Today we welcome a new artist to the walls of Pine Street Art Works - Ginny Joyner. Ginny is a Vermont artist, well known and loved, both here and farther afield. She graduated from the Rhode Island School Of Design in 1986 with a degree in illustration, and her work has appeared in many publications and for clients as varied as Harper Collins, The Baltimore Sun, and Eating Well Magazine.
I've loved Ginny's work for years, but while I was focusing on bringing my customers one -of- a- kind art I couldn't figure out how to incorporate her into the fold. But now that I've decided to bring artist made limited editions to my collections, Ginny fits in perfectly. I'm telling you, it's not easy to find such gorgeous work locally, and I'm so glad that Ginny agreed to let me carry her work. I'm sure you will love her paintings of pastry, teacups, garden vegetables, ruby slippers, porcelain figures, butterflies, cows, ladies shoes, fruits and teapots as much as I do.
This is just a small sample of her work, which is prodigious and varied, and always exquisite. I will post more images as she sends them to me.
Ginny Joyner, Garden Boots. Used by permission.
Ginny Joyner - Pastry/croissant. Used by permission.
Ginny Joyner - Pastry. Used by permission
Ginny Joyner, Radis. Used by permission.
Ginny Joyner, Chelsea Rabbit. Used by permission
Ginny Joyner, Ruby Slippers. Used by permission.
Ginny does her own printing so she can keep the quality high and the prices low. These prints cost $40 for 8 1/2 x 11 or $70 for 13 x 18. That isn't always the size of the actual image, but the paper it's printed on. Cellophane wrapped and ready for giving, these make a great holiday or housewarming gift.
As always, I can ship anywhere. Just email me. liza (at)pinestreetartworks.com. You can pay over the phone with a credit card, easy as pie- or tart au cerise.