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Autumn in Red Trees by Elaine Farmer
Pacific Coast by Elaine Farmer
Sunkist Birch Bark Tree by Elaine Farmer
Birch on Blue Sky by Elaine Farmer
Woodland Birch at Brook by Elaine Farmer
Autumn Birch Field by Elaine Farmer
Wooded Reflections Lily Pads by Elaine Farmer
Sunset on Honolulu Beach by Elaine Farmer
Rainbow Tree Mindanao Gum by Elaine Farmer
Lupine with Birch in Field by Elaine Farmer
LUPINE with BIRCH in FIELD Landscape by Elaine Farmer
MOONLIGHT BIRCH by Elaine Farmer
SPRING with BIRCH and DOGWOOD II by Elaine Farmer
Spring with Birch and Dogwood I by Elaine Farmer
Winter Glow by Elaine Farmer
Winter Birch Sunset over Lake by Elaine Farmer
Old Man of the Mountain by Elaine Farmer
Tree in Fog by Elaine Farmer
White Birch Winter Twilight by Elaine Farmer
White Birch Winter Sunset by Elaine Farmer
White Birch with evergreens and cardinal by Elaine Farmer
White Birch Winter Blue by Elaine Farmer
White Birch at Summer Lake by Elaine Farmer
White Birch Trunk with Spring Flowers by Elaine Farmer
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About Elaine Farmer
Elaine has always had a deep connection to the natural world around her and enjoys taking part in translating natures’ magnificence to canvas. Landscapes have always been her passion, where shapes, textures and lighting always offer an endless source of subjects and challenges.
Elaine was born into a family of musicians and grew up in Massachusetts with seven siblings, all with various artistic talents of their own. She began her own artistic journey at the age of 12 with her first set of oil paints and has been studying and painting art ever since. She has studied art through classes and workshops with many well known artists in the U.S. and internationally.
A national award winning artist she has earned numerous awards throughout the U.S. including Arts for the Parks-Top100 (2011). Elaine is represented in galleries and participates in juried art exhibits throughout the U.S. Elaine’s work is found in private and corporate collections both in the U.S. and abroad.
Living in England (1983-1986) gave Elaine the opportunity to study art with a private instructor from Oxford. It also provided her the opportunity to visit the National Gallery of Art in London and the Louvre in Paris and traveled extensively throughout Germany and Holland. This period was very inspiring for her and developed a love for English and European landscapes. It was in 1985, that she began her professional art career, selling her works.
Moving to Georgia (1986-1996), Elaine became active in the Warner Robins Artist Assoc., serving as President in 1989-90 and as Chairperson for several art shows. She also served as member-at-large for the Middle GA Artist’s Assoc. In 1990, she began teaching art classes and workshops at local art studios. She owned and operated her own art gallery, Art Expressions, from 1991 through 1996, leaving it behind to return to her native New England.
Traveling the world to find new ideas, her current body of work focuses on quiet landscapes as seen near home and far beyond. Using a simple design structure and brighter than life colors, she blends traditional realism with a contemporary impressionistic feeling, capturing the essence of her inspiration. While exploring this new idea of simplifying the scene to reflect the bare essence of the theme, she still holds the Hudson River Valley Artists in high regard for their valuable studies in plein air along with their classical academic approach to painting.
Being involved in her community has always been an integral part for this artist. Elaine maintains an art studio in Amherst, NH where she provides art instruction and workshops. Through her teaching experiences, her students have led her to focus on developing an easy to understand color mixing method for use by working artists, teachers and the novice painter which has in turn produced a book on the subject “HARMONIOUS COLOR SCHEMES; a no nonsense approach using the Color Wheel”.