BEHIND THE BRUSHES
Behind the Brushes brings you closer to the inspiring work featured at Turner Fine Art, as well as the genius behind them. Meet these nationally recognized artists with in-depth, personal interviews; dive into their creative process; understand what inspires them the most; and discover what you can look forward to in the exhibition.
August 5, 2018
Curious about encaustic? We were, too. We visited Pamela Gibson in her studio to learn how she uses hot wax, a torch, and other resources to create her abstract landscapes.
August 3, 2018
After moving to Jackson Hole, Pamela Gibson replaced her loom for a torch that burns 1200ºF to paint the landscape around her. We discussed the pleasures of painting with hot wax, the depth of her paintings including her inspiration and “resources,” the concept of time and of letting go.
July 24, 2018
Nationally recognized as a top plein air painter, Eric Jacobsen often heads out to paint without a plan. His rich experience has honed his intuition for the perfect composition and color balance, but it’s Eric’s heart that has the final say on what to paint.
July 18, 2018
We are proud to present landscape impressionist Eric Jacobsen for our third summer exhibition series, A Brush with Nature.
July 2, 2018
Stephanie Revennaugh’s award winning equine sculpture is a delight to both horse lovers and art collectors alike. Turner Fine Art is pleased to present her work as part of Heart of Wonder, on display through July 6th, 2018. We spoke via phone to discuss her art, her process as an artist, and her drive to follow her heart. This conversation has been edited for brevity and clarity.
June 15, 2018
Have you ever wondered how an exhibition comes together? Sure, the artists spend countless hours perfecting in their studio, but how does it go from the easel to the gallery wall? The answer is this: installing an exhibition is simple mechanics, paired with chaos and a bit of magic.