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Framed Picture of Sophisticated Women Sophisticated Women

Framed Reproduction - Sophisticated Women By Unknown
Custom Framed Size 38 3/4 x 20 3/4
1 1/2" Wood frame
Triple Acid-Free Mats

Our Price: $95.00
Framed Picture of "Character" "Character" By Unknown

Framed Poster "Character" By Unknown
Custom Framed Size 37 3/4 x 21 3/4
1 1/8" Wood frame
Double Acid-Free Mats

Our Price: $95.00
Double Vision by Fincher Double Vision by Fincher

Limited Edition Giclee on Canvas
Framed Size 25 3/4 x 13 3/4
Off-White Distressed Frame with Gold Filet

Kathryn Andrews Fincher says that painting is not only her profession, but also her passion, and portraying children and their fascinating expressions has become her consuming inspiration.

Although a student of art since her teens, Fincher was in her early thirties before painting replaced professional water skiing as her career. (She was once the number-two-ranked trick skier in the nation.) Fincher’s mother, a portrait artist, continually encouraged her daughter to paint faces, which seemed to work in contrast to the young painter’s desires. Fincher commenced her painting career with a primary focus on wildlife and landscapes; however, after she painted her first child’s face in the image titled "First Look”, the artist had found her niche.

As the artist explains, "Children, with their many discoveries and expressions, and their constant developmental changes in the very early years, are a wealth of visual stories…I fall in love time after time with the faces of my own children and those of family and friends.

"When I discovered that one little shadow or slight change of the angle in a child’s mouth could change and entire expression, I was hooked,” admits Fincher. "I’m not interested in painting unrealistic, perfect children sitting up straight with their knees together, but rather that moment when a child is consumed with studying something or on the brink of a new discovery.”

Fincher’s goal is to avoid painting the obvious. It is the expressions on children’s faces when they are on the brink of experiencing something new that the artist strives to capture. Even the wonderment of viewing life in different forms – such as insects and fish – can be fascinating. "I love to tell stories, and what better avenue than through the face of a child,” says the artist.

Upon close observation, you will find inspiration n each of the artist’s captivating images. Her children will touch you and give you the opportunity to return to that spirit of youth and innocence each of us so fondly remembers.

Kathryn Andrews Fincher resides near Atlanta with her husband, Jeff, and their two daughters.

Our Price: $195.00
Dream Keepers by Fincher Dream Keepers by Fincher

Limited Edition Giclee on Canvas
Custom Framed Size 28 x 22
1 5/8" Frame - 3/4" Linen Liner

Kathryn Andrews Fincher says that painting is not only her profession, but also her passion, and portraying children and their fascinating expressions has become her consuming inspiration.

Although a student of art since her teens, Fincher was in her early thirties before painting replaced professional water skiing as her career. (She was once the number-two-ranked trick skier in the nation.) Fincher’s mother, a portrait artist, continually encouraged her daughter to paint faces, which seemed to work in contrast to the young painter’s desires. Fincher commenced her painting career with a primary focus on wildlife and landscapes; however, after she painted her first child’s face in the image titled "First Look”, the artist had found her niche.

As the artist explains, "Children, with their many discoveries and expressions, and their constant developmental changes in the very early years, are a wealth of visual stories…I fall in love time after time with the faces of my own children and those of family and friends.

"When I discovered that one little shadow or slight change of the angle in a child’s mouth could change and entire expression, I was hooked,” admits Fincher. "I’m not interested in painting unrealistic, perfect children sitting up straight with their knees together, but rather that moment when a child is consumed with studying something or on the brink of a new discovery.”

Fincher’s goal is to avoid painting the obvious. It is the expressions on children’s faces when they are on the brink of experiencing something new that the artist strives to capture. Even the wonderment of viewing life in different forms – such as insects and fish – can be fascinating. "I love to tell stories, and what better avenue than through the face of a child,” says the artist.

Upon close observation, you will find inspiration n each of the artist’s captivating images. Her children will touch you and give you the opportunity to return to that spirit of youth and innocence each of us so fondly remembers.

Kathryn Andrews Fincher resides near Atlanta with her husband, Jeff, and their two daughters.

Our Price: $225.00
Framed Picture of The Plaintiff and The Defendant The Plaintiff and The Defendent By Walter Dendy Sadler

Framed Hand Colored Etching The Plaintiff and The Defendant By Walter Dendy Sadler
Custom Framed Size 31 3/4 x 36 1/2
2" Burl Wood frame
Double Acid-Free Mats

Our Price: $395.00
Framed Picture of Yellow Roses Yellow Roses By Marsha Banks

Framed Limited Edition Print By Marsha Banks 2/350
Custom Framed Size 34 x 41
1 5/8" Black Wood frame
Double Acid-Free Mats

Our Price: $595.00
Framed Bal Masque Serigraph by G. Benfield Bal Masque by Benfield

Framed Limited Edition Serigraph

Our Price: $1,195.00