01 Paintings, The amorous game, Part 36 - With Footnotes

Jorn Fox
Oil on canvas
24x48 inches
Private collection

Jorn Fox was exposed to art at an early age by his father, an art instructor and abstract painter. Even through Jorn had studied in College he believes that his real education came from many hours he spent painting in his studio. There his canvases offered him unlimited opportunities for expression, exploration and discovery.

The varied landscapes are reoccurring theme in Jorn’s works. He is currently working on a Series of impressionist Scene’s “The Road Series” — Figurative, Coastal, Landscapes, Jazz, Captured Moments. Indeed,though he has a signature characteristic elegance of style, each of his paintings are distinct from one another, as are the various locales, people,and moments that inspire them.

Working with palette knife and brush Jorn is able to evoke serenity and stillness in his works, simultaneously creating liveiness and motion. His striking use of color, much of it pure and thickly layered, exalts and even immortalizes what he chooses to depict. Jorn is frequently referred to as a California Impressionist, yet his work possesses a singular style in contrast to his French counterparts, displays an engaging sense of balance. More on Jorn Fox 

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