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JR Hawse is an award-winning artist specializing in acrylic painting, hot glass beads, and fine art jewelry. Each piece of original art work is created with passion and attention to detail. 

Fine Art Originals - Paintings, Beads and Jewelry

 

March 2021

   I have always enjoyed painting wildlife, particularly their expressions. This is one of the tigers at the Woodland Park Zoo in Seattle, Washington. He was a very young male although quite large and imposing. Despite his generally fierce look, he would often lapse into a look of quiet meditation or disconnection. Then seconds later he would be pouncing on his brother to show his dominance. 

Sunset Tiger

14 x 11 inches, Acrylic on Stretched Canvas  $395

On display now at Gallery North, Edmonds, Washington

Jewelry on Display at Gallery North

   There will be a number of jewelry pieces on display during the month of March. All have been created by me using a variety of stones, copper, sterling silver, and lampwork glass objects. Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions concerning the jewelry or would like to make a custom order.

This March I am showing paintings and jewelry at Gallery North in Edmonds, Washington. On display will be several new landscape paintings as well as a variety of pendants and bracelets.

   When we were in Alaska a number of years ago, we were fortunate enough to journey through the Misty Fjords National Monument. It is a magical place with high mountain peaks and strange rock formations that play peak-a-boo in the mist. The wildlife roam through a pristine landscape that shows little signs of human intervention. It has a magnetic draw for artists and non-artists alike. While there, we started to understand the value of protecting places like this. Just viewing it as an outsider promotes a feeling of reverence towards the natural world.

Orcas at Misty Fjords, Alaska

14 x 11 inches, Acrylic on Stretched Canvas  $395

On display now at Gallery North, Edmonds, Washington

   One of the most interesting sites in the Misty Fjords is New Eddystone Rock. It is a magical rock formation that juts out of the water around 237 feet and is what scientists believe to be the remnants of a volcano from a blast 15,000 years ago. The current formation supports trees and wildlife including bald eagles, gulls and seals. 

New Eddystone Rock Revisited - Misty Fjords, Alaska

14 x 11 inches, Acrylic on Stretched Canvas  $395

On display now at Gallery North, Edmonds, Washington

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