Riverfest 2016

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I’m happy to be exhibiting this month at Riverfest in Narrowsburg, NY, with my friend Jim Kingston.  Jim and I have belonged to the same figure painting group for the last 5 years and he has been a welcomed part of my artistic support network out in the Catskills.

As a student Jim Kingston studied the Brandywine style of Illustration under Norman Baer, a disciple of Howard Pyle. He spent his life in the world of humorous illustration, commercial artist and as a leader in transforming art-production into the digital age. Working in watercolor for most of his life he has transitioned to oil painting over the past 5 years. For more information on Jim Kingston visit his web site http://jimkingston.com

Judith Reeve grew up along the Delaware River, not far from Chadds Ford. At the age of nine, she met Andrew Wyeth. This meeting, in hindsight, was a pivotal moment allowing her to recognize the possibility of painting being a vital life-long pursuit. For more information visit Judith Reeve at https://attentiveequations.com

Come spend the day along the Delaware River and visit us and the many other talented artists exhibiting their works.

Author: Judith Reeve

For nearly 30 years I've developed my painting practice in the studio, building on what I leaned from my student days at the Lyme Academy of Fine Art. Along with my daily journey creating images which I write about here on this blog, I am also currently writing a book on the color practice of Robert Henri.

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