had a nice art-filled weekend, despite the torrential rains. I logged some serious time welded to my drafting table just playing around with some different materials that I don’t often work with in my normal course of business. Really felt a nice loose freedom with a super-fat graphite pencil on vellum, which produced the above image, among many, many others…
Also, I saw some amazing art…

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Art Lodge Amongst Brothers

Paul

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Last weekend my three older brothers, Stephen, Phil, James and I gathered at a cabin near the Grand Canyon of Pennsylvania (I know, you’ve never heard of the place). It’s a beautiful, mountainous region where we fished, hiked and drew pictures. Before grilling up some tasty shish-ka-bobs we sat on the porch and each brother spent 4 minutes working on a drawing. After 4 minutes we’d pass around the art until everyone had worked on it. Its’s always a fun and fascinating experience doing art lodges and you can see some of our results above.

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Bike Horns

jamie

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This is an oil painting inspired from an advertisement. I was inspired by the complexity of chrome reflections and the humor in the sounds of those horns.

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The Back Yard

jamie

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With the help of Photoshop, I’ve been transforming some photos and doing paintings of them. This one is 24″x 36″.

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