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An acrylic and watercolour painting of Jack Johnson a musician and surfer done on 12×18 140 lb cold press paper.
jack johnson, singer, surfer, acrylic and watercolour painting
Very cool painting Jennifer, seems like a lifetime ago when I spent all my time on a surf board. Liked the music very much.
Hi, Jim! Where was your favorite surf spot? My nephew practically lives out in the ocean surfing every chance he gets. Thanks so much for the kind comment :) Have a great week!
– Jennifer Ingram
You have to imagine that it was the late sixties and there was only one bridge over to Emerald Isle and that was the one in Morehead City. You could take the ferry over, but that still dropped you off seven or eight miles down the island. So the “Lifeguard Station” end of the island was basically undeveloped. Cool Ugh? This was a surfer’s paradise. You also have to remember driving on the beach laws were also very different at that time.
Thanks so much for the feature and nice comment , Michael :)
CONGRATS on your Feature in UNNOTICED, UNSEEN and UNDISCOVERED!! Honored to be among you. AWESOME image!! :)))))
Hi, Debbie! Your wonderful comment made my day :) I really appreciate the kind words and fave!
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Thanks for the feature, Mary :)
Brilliant Jennifer! cheers Roy
Thanks so much, Roy :D
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Wow, such a complex piece in many ways, and yet it simply says, “song”. Congratulations on your features today (Dec 1, 2012) in Women Painters, Jennifer!
Thanks so much for the wonderful comment, Fran :)
Amazing work, Jennifer! Congrats on your recent feature in Women Painters!
Your wonderful comment made my day! Thanks so much, Angela :)