shirley jeter watercolors
 
 Check out the original work pages to see the new paintings.
 The following are galleries at which my work can currently be seen: 
The LUXE Gallery at 193 Kentucky Ave. Lexington, KY 40402
The Chestnut Tree Gallery at 102 E. Main St. Richmond, KY 40475
The Kentucky Guild of Artists and Craftsmen 116 N. Broadway, Berea, KY.  40403
The Kentucky Artisan Center , I-75  Exit 77 Berea, KY
Temporary exhibits are :
GALLERY ON MAIN at 128 West Main St. in Richmond, KY  featuring works from the Kentucky Guild of Artists and Craftsmen.    NOV. 10, 2014 to FEB. 3, 2015 

 KENTUCKY VISIONS AT THE CAPITOL in Frankfort, KY at the state capitol.
JAN.  6 2015 to MARCH 30,2015
 

Capturing and celebrating the richness of light and color in my paintings is my focus;  providing  quality art work to the collectors of my work is my goal.  Using superior quality paints for durability, lightfastness and permanence with quality acid free paper insures that they may be enjoyed for many years.

Watercolor is my primary medium although I also paint with acrylic on canvas. My subject matter includes :

Cats, Dogs, Horses, Barns, Boats, Baskets, Flowers, Fishermen, Lighthouses, Homes, Businesses, a Distillery, Fire Stations, Porches, a Police still life and other subjects,including SPECIAL COMMISSIONS featuring HOME PAINTINGS, PET PORTRAITS and PEOPLE PORTRAITS.

TEACHING CLASSES in watercolor has become a favorite activity of mine.  Helping people overcome their aversion to painting with watercolor is a real joy.

Also Available:

  1.   Limited edition reproductions,  lithographs and
             giclee’s 

  2.        FREE  with the purchase of a  16 x 20 reproduction    you may select an 8 x 10 reproduction  worth $25.

w    Open Edition Reproductions

CARDS  ...a full line of note cards featuring images 
          of my paintings

Original poems and amusing prose over watercolor    
          images

 
welcome to my website

Every experience is more meaningful when it is shared with someone.  God has blessed me with the desire and drive to translate what I see into art.  Toward that end, transparent watercolor has been the perfect vehicle for me.   It is challenging and unpredictable, yet forgiving and, most of all, totally fascinating.   My hope is that those who view my work will share a moment of my life and feel enriched for having  seen my interpretation of it.