Category Archives: Buy Jean Smith Paintings

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Let them choose! Gift Certificates available for snail mail or as a jpg to email.

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There’s something about these three together

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Jean Smith’s $100 USD paintings (11 x 14″ acrylic on canvas panel) from August 15, 2018 back to the beginning of the series (January, 2016). Music by Mecca Normal. Email me if you see one you want to buy. meccanormal@hotmail.com

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These Three Together

There’s something about these three together

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The Other Art Fair LA

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Wow! I’ve been accepted into The Other Art Fair in LA (presented by Saatchi Art) featuring “100 talented emerging artists, each hand picked by a Selection Committee of art world experts” including The Jealous Curator who reviewed my portraits in 2017.

This is the only art fair (or like) I’ve applied to. Late October in Santa Monica.

#Jean Smith #theotherartfairLA #theotherartfair #otherartfair #CurateLA #SaatchiArt

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Series

First there was “The Hat” (January 2016) and then, three months later, I tempted fate with “No Hat” wondering if there would be shock waves and public outcry. There was not! Whatever it is that propels this sweet spot of sales (a size+price+quality equation) is able to withstand detours into themed series within the 11 x 14″ series of contemporary portrait paintings.

When I do a painting that is a departure from my typical subject, I’m not really thinking about whether it will be a series or not. Surprisingly, reaction doesn’t play much of a role in whether I want to paint the same subject again. In fact, sometimes when a painting gets a lot of reaction when I post it on FaceBook, I don’t want to do another one like it. There’s something about having a unique, stand alone painting that’s very appealing. Also, after 30+ years as the singer and lyricist in a band that didn’t set out to be universally liked, I find it easy enough not to do what people seem to want me to do.

Most of the series seem to finish up around 10 or so, but “Ruff Collar” is currently up to 18 and “Sunday Morning” is at 4. I have no idea whether I’ll add to either at any point.

I know people want more astronauts (“Affirmative”), but unless I feel like painting astronauts there won’t be any!

“Pioneers of Aviation”
“Hoodie”
“Scuba”
“Landscape”
“Animals Available” (baboons, foxes, wolves)
“Ruff Collar”
“Headphones”
“Sunday Morning”
“Braces & Halter Top”
“Affirmative” (astronauts)
Orange Jacket” (below)

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Orange Jacket #1 SOLD

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Orange Jacket #2 SOLD

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Orange Jacket #3 SOLD

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Orange Jacket #4 SOLD

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Orange Jacket #5 SOLD

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Orange Jacket #7 SOLD

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Orange Jacket #8

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Orange Jacket #9

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Orange Jacket #10

 

 

Series

First there was “The Hat” (January 2016) and then, three months later, I tempted fate with “No Hat” wondering if there would be shock waves and public outcry. There was not! Whatever it is that propels this sweet spot of sales (a size+price+quality equation) is able to withstand detours into themed series within the 11 x 14″ series of contemporary portrait paintings.

When I do a painting that is a departure from my typical subject, I’m not really thinking about whether it will be a series or not. Surprisingly, reaction doesn’t play much of a role in whether I want to paint the same subject again. In fact, sometimes when a painting gets a lot of reaction when I post it on FaceBook, I don’t want to do another one like it. There’s something about having a unique, stand alone painting that’s very appealing. Also, after 30+ years as the singer and lyricist in a band that didn’t set out to be universally liked, I find it easy enough not to do what people seem to want me to do.

Most of the series seem to finish up around 10 or so, but “Ruff Collar” is currently up to 18 and “Sunday Morning” is at 4. I have no idea whether I’ll add to either at any point.

I know people want more astronauts (“Affirmative”), but unless I feel like painting astronauts there won’t be any!

“Pioneers of Aviation”
“Hoodie”
“Scuba”
“Landscape”
“Animals Available” (baboons, foxes, wolves)
“Ruff Collar”
“Headphones”
“Sunday Morning”
“Braces & Halter Top”
“Affirmative” (astronauts)
Orange Jacket” (below)
“Bathing Cap”

 

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Orange Jacket #1 SOLD

No Hat #384 800

Orange Jacket #2 SOLD

No Hat #385 800

Orange Jacket #3 SOLD

No Hat #386 800

Orange Jacket #4 SOLD

No Hat #387 800

Orange Jacket #5 SOLD

No Hat #388 800

Orange Jacket #6 SOLD

No Hat #389 800

Orange Jacket #7 SOLD

No Hat #391 800

Orange Jacket #8

No Hat #398 800

Orange Jacket #9

No Hat #399 800

Orange Jacket #10

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Jean Smith’s $100 USD paintings (11 x 14″ acrylic on canvas panel) from May 15, 2018 back to the beginning of the series (January, 2016).

“First, oh my word I love these portraits {acrylic on canvas panel} so, so, so much. Second, Canadian rocker turned painter Jean Smith sells these paintings on Facebook for $100 a pop. WHAT? Yes, true story. Are you wondering what you’re still doing here and why you’re not over there buying a whole bunch of these 11×14 beauties? Me too. Here you go… Jean’s Facebook page. You’re welcome.” – The Jealous Curator

$100 USD paintings currently available

Email me if you see one you want to buy.
meccanormal@hotmail.com

Music by Mecca Normal

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