Paintings of People Looking at Art by Karin Jurick

Painting by Karin Jurick "An older gentleman viewing an abstract painting in the de Young Museum in San Francisco" Oil on Masonite 8"x10"Painting by Karin Jurick
“An older gentleman viewing an abstract painting in the de Young Museum in San Francisco”
Oil on Masonite
8″x10″

A Painting a Day

I Stumbled Upon this artist’s site today: Karin Jurick — through a ‘painting a day’ blog.  I love her beautiful tiny representational paintings; I especially love her paintings of people looking at art.  She has done lots of them, too.  Click on the Karin Jurick’s Museum Goers to see hundreds of her gorgeous little paintings, and read her story…very interesting and inspirational.

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Vision is the art of seeing the invisible. It is the ability to see something that only you can see, something that others do not see because this something does not have a physical reality. It is something you see in your minds eye, something that exists in your imagination, something that is within yourself.

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  • The sweetness of Tuscany is present in your painting and the reds and greens. Great
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