*****I recommend purchasing my artwork as prints on paper, canvas, metal or acrylic. Please note that I advise against buying MY ARTWORK as prints on WOOD. This option is not ideal for my paintings. The wood may change the colors of my art and therefore is not ideal and NOT recommended. The canvas is amazing quality, the paper prints are available in various fine art papers. All come highly recommended. THANK YOU! ****** Sign up for newsletter to find out when we run specials Use code MAHDGL for a 20% discount at checkout. Expires 05/17/2017. ***** Copyright Notice: Prints are available for the purpose of decor, wall display for home or business for collectors and end consumers. Framing places. Interior decor places, may purchase prints, as many as needed, but may NOT MAKE COPIES, of Ginette's Art for profit. Buyer may NOT use prints for purposes of making copies or enlargements. All copyrights are the artists. ***** All Paintings and Designs are by Ginette Callaway. Originals are available at ginettecallaway.com Click ginettecallaway ***** NOTE: You may see a copyright watermark on images, These WATERMARKS will not be on your art prints. They are simply here to protect Ginette's art from copyright infringers.I appreciate your understanding. Please contact me anytime if you have questions! Happy Shopping!
was born in France, lived in France and Germany and now in the United States. My main work is original oil and watercolors.
I have studied the impressionists and post-impressionist. My own way of expressing leaning more toward Post impressionism, because it opened the door to a more expressive way of painting and greater freedom. Besides admiring and studying works by Nicolai Fechin, Manet, Monet, Van Gogh Gauguin, Degas, I also love the works of artist like Chagall and Toulouse- Lautrec. I love to include black paint, mixed from various hues and of course impressionism did not allow the use black. So at the end of the day my work has it's own energy influenced by what I have seen and read of these great artist.
My focus has always been to develop my own style. I study color theory and painting techniques but I mostly learned and still learn, by doing.
I enjoy the process of painting and my subject matter is always a reflection of who I am as a person. Basically I paint what I love.