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Ginette Will Be At Chastain Park Atlanta

October 10th, 2012

Ginette Will Be At Chastain Park Atlanta

Ginette will be an exhibitor at the Chastain Park Arts Festival in Atlanta

Saturday: November 3, 2012
10:00 am – 6:00 pm
Sunday: November 4, 2012
11:00 am – 5:00 pm
The Chastain Park Arts Festival will be held at Chastain Park, Atlanta GA conveniently located near the Chastain Park Amphitheater, the Horse Barn and Golf Course. For Mapquest and Yahoo maps, use the following address:
4469 Stella Dr., Atlanta, GA 30327.

Admission
Free (bring a group and have a good time!)

http://www.chastainparkartsfestival.com/

Promotion Discount On All Ginette Fine Art Reproductions Until August 27th

August 11th, 2012

Promotion Discount On All Ginette Fine Art Reproductions Until August 27th

All reproductions are eligible for a 50% discount. This promotion will end August 27th. Please use Discount code JFDHHX at checkout!

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Ginette Fine Art At Jupiter Juno Beach Florida

March 2nd, 2012

Ginette Fine Art At Jupiter Juno Beach Florida

I will be in Jupiter Florida with many of my paintings.
I hope to see you there.
24th Annual Art Fest by the Sea (Jupiter/Juno Beach)
March 10th & 11th, 2012
Saturday & Sunday 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Free Admission
A1A Between Donald Ross Rd. and Marcinski in Jupiter, FL

Stretching along the oceanfront along A1A, Art Fest by the Sea has become a springtime tradition for residents and snowbirds alike. Located in Juno Beach, nearby Jupiter in Palm Beach County, the festival brings together longtime favorites and the newest names in the contemporary art scene. Life-size sculptures, spectacular paintings, one-of-a-kind jewels, photography, ceramics, and much more make for one fabulous weekend.


http://www.ginettefineart.com/ShowItinerary.html

Ginette Callaway Paintings At Georgia State Capital

May 15th, 2011

Ginette Callaway Paintings At Georgia State Capital

Five of Ginette Callaway's Georgia related Oil Painting are being exhibited at the Georgia State Capital Building.
The two main Paintings Are located in the Front Lobby where the Guest Sign-In Book is.
The paintings are called:
"Georgia Okefenkee Sunset Magic" a large 40 x 60 inch oil painting.
"Georgia Mountains Cloudland Canyon" 24 x 24 inch oil painting.
There are also: "Savannah Georgia River Queen" 18 x 18 inch Oil Painting,
"Baby Loggerhead Drift Wood Beach" 40 x 30 inch Oil Painting
Parrot Pitcherplant & Frog – The Okefenokee Georgia 12 x 36 x 1.75 inches
The paintings are to view to the public until May 2012.
The Capital address is:

Georgia State Capitol
100 Washington St
Atlanta, GA 30334
(404) 656-2844

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In The Wild Garden

March 6th, 2011

In The Wild Garden

Impressionist Artist Ginette Callaway gets praise all the way from India and brings Georgia and the Okefenokee to the attention of millions of readers around the world !

August the 8th 2010 an article appeared in the “Speaking Tree” a publication of
”The Times of India” the worlds largest and most read English speaking news paper. This article has at it’s center, one of Ginette’s paintings “Copperhead Snake in the Okefenokee”! The writer, Rupa Sengupta calls her article

"In The Wild Garden"
In the paradise of the natural order, Ginette Callaway’s copperhead snake sheds the burden of its demonisation,

excerpt: In Georgia,US, copperhead snakes often get trod on for being hard to tell from the ground. Freezing when frightened, they get run over on the roads. They bite, but only when in danger. With hourglass-shaped marks on their yellowish bodies, these shy, water-loving reptiles thrive in the Okefenokee. Home to wildlife from heron and crane to otter...

In The Wild Garden

March 6th, 2011

In The Wild Garden

Impressionist Artist Ginette Callaway gets praise all the way from India and brings Georgia and the Okefenokee to the attention of millions of readers around the world !

August the 8th 2010 an article appeared in the “Speaking Tree” a publication of
”The Times of India” the worlds largest and most read English speaking news paper. This article has at it’s center, one of Ginette’s paintings “Copperhead Snake in the Okefenokee”! The writer, Rupa Sengupta calls her article

"In The Wild Garden"
In the paradise of the natural order, Ginette Callaway’s copperhead snake sheds the burden of its demonisation,

excerpt: In Georgia,US, copperhead snakes often get trod on for being hard to tell from the ground. Freezing when frightened, they get run over on the roads. They bite, but only when in danger. With hourglass-shaped marks on their yellowish bodies, these shy, water-loving reptiles thrive in the Okefenokee. Home to wildlife from heron and crane to otter...