Wednesday, March 18, 2015

Autumn Sunset Impressionist 12 by 12  Original Palette Knife Painting by Ginette

Autumn Sunset Impressionist Small Landscape
The painting is 12 x 12 x 1.75 inches on Canvas
(Ready to hang. Sides are painted black)


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Tuesday, December 23, 2014

Modern Impressionist Oil Painting Life at The Lily Pond by Ginette Callaway

Ginette Callaway's "Life At The lily Pond"

Original Oil Painting
The dimensions are 24 inches tall and 36 inches wide (61 x 91.4 Centimeters)


This awe-inspiring piece, Life by the Lily Pond by Ginette Callaway, is sure to make your jaw drop. The presence and stunning brushwork exhibited in this beautiful work of modern impressionism is an exceptional depiction of vibrant life by the lily pond.

I love the spectrum of perfectly balanced complementary colors gracefully detailing the roots of trees, lily reflections in the water, and ripples of layered bright hues. The thick, rich, and multi-dimensional brushstrokes add to the dynamic vigor and spirit of this piece.

The sky is illuminated by floral textures and each exuberant stroke carries its own weight, meaning, significance, and power. The luminescent sky blends with elegant reflections in the water, creating an atmosphere of boundless beauty. Callaway converses with Monet on the canvas and invites art-lovers to participate and engage in this lively conversation.

The blue, violet, rich red, and sunshine yellow hues pop with magnificent glow in the ripples of water, flowers, trees, and clouds, giving us the joyful gift of color-infused nature.

Your marveling eyes are also taken on a journey of movement throughout the canvas, exploring the many wonderful facets of nature and life on the lily pond. Embark on this journey with Callaway´s soulful oil painting.


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Modern Impressionist Oil painting by Ginette

Modern Impressionist Oil painting by Ginette

Modern Impressionist Oil painting by Ginette

Thursday, November 20, 2014

Ben Hogan Golf Painting

Portrait of Golf Legend Ben Hogan - Golf Legend

Ben Hogan Golf Painting

Dimensions: 18 x 18 x 1.50  inches

Early life

Ben Hogan was born in Stephenville, Texas and raised ten miles away in Dublin, Texas. His father Charles Hogan, a blacksmith, committed suicide when Ben was only nine years old. When Clara Hogan moved the family to Fort Worth, Texas, Ben helped the family put food on the table by delivering newspapers.

Professional Career

Early Struggles

Hogan started playing golf as a pro in 1931 at the young age of 17. He joined the PGA Tour two years later, but still had many flaws in his game, especially a very large hook in his swing. His early years as a pro were very difficult, and he went broke more than once. He left the tour and didn't return until 1937 . He did not win his first pro tournament until 1938, nine years after first turning pro. Hogan's wife Valerie believed in him, and this helped see him through the tough years, when he was still battling his hook, which he later cured

Swing change, start of success

When Hogan's struggles continued, he decided to switch his mechanics, a move that would change his career. John Omicinski, writing for Gannett News Service said, "(Hogan) lost his duckhook and start smashing shots of such purity that people came from miles around just to watch them fly.


Reproductions/Prints are available via my gallery at Fine Art America/Pixel

Tuesday, November 11, 2014

Veteran's Day Art Promotion last all week! 25% Discount

In honor of all veterans,

my husband is one of them.
I will run this promotion through 11/18/2014

All Reproductions/prints by Ginette Callaway will get a 25% discount.

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Tuesday, June 10, 2014

Statue of Liberty Large oil Painting by Ginette Callaway

 This painting is finished and has dried. Now available for purchase at

New York Statue of Liberty Painting

Statue of Liberty Large oil Painting
This is what I am working on right now. I hope to have it finished by July 4th.
Statue of Liberty. It's large 24 inches wide and 72 inches tall.

Friday, March 14, 2014

Ginette Callaway paints Jekyll Island Sunrise Amazing Modern Impressionism

I used to visit #Jekyll #Island off the #Georgia #Coast almost yearly about 20 years ago. I stopped doing it about ten years ago. The last time I went and stayed for a few days, was with my mother who visited from Germany. What I loved most about Jekyll Island was that it was very non touristy. There were only two restaurants and no stores other than a small convenient store. Everything you needed, you had to bring from the mainland, which suits me just fine, since I did the simple life thing. It was only about a 30 minute trip off the Island, to get everything you needed in #Brunswick Georgia.
It was great to find an affordable beach front hotel, even if it did have all the amnesties and there was no fast food place in walking distance, which too suited me just fine. You could get a decent room for under 100 or tops 120 dollars a night with view of the ocean. it was a poor man/women/s paradise back then.
All I wanted was a place to escape and relax away from the usual noise, yelling, running, music, and human entrainment activities that you often find on beaches. On Jekyll Island you felt thrown back in to a time of "before discovery" at least it felt that way.
Now Jekyll island has been developed and when I took a short trip a couple of years ago just to see I was shocked and left shortly.
Prices have shot through the roof and it's not affordable anymore for someone like myself.
There was still lots of construction and everything seemed to have changed. Where you once saw the ocean from the street there were now hills of sand piled up. A fast food place was being build. I guess we can't survive with at least one on every corner. A large convention center was build right by the ocean.
I said my goodbys and prefer to keep the memories of Jekyll Island from 15 or 20 years ago. I got to see the most beautiful sunrises just like in this painting. All you heard were the ocean, the wind, the seagulls, and you could see dolphins swimming and jumping off the coast. The trees all grow toward the land, blown by the Atlantic winds, that blow steadily, it all looks very unique. I walked the beach and there were few people. Loggerhead turtle tracks and driftwood and to my happy surprise NO litter, plastic bottles and other trash humans often throw down wherever they stand. It was a magical place. I'll miss you Jekyll Island!
View from my balcony last time I visited #Jekyll #Island #Georgia
Work in Progress.  #Oil on canvas 36 x 36 inches
This painting will be available to purchase very soon.
If you are interested please contact me.
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The finished 36 x 36 inch painting

Georgia Paintings by Ginette Callaway
Under painting for Jekyll island Sunrise Georgia oil painting

Progress Photos

Jekyll Island Sunrise Work in Progress
Work in Progress Photo 2

Jekyll Island Sunrise Work in Progress
Work In Progress Photo 3

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