Excited to launch janinehorak.com! I’m visiting Paris, France and have the amazing opportunity to meet great new artists and be inspired by famous art surrounding me at every turn…
Richly textured depiction of a woman’s back using palette knife.
Abstract texture using pallet knife inspired by lichen.
Painted at the request of Roger and Evelyn Brewer.
I painted these giant pomegranates as a birthday gift for my mother. She was inspired by the Italian artist, Carmelo Sortino.
These giant pears hang next to the “Pomegranates” painting.
These giant lemons were inspired by the Italian artist, Carmelo Sortino. The painting is named Lemon Chickens because the feathered brushstrokes, color and shape reminded me of plump chickens.
I painted this as a wedding gift. It is based on Impressionist Pierre-Auguste Renoir’s “Roses and Jasmin in a Delft Vase”. The original masterpiece was painted in 1880-81 and was formerly part of the collection of Otto Krebs, Holzdorf. Now displayed at The Hermitage, St. Petersburg, it measures 32″ by 25 5/8″.
I was especially attracted to the subtleties and mood of this masterpiece by French impressionist artist, Claude Monet. The original work “Seine at Giverney, Morning Mist” was painted in 1897. It is part of the permanent collection of the North Carolina Museum of Art in the U.S.A.
The movement and vibrant colors attracted me to Claude Monet’s original masterpiece painted in his garden at Giverney, France, 1900. This piece is part of the permanent collection of Yale University Art Gallery, U.S.A.
I painted these giraffes as a Christmas gift for my mother. I love how the intense color palette captures the harsh, African sun.
Jerry and Sarah enjoying the view from Orcas Island in WA.