I am so excited to present hand-selected works of art by featured artist Jennifer McCarty and Justin Lepper. Both of these young kiddos are emerging on to the Las Vegas Art Scene so super FAST, they are like Shooting Stars!
Jennifer McCarty is a self-taught artist. She has always felt that creating art is a necessary part of life; whether it is painting, drawing, crafting, muraling, or gardening. She sees art in everything around her. An avid admirer of other people’s artwork, she is constantly inspired. Jennifer’s art ranges in mediums, styles and emotionally driven circumstances. For Jennifer, art offers a release from the everyday details into a world of passion, dreams, and meditation. Today, Jennifer’s work embodies her unique philosophy towards life. Jennifer’s artwork is an interesting journey towards the nature of self-discovery. Future is so bright … you need to wear shades.
Jennifer McCarty’s acrylic painting titled Transformation of a Ram Goddess
Justin Lepper has been writing since he was 14 years old. And became a published poet at 23. One of his processes as a writer was when he experienced a writers block, he found that drawing really helped him … but also he just LOVED it, so one thing led to another and now hes painting all the time, enjoying the whole process, from start to finish. Justin loves life and lives without boundaries, striving to see the world unfiltered. Justin enjoys executing all forms of art, writing and music. He loves traveling the world, and teaching others. The future is getting brighter everyday for this young man as the world discovers his talent!
Justin Lepper oil painting titled “The Fire Man” 5′x3′
And that’s not all …
Jana’s RedRoom is showing a collaborative exhibit consists of eight 9″x12″ stained glass mosaic pieces entitled “Blending Contrasts.”
Collaboration by Bodlar Deathbringer and Lisa Fields Clark titled Blending Contrasts
Bodlar Deathbringer, a thirty-something, creates contemporary and spontaneous abstract acrylic paintings on paper which he calls “Gestures.” These pieces are meant to capture a moment in time.
Lisa Fields Clark, a retired social services worker, is known as a traditional mosaic/mixed media artist, a medium which usually requires much prior preparation and planning.
The collaboration involves interpreting Boldlar’s paintings into three-dimensional glass mosaic artworks. The goal is to demonstrate unity between two very different artists; a symbolic blend mirroring the current changing population of Las Vegas.
These pieces were created thanks to the generous support from the Nevada Arts Council and National Endowment for the Arts and will be showing the month of March at Jana’s RedRoom.
These four artist will be attending our show … this Thursday at 6 p.m. It’s our Preview Party … come out and have a POP! The future of the RedRoom artist is so bright you need to put your sun glasses on just to walk through our fabulous RED doors!
Jana’s RedRoom is offering original art by more artists than ever before! Our Artist count is 79 and growing!