Someone once asked me why so much of my art depict women working. The answer is that I have always liked the idea that women have often been a vital link in families as shown by the work that they have performed. This work although often hard was done with pride and dignity. This is a theme that I have used from the time that I started sharing my art with the public until now and I think that it will continue as long as I can hold a brush. If you are interested in seeing more of this theme and my other work click on over to my websites at http://www.artisttoostudio.etsy.com and I would love for you to sign up for my art alerts at http://www.sandracherryjones.com, oh yes and feel free to leave a comment.
As many of you know, a large part of my art consist of paintings on brick pavers. These paintings are decorative and many people display them on tables, bookcases and such. Some of my clients use them as doorstops. They are each signed with my name “Cherry” and the year of completion.
Well I decided to add a disclaimer to go along with the bricks. I would love to get your opinion on it. Please let me know what you think. Here goes.
Disclaimer: I, Sandra Cherry Jones, painter and seller of this painted brick declare that I am not responsible for it’s unlawful use. The intended purpose is for it to be used as a decoration only. If found please do not contact me, Sandra Cherry Jones. I was not there. It was not me.
Have a nice day!
Sandra Cherry Jones
You can see my paintings on bricks and other art at http://www.artisttoostudios.etsy.com
This is an acrylic painting that was commissined by one of the graduating classes of my old school,P.S.Jones. We attended the school in the sixties. Working on this painting brought back a lot of great memories. Sometimes its good to look back at some of the things and places that influenced your life.
This is an acrylic painting of a designer type shoe.
These paintings are part of a series of small paintings that I am doing. They are 5″x7″ inches in size and are painted on canvas panels. I used my favorite medium, acrylics. They are of Vincent Van Gogh’s Sunflowers, his self-portrait, and my love birds.
I have loved to draw and paint for as long as I can remember. As a child I would draw family members and make sketches of my dream house. I also took art classes in school which furthered my interest. In 1999 I decided to enter my first art show and to my surprise I sold my first painting to the president of a local bank. Since then I have continued to sell my art . I am happy that my work is collected throughout the United States. My quest is for continuous improvement in my art and for my art to reflect the beauty I see in life.