Jerry Clovis is a native of the OC in California. In 2004, this artist left his
Aerospace Management career to pursue his new artistic visions. Since Jerry
created his first painting in June of 2004, his art has been purchased by Cities,
galleries, 5 star resorts, designers and numerous collectors from coast to coast.
"Guitar Cross" embellished & signed limited edition canvas print set in a black float frame (MSRP $1,800.00)
"Guitar Cross" Fine Art Print Series (shown above)
An open edition Giclee paper print is also available in an 8" x 12" size with double mat and clearview envelope (overall mat size fits a 12" x 16" frame). The retail price is US$75.00 and ships unframed with a certificate signed by the artist.
The embellished open edition canvas print size is 16" x 24". The fine art Giclee is printed on canvas with a gallery wrap mounting. The retail price is US$325.00 and ships unframed with a certificate signed by the artist.
The embellished limited edition fine art Giclee is 24" x 36" and 36" x 54" and printed on a 1.75" inch gallery wrap frame. The sides are black and the edition size is 95. The limited edition prints are also enhanced and signed on the image by the artist.
Call 714-663-0071 for limited edition price and availability!
Erin's Ocean open edition paper print by Jerry Clovis 24" x 28" frame size (MSRP $395.00)
Erin's Ocean by Jerry Clovis - 37" x 50" (MSRP $1,400.00) framed & matted paper print signed by Clovis
"Pretty Lucky in the Diamond Lane" by contemporary painter Jerry Clovis. This painting is 36" x 45", embellished and signed by the artist. The gallery wraped canvas print is set in a black float frame. (MSRP $1,800.00)
THIS ART WAS CREATED TO BE INSPIRATIONAL,
EMOTIONAL, AND THOUGHT EVOKING.
In June of 2004, I literally woke at 3:00 am with an idea of a style.
I had not painted yet, but I already knew what my art would look like.
I purchased paints and brushes the next day. Ever since that day I have
been painting as fast as I can. I am already exploring several different
directions and the list of ideas keeps growing. In much of my work,
I like to create a rich surface, using heavy paint and brush strokes that
are long and uninterrupted. I also like to evoke thought and conversation
through morphing, visual metaphors, multifunctionalism, hidden images,
and optical illusions. Everything comes from inside my head. For me,
everything is an expression and realism is not the point. Beauty and
inspiration are the intended result.
I'm also experimenting with something that I call "Multifunctionalism". I invented the term because so
far, I cant find any examples of it, or any other names for it. Multifunctionalism is where a two dimensional
form is so abstract in representation, that the form may play multiple roles (or have multiple functions)
at the same time. Sometimes a single item/form can actually have four functions/rolls or more. Examples of
Multifunctionalism can be found in the Music Pieces, Animal Pieces and some other pieces also.
See a more complete selection of Jerry Clovis artwork by visiting Jerry's web site at www.jerryclovis.com
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