Fish 1. Sardines and Taxidermy Fish Painting. Maine Art Studio

Fish 1. Sardines and Taxidermy Fish Painting. Maine Art Studio

30 x 40 inches

Oil on Wood

2015

Fish 1. Sardines and Taxidermy Fish Painting. Maine Art Studio. Philadelphia/Maine Urban Architectural Artist, Erin McGee Ferrell, Philadelphia-Artist.com

“My art students and I are all working on this Winter Still Life of Fish, fishing Lures, and fabrics. In continuation of the Fall 2014 Fishing Lure Series, Lure 2, and Lures 3, we have added real frozen sardines, and a student’s taxidermy Fish.”

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Fish 1. Sardines and Taxidermy Fish Painting. Maine Art Studio

Erin McGee Ferrell

Philadelphia/ Maine Urban Architectural Artist. Erin McGee Ferrell’s large scale, hand- stretched, oil paintings capture urban architectural views. Painted on location, Erin McGee Ferrell combines the classical traditions of oil painting and media/blog/video documentation. The artist collaborates with photographers in the LIVE Public painting experience.

Erin McGee Ferrell’s recent work has focused on the merging of urban and coastal architectural structures in Philadelphia and Maine. She studied oil painting at Mount Holyoke College, Pennsylvania Academy of Art, University of the Arts Philadelphia, and attended classes in Italy and in Nigeria. Collectors include TD Ameritrade, AtlantiCare New Jersey, and Jones Lang LaSalle Americas, INC. Philadelphia.

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The artist has been recently selected to participate in the 2015 Telluride, Co Plein Air Painting Competition. Though currently based in Maine, EMFerrell has her roots in the West. The artist’s mother, grandparents and extended family live in Arizona, Denver, and Washington State. Her work will debut in Denver February 2015 at Core Art Space.

Represented by Portland Art Gallery, Maine