For over 50 years Robert Meredith has been mastering his craft. Beyond traditional oil on canvas he is arguably one of
the worlds leading artists in the field of Trompe L'oeil.
He expands the traditional relationship between a painting
and its frame, blurring the distinction by treating them both as a part of the same seamless illusion. His paintined objects
exist life-size in the viewers space - making for a fictive cabinet or window.
Trompe L'oeil is an art technique
that involves hyper-realistic imagery that creates an illusion of three dimensional space on a two dimensional plane. His
cleverly painted works confound viewers as he "Fools their eyes"
His work hangs in prominent private
and public collections across America and abroad. He has been represented for years by many of New York City's finest galleries.
3650 Tuxedo Rd
Atlanta, GA 30305
Specializing in children's portraits, Scarlett Jimison captures the spirit of a child in as few
brush strokes as possible.
"As an artist . . . I want to caputure a child in a painintg. As a whole!
Not a static portrait or the split second of their life in a photograph but the pose, mannerism, gesture or grin that makes
them who they are.
When I see a child I hone in on the little exaggerated characteristics that make them unique.
red ear or fingertip. Big doe eyes (like my nephews) or freckles scattered across a nose.
I find myself painting
the details of their hands and feet last because that is my favorite.
A "Head Shot" is my interpretation
of how I see your child. Capturing them with as few brush strokes as necessary to say what I have to without overstating it.
true painting is something that you find yourself saying "I could look at this for the rest of my life"