Posts tagged “Springfield

Summer 2013 Display at the Springfield/Branson National Airport

Alone 36"x48"

Alone 36″x48″

I am delighted to announce that nine of Jerrold’s paintings will be on display in the Terminal of the Springfield/Branson National Airport beginning today and staying through the end of August.

The Secret won’t join the display until July, mainly because it is so long I couldn’t get it in my car. (Imagine me struggling in the rain at 6:30 this morning, trying to fit a 60 inch long painting into a 58 inch long back seat.) We decided that when another artist takes his paintings down in July, we will replace one of them with The Secret. At that time I will have to find a truck.

I will certainly miss them being on my walls, but hopefully this will get a lot of exposure for his work.

I won’t be selling any originals, but I will sell giclee prints to anyone who wants them. Anyone who sees the art in the airport and wants a print will have to contact the Springfield Regional Arts Council to arrange that. I use a local printmaker who does excellent work. His name is Josh Mitchell.

Stop by the terminal to have a look if you’re in the area!



Pike Creek 18"x24"

Pike Creek 18″x24″

Sunset at Carton's Point, Massena, NY 20"x22"

Sunset at Carton’s Point, Massena, NY 20″x22″

Aleksei 2004 36"x36"

Aleksei 2004 36″x36″

Jessica 37"x 48"

Jessica 37″x 48″

Isabelle 18"x 24"

Isabelle 18″x 24″

He Loves Me, He Loves Me Not 26"x 37"

He Loves Me, He Loves Me Not 26″x 37″

Keila 36"x 36"

Keila 36″x 36″

The Secret 30"x 60"

The Secret 30″x 60″

September, 2011 show

Peggy will be showing at the SquidFoo art Gallery in Springfield, MO for the month of September, beginning with the First Friday Art Walk on September 2nd.  The theme for the show is “Robot Revolution” and while Peggy was intended to be a mannequin, she is an animated mannequin, which would then make her something like a robot, right?



My Dad didn’t like telling people what his paintings meant, he just wanted them to figure it out on their own, which for me is often impossible.  But I think I get the drift with the mannequins.  His first painting of a mannequin was called “Portrait of Jane Doe Representing the Oppressed Majority Called Womanhood” (click the title to see a photo of it. I don’t have access to that painting). I think he carries that theme on with all of the mannequins.  In other words Peggy is a woman who follows what society tells her to do, no matter how oppressing.  We are programmed to do what “girls should do”…etc, etc. He could have explained it so much better than I can.  So my point is, she’s like a robot, kindof.

The only expert on the meanings of Jerry’s art was himself, so my interpretation is by no means correct.  If you have an opinion, please feel free to write it in the comments.


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