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Jeanne Reynolds Studio
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Unlike many artists specializing in portraits, Ms. Reynolds works with subjects ranging from babies, mothers and children, toddlers, adolescents, adults, ancestors, to people and animals in various combinations. Often her portraits are given as gifts to friends and loved ones for very special occasions. Photographic portraits cost much less than a pastel or oil, are terrific in many circumstances and are also neccesary for Jeanne to work from. But, the true depth and essence of the subject is brought to life in a fine art portrait created by Ms. Reynolds.
Jeanne Reynolds Studio is a offering a rare opportunity to have $200 worth of Art done by an award winning artist for $50. This includes Creative Art, Portraits, and work she has on hand at her studio.
Menu of Work
Furry Family Portraits
Acrylic & Oil on Canvas....from $550
Sizes range from very small (8" x 10") to very large (6' x 6')
Head & Shoulders (16" x 13" to 20" x 16") $800 - $1600 b&w $900 - $2100 Color
Three quarter length (24" x 20" to 30" x 24") $900 - $2100 b&w $1300 - $3200 Color
Full length (30" x 24" to 40" x 30") $2000 - $3900 b&w $2800 - $7000 Color
Original Works of Art & Prints
Jeanne sells prints that range from $30 to $300 and up for large sizes and original pastels, watercolors and oils from $75 to $7000 for her prize winning Elvis works.
About Jeanne Reynolds Studio
It has been 30 years since Jeanne Reynolds' first major exhibition, and she has been garnering honors ever since. Her work has been exhibited widely, and resides in both private and corporate collections. Her art falls into three categories: portraits, nature, and visionary works. In her portraiture of people and animals she creates compelling tributes to her subjects. Nature, especially flowers, butterflies, birds, and ginko leaves, is a continuing source of inspiration. And in her visionary art she renders her love of illusion. Her honors include: the Memphis in May poster honoring Russia, several prize winning portraits of our own Elvis, highly collectable Blues Ball guitars, Best Female Artist in Memphis 2004, and her much sought after portraits of people and animals in various combinations.