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Jane Wallis

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Jane  Wallis Dinner Beneath the Domes
Jane  Wallis Along the Columbia
Along the Columbia
Pastels
24 x 18 in
$ 1,200
Jane  Wallis Dugualla Bay Farm
Dugualla Bay Farm
Oils
11 x 14 in
$ 500
Jane  Wallis Early Morning
Early Morning
Pastels
24 x 30 in
$ 1,200
Jane  Wallis Houses on the Spit
Houses on the Spit
Oils
11 x 14 in
$ 500
Jane  Wallis Italian Frari
Italian Frari
Pastels
10 x 8 in
$ 375
Jane  Wallis Making Port
Making Port
Pastels
23 x 17 in
$ 1,100
Jane  Wallis Maryhill View East
Maryhill View East
Oils
11 x 14 in
$ 500
Jane  Wallis Off Street Parking
Off Street Parking
Pastels
24 x 30 in
$ 1,000
Jane  Wallis Paris in a Late Day Light
Paris in a Late Day Light
Pastels
30 x 24 in
$ 1,200
Jane  Wallis Skagit Farm
Skagit Farm
Pastels
12 x 17 in
$ 625
Jane  Wallis Sycamore and Wildflowers
Sycamore and Wildflowers
Pastels
24 x 18 in
$ 1,200
Jane  Wallis The Winery Pond
The Winery Pond
Pastels
17 x 10 in
$ 750
Jane  Wallis Venetian Morning
Venetian Morning
Pastels
10 x 8 in
$ 375
Jane  Wallis Vernon Street
Vernon Street
Pastels
23 x 17 in
$ 1,200
Jane  Wallis View Toward Turtleback
View Toward Turtleback
Oils
11 x 14 in
$ 500
Jane  Wallis Volterra Portal
Volterra Portal
Pastels
10 x 7 in
$ 375
Jane  Wallis Walla Walla Farms
Walla Walla Farms
Pastels
23 x 17 in
$ 1,200
Jane  Wallis Wine and Roses
Wine and Roses
Pastels
$ 700
Jane  Wallis City Portal
City Portal
Pastels
23 x 17 in
SOLD
Jane  Wallis Shutters and Shadows
Shutters and Shadows
Pastels
30 x 24 in
SOLD

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Jane  Wallis

Jane Wallis

Jane Wallis Biography

Jane Wallis has been a resident and painter of Northwest landscapes for more than 30 years. She is a signature member of the Pastel Society of America, Northwest Watercolor Society, Northwest Pastel Society, a Distinquished Paselist of the Pastel Society of the West Coast, and an exhibiting member of the Oil Painters of America. She has won numberous awards in competitive exhibitions throughout the United States and has been published in the Pastel Journal and the PSA Pastelogram. Her work is collected by individuals residing in many different states. Her impressionist style is distinguished by brilliant color and use of rhythmic shapes in compositions.

Jane Wallis Statement

Painting plein-air is an important phase in my painting. Observing events that occur when standing still painting would be missed by simply photographing a promising composition and moving on. In the open landscape, curious or unthreatened wildlife join the scene, in the inhabited world, there are curious or interested people to meet. Life naturally unfolds during the moments of stillness and concentration. I like to imagine that I am confronting this visual world like it was a symphony arranged by the light. The eye, like an intuitive ear, is turned to this world. You listen with an all absorbing emotion, allowing harmony and rhythm to permeate the senses. Using instruments of watercolor, pastel, or oil, I play out the musical score with color, contrast and gesture. I find this confrontation exhilarating and search for positive emotions, optimism and excitement within each shape and movement. At home in my studio, my sketches, small paintings and photos from these outings are used to rekindle this initial emotion and fascination. These plein-air compositions are explored and my paintings are completed in larger scale using pastel or oil or a combination of media.

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