It has been a long a time since I have written the Joel Ellis Art Blog. I could use the usual excuses, and do I have a long list to draw from, nothing to compare to Picasso painting with WWII gun battles blazing in the streets of Paris. Amazing that he could continue to work at all.
A few years ago I took high school seniors to Washington D C. We went to the holocaust museum where the seniors viewed the art created by children in concentration camps. There wasn’t a dry eye in the senior class.
|Michigan Sands 13x15 oil on linen|
The arts can be very healing and help us explore our inner soul, such as the healing we so long for in the times of stress and doubt. So we pick up where we last felt at peace and continue on the path to connect with the creative inner voice. All will be fine, just carry on.
When someone wants your work for their collection it is validation that your efforts have been noticed and it made a connection. The artist’s efforts will be a part of a new home. I would like to thank all the new owners of my art work that have made this spring so meaningful to us, and may the new art enrich your lives for years to come.
Following are some of the paintings purchased this year from Joel Ellis Art. Thanks to all who chose to put these and other works into their original art collections. Thank you also to Shiawassee Art Center in Owosso for the beautiful place to exhibit quality art from Michigan artists.
|Welcome Home 19x25 acrylic on canvas|
|Evening Breeze 18x24 oil on linen|
|Spirit of Three Fires 24x30 acrylic on canvas|
|Amber Eve 24x30 acrylic on canvas|
|Early Walk 30x40 acrylic on canvas|