JOY COLLIER: CALIFORNIA LANDSCAPE ARTIST
Listen to the Big Blend Radio interview with Joy A. Collier, a California landscape artist known for her vibrant paintings of Giant Sequoia Trees, the Central Valley and Desert regions, as well as abstract nature work.
Her series “California’s Giant Sequoia’s, Found No Where Else on Earth” features the giant sequoia (Sequoiadendron giganteum), the world’s largest tree. It grows naturally only in a narrow 160-mile band of mixed conifer forest on the western slopes of the Sierra Nevada mountain range in California. In celebration of these very special trees, her series features some of the most well-known trees and groves in Yosemite, Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks, plus, a variety of well-known National Forest Groves such as the Trail of 100 Giants. Joy is based in Porterville in Tulare County, gateway to Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks, and Sequoia National Forest.
June 6-28, 2019: Exhibit “Joy Collier – Central Valley Landscapes” will be held at the Vernissage: Fresno’s Art Rendezvous, a fine art gallery representing emerging and established California artists, sculptors, and ceramists. The opening will be held during the first Thursday of the month for the ArtHop: 5-8pm , Thursday June 6th. The focus of this show will be a continuation of Joy’s “California’s Giant Sequoias” series plus images from many of the Gateway to the Sequoias communities included. New pieces from Springville and Three Rivers, CA. areas and a few surprises like the Sycamore triptych (pictured). Vernissage is located at 2024-2026 N Van Ness Blvd Fresno, CA 93704.
See her work at www.JoyCollier.com.
Listen to the Big Blend Radio interview with Joy Collier, while you piece together this online jigsaw puzzle of her painting “Wet Meadow in the Giant Forest, Sequoia National Park’. Make the image full screen for easy viewing, use your mouse or arrow keys to rotate the pieces and drag them where you want to place them. Click on the Image icon to see the photo and click on the Ghost icon to control your workspace.