Saturday, November 28, 2009

Another Face Painting Day: More Work on Tranquility

Quick post. I'm off to NYC tomorrow morning early to get to the reception for the Allied Artists of America show at the National Arts Club.

I spent another five hours today ... mainly working on the model's face. See the rest of the painting and its progression on yesterday's "Face Painting" post.

Closeup of "Tranquility" work in progress (day 7), 30"h x 24"w, oil on linen, copyright Jill Banks 2009.

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Friday, November 27, 2009

Face Painting Today

Today, I decided to continue working on "Tranquility" -- a figure painting that I've been working on "live" up until today's session. I worked exclusively on the model's face ... well, almost exclusively ... since I had to rework the background a little to achieve better edges on her hair and cheek. I'm not completely satisfied yet, but I did make some good progress. The photo I took doesn't do it justice. It's tough to get a decent photo with sopping wet paint.

Check out my progress on this painting with these earlier posts:
 Sooo... Much Fun Painting Today (Day 1)
Painting a Model at the Artists' Atelier, Day 3
Day 4 for "Tranquility"
Day 5: Wet Paint and Model Day at the Atelier

Lots to do. Lots to do.

Close-up of "Tranquility" work in progress, 30"h x 24"w, oil on linen, copyright Jill Banks 2009.

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My Latest Lemon Painting

 Happy Belated Thanksgiving!

Yesterday, the Thanksgiving feast was at our house but cooking the turkey and sweet potatoes  and anticipating guests didn't stop me from continuing work on the latest of paintings of lemons. My Dad stopped by earlier in the day to drop off flower arrangements and I think he was surprised to find the kitchen still a mess ... with an easel blocking the walkway ... and me happily painting away. Dinner was ready on time and the "hostess" (me) was much cheerier since the day wasn't all about cooking.

I did think about writing the blog yesterday with a photo of my kitchen setup and a title of "What's Cooking in My Kitchen" -- but I didn't really have time to spare.

This is a work in progress. It will be a challenge to tackle the granite countertops. Hmmm.

I'd like to do a series of interiors inside my house (first) and then other interesting places where I can setup and paint onsite. This still life was going to be my first interior but the flowers and lemons just didn't seem comfortable playing second fiddle to a room.

I've created plenty of paintings of lemons and sunflowers. (See my web site gallery pages: still life section for more examples.) Not sure they've ever appeared together before. Now the sunflower season has truly ended.

Registration for my January workshop (Mastering the Business of Art) and classes (Portrait and Figure Painting in Oils, Still Life Painting in Oils) at the Great Falls School of Art is going on now. See my earlier blog post about classes or go to my web site and click on classes for more information.

Be sure to see my solo exhibit at Maison du Vin in Great Falls, VA and Market Cellars in Reston, VA. The Maison du Vin show comes down December 14.

"Lemons, Sunflowers and the Blue Teakettle" work in progress, 30"h x 24"w, copyright Jill Banks 2009.

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Monday, November 23, 2009

New Exhibit: Art and Wine at Market Cellars in the Reston Town Center

"Black&White and Red All Over" -- my solo exhibit that runs through December 14 at Maison du Vin, a fantastic wine store in Great Falls, VA -- now has an annex. I just hung six pieces at Market Cellars, a Maison du Vin company,  at the Reston Town Center (near the Hyatt on Market Street). I may find a spot for one more -- just need to figure out what piece or maybe even paint a new one.

The pieces I put into Market Cellars include some appropriate holiday gifts ... just in time for Black Friday.  There you'll find "Standing By", "Nautilus", "Pear of Lovers", "Rodin's Lady Sackville-West" and two of my dwindling stock of restaurant series paintings -- "Like Husband, Like Wife" and "Friends in Florence".

Be sure to check out both locations. I have thirteen original paintings and drawings at Maison du Vin (756 Walker Road, Suite D, Great Falls, VA, 703-759-9880, Hours: Monday-Friday, 11am-8pm; Saturday, 10am-7pm; Sunday, noon-5pm). On Saturday, November 28, stop in from 1-5pm for complimentary World Tour Wine Tasting with Elite Wines (tell them I sent you). Or December 5, 1-5pm for Wines for Gifts and Holiday Celebrations (wine tasting).

Market Cellars is located at 11873 Market Street, Reston, VA 20190. 703-437-9463. I believe their hours are 11am-8pm, Monday through Saturday and Sundays from noon to 5pm.

"Standing By", oil on linen-lined board, 12"h x 9"w, copyright Jill Banks 2009. Other photos of Market Cellars and my exhibit there.

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Art Night Out! A HUGE Success!

I get the distinct impression that Art Night Out!, the annual gala fundraising event of the Great Falls Foundation for the Arts is truly the "party of the year." Tons of chocolate, great wine, art supporters, artists and art enthusiasts, beautiful setting in the Artists' Atelier (the studio I share with 15 other artists at 1144 Walker Road, Suites D&G, Great Falls, VA), a silent auction, strawberries, cappucino, fun conversations -- were all part of the mix making this the place to be this past Friday night, November 20.

Anjanette Murphy was the event chairperson. Her committee team were like magic elves -- transforming our studio space, hanging the show for the silent auction, bringing in incredible food, catering, and drinks and inviting and bringing in a fantastic crowd. I don't know how many people were there -- but I don't think we could have fit in one more person. It was packed!

All three of the pieces I donated to the auction went to new homes. Yea! That means I sold my third (out of three) "Bellydancer" painting -- so it's time to start thinking about the fourth. I also sold my "Town Center Fountain" ink wash drawing. I love showing my drawings and paintings together ... they represent the two "sides" of me.  The drawings also offer people an opportunity to collect my work at an affordable price -- and they still get to own a beautiful original piece.

I can't wait 'til next year! Thanks to everyone who bought tickets, bought art, contributed work or food and drink, worked on the event or sponsored it. What a great success!

The photos from top to bottom: The buffet table pre-guests, my mom and dad (Ken and Shonnie Johnson) taking a chocolate tour around the world, signs of an animated evening, Randy and me in my downstairs studio/gallery space (I have space upstairs and downstairs) - photo taken by friend and fellow artist Adrienne Kralick, and a view of the party through the strawberries.

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Saturday, November 21, 2009

Visiting Some Sargents and the Curious Habits of Artists

If you're looking for course listings for the Great Falls School of Art, please see yesterday's post.

On Thursday, I visited the Corcoran's "Sargent and the Sea" exhibit with friends from the Art League. I got there a bit early (they open at 10am) and up the stairs comes Linda Lawler (another artist friend) with her student on an field trip. Lucky coincidence. Then, Linda Wharton (an artist friend who went with me to many workshops in Philadelphia, Easton, Florence (Italy) and Venice (Italy)) arrived. Linda' s the one who invited me there. We met up with Lena and Diane, fellow students from Rob Liberace's class. Once in the gallery, a woman who had come and visited my studio with the Great Falls Newcomers group said hello. She was there with the McLean Newcomers group. Later I'm sketching outside of the exhibit and in walks fellow studiomate, Heidi Mraz. Next in was Diane Falconer (former studiomate) and Joy Jacobsen (still life student). Funny day that definitely reminded me what great friends I've made through my art pursuits.

The Curious Habits of Artists is something I observed at the Corcoran. The Sargent exhibit isn't huge, but I believe we were in there for three and a half hours. Diane and Lena were the main culprits, discussing every inch of every painting. It was fun and informative and funny. I took a few photos in the permanent exhibit (you can't take photos in the special exhibit).

I was examining the paintings and drawings pretty closely myself. Even though John Singer Sargent (1856–1925) grew weary of painting portraits by the end of his career, his portraits are drop-dead gorgeous. My focus was on his brushstrokes, a pearl necklace  (since I just painted a portrait with one), fingers (he is a master of expressive hands) and textures in clothing. I've also included some of the crazy photos I took for my own reference (not for this blog). This gives you a pretty good idea that I have some curious habits of my own. Photos are various views of Sargent's portrait of Margaret Stuyvesant Rutherfurd White (Mrs. Henry White), 1883, oil on canvas, Gift of John Campbell White, 49.4. They are part of the "John Singer Sargent in the Corcoran Collection" exhibit that runs concurrently with the "Sargent and the Sea" exhibit. Both continue until January 3, 2010.

What a great, fun, inspiring day.

The only negative was that I had planned to also view the French drawing exhibit at the National Gallery but ended up missing it. Once we finished lunch and made it to the French drawing exhibit, I realized that I had lost my parking lot (valet) ticket. Since that ticket entitled the recipient to my car and its contents, I left my art buddies to go claim my car. So, I'll have to find another day for my French drawing inspiration. Soon.

Take a look, too, at my web site: I just added class information and more paintings to the still life gallery (added today) -- including "Fruit and Wine" (my painting of a market in Burano, Italy), "Peonies", "Sunflowers and Gladioli" and "Arance, Oranges", my painting of a Florence, Italy market that is currently hanging in the Allied Artists of America's 96th Annual Exhibition at the National Arts Club in Gramercy Park, NYC. I'll be attending the reception there this coming Sunday, November 29. I'm excited about it!

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Thursday, November 19, 2009

Winter 2010 Classes at the Great Falls School of Art

I've been putting together the new bulletin for the Great Falls School of Art, where I teach ... and figured that this is the perfect opportunity to give you the first peek at this January's offerings. I'll be teaching Monday and Tuesday day classes. See dates and times below. Also, I'm teaching a "Mastering the Business of Art" workshop on January 6 and 7. This is offered once a year. It earned rave reviews last year... and I know firsthand that it has had a major influence on those who attended the class. Registration begins immediately for all classes. I didn't list the teen and children's classes offered ... see the Great Falls Foundation for the Arts web site to download the entire bulletin. More info on my classes and a registration form and information can be found on my web site: -- just updated!

The Great Falls School of Art is located at 1144 Walker Road, Suite D, Great Falls, VA 22066. Registration is going on now. I put a registration form and info on my web site here.



Portrait and Figure Painting in Oils – Jill Banks
This course covers the basic elements of painting the portrait and figure: composition, mood, gesture, form, structure and features. Emphasis is placed on creating sound and compelling paintings as well as achieving a likeness. Beginning students will work in grisaille – concentrating on accurate values and form. Intermediate and more advanced students will learn how to paint beautiful skin tones through color studies and to place the figure in space. A supply list is posted on Jill’s web site.  For information on the instructor, see Jill’s blog at or Model fees are extra and are to be paid directly to the instructor the first day of class. Nude and clothed models. A supply list will be posted on Jill’s web site.

Mondays, Jan. 11-Mar. 8, 10am-2pm  $400 plus model fee (model fee to be paid directly to the instructor)

Still Life Painting in Oils– Jill Banks
Still life provides a great tool to hone skills. Students of all levels welcome.  Beginners will learn the fundamentals including laying in lights/darks (grisaille), color, materials and form.  More advanced students will apply skills to increasingly complex subject matter, refine color and produce finished paintings, learn to see as artists, simplify forms into abstract shapes and how to construct compositions. Information on the instructor can be found at and on her blog at A supply list is posted on Jill’s web site.

Tuesdays, Jan. 12-Mar. 9, 11:00am-3:00pm
$400 plus materials fee (materials fee paid directly to instructor)

Traditional Oil Painting Techniques – All levels - Adrienne Kralick
This class is tailored to help each students at their own level whether beginner or advanced, with an emphasis on the concepts and painting techniques that can be learned from great paintings throughout history.  Beginning students will work on still life or photos chosen by the instructor to fit their skill level while advanced students work on paintings of their choosing.  Everyone benefits from the instructions given to others in the group. Information on the instructor can be found at

Fridays, Jan. 8 – Mar. 19, 9:30am-12:30pm  $300 (no class on Jan. 29 or Feb. 12)
Sundays, Jan, 10 – Mar. 21, 1:00pm-4:00pm   $300 (no class on Jan. 31 or Feb. 14)

The Lives and Techniques of the World’s Most Famous Artists – Adrienne Kralick
A combination of hands-on painting and art history. Take home a different masterpiece from each five week session. Sessions will alternate between weekday and weekends to accommodate more students. If you can’t do one session, you can wait for the next. Session 1: Luminous Landscapes Like Monet – This class starts with a trip to a local museum to study Monet paintings up close; analyzing brushstroke, canvas, priming and colors used by this master of impressionism. Then, students will create a painting of their own home, garden or special scene with the luminous light and airy feeling of an 1870s Monet. During this course, students will learn about the artist and his life while completing his/her own masterpiece using Monet’s exact colors, canvas and techniques. Instructor will provide similar colors and canvas used by the artist. (Look for upcoming series: Vibrant Portraits Like Van Gogh and Stroke and Style of Mary Cassatt.)

Saturdays, 9:00pm-12:00pm, 5 weeks
Museum Trip: January 9; Painting Sessions: Jan. 23, Jan. 30, Feb. 6, Feb. 13.
$200 plus supply fee; supply fee paid directly to the instructor.

Figure Drawing, The Long Pose – Michela Mansuino
Drawing from the live nude model, this class will be structured around the long pose for three consecutive weeks at a time, allowing students to focus on learning anatomy and produce detailed, finished drawings.  Materials and techniques to be used are charcoal, red and white chalk and pen and ink on paper.  Supply list will be posted.

Tuesdays, Jan. 12-Mar. 9, 6:00pm-9:00pm
$300 plus model fees

Drawing/Painting from the Plaster Cast – Michela Mansuino
In the French academies of the not-so-distant past, students were encouraged to paint from plaster casts that were replicas of sculptures.  The instruction was designed for students to build confidence in the handling of oil paint.  We will recreate the lesson.  Each student will work from an individually set up and lighted white plaster cast of a part of the human figure.  We will focus on edges, proportion and value using just three colors on an oil painting ground.  The student will stay with the same cast for 9 weeks and will be expected to produce a finished, highly polished study which can then be used as a measure of success.  Supply list will be posted.

Drawing Class: Wednesdays, Jan. 13-Mar. 10, 10am-2pm  $300
Painting Class:  Wednesdays, Jan. 13-Mar. 10, 3:00pm-6:00pm $300

Jewelry – Made in Metal I – JJ Singh
Discover the limitless possibilities of working with metal clay.  Made in Metal I will introduce the low firing formulation of PMC3 (Precious Metal Clay) and explore its properties.  Learn to cut, form, texture, paste, set stones, refine, fire and polish you fine silver designs into beautiful jewelry.  Projects may include earrings, bracelet, pendants and a ring.  Metal clay is a clay-like medium used to make jewelry, beads and small sculpture.  It consists of very small particles of precious metals (such as silver, gold or platinum) mixed with an organic binder and water.  Metal clay can be shaped just like any soft clay, by hand or using moulds.  After drying, it can be fired in a variety of ways including in a kiln, with a handheld gas torch or on a gas stove.  The binder burns away, leaving the pure, sintered metal. Six sessions.

Mondays, Jan. 25-Mar. 1, 10am-1pm, Maximum class size 8
$280 plus material fee $115 ($35 for personal tool kit which can be reused and $80 for PMC3 – 50g pack); materials fee paid directly to instructor.

Jewelry – Made in Metal II – JJ Singh
Prerequisite: Made in Metal I. Made in Metal II will continue to explore the properties of metal clay through the manipulation of paper clay, syringe clay and the original PMC+ formulation. Projects in this course will be more complex and intricate than the Level I course and will focus on the unique properties of PMC+.

Thursdays, Jan. 28-Mar. 4, 10am-1pm, Maximum class size 8. Six sessions.
$280 plus materials fee to be determined; materials fee paid directly to instructor.

Great Workshop: Offered just once a year!
Mastering the Business of Art – Jill Banks
Creating a successful art career requires more than just creating appealing art. This two-day workshop covers the fundamentals of planning, establishing and running a career as a professional artist. Topics include goal setting, studio setup, purchasing, pricing your work, exhibiting, selling, applying for grants, taxes, setting up merchant accounts, marketing, add-on products and branding, promotions, publicity, approaching galleries, establishing name recognition, handling commissions, inventory control and more. The instructor started taking classes in 2003 – and in a little over six years has successfully built a rewarding art career through sales, commissions, recognition, awards, a grant, gallery representation and teaching. The business of art is challenging and rewarding – and conquering it lets us do more of what we love to do! A workbook is included. Information on the instructor can be found at: and on her blog at This popular workshop is held once a year. Don’t miss it.

Wednesday and Thursday, January 6 and 7, 5pm-8pm
$95 per person + $10 booklet fee (booklet fee payable directly to instructor)

Oil Color Mixing Workshop – Michela Mansuino
This workshop will be structured in four parts. Let’s spend the morning laying out the permanent palette in a professional way and making two-color combinations. I’ll pass out a template that you can use to mix up the combinations and that you will have as future reference pages. Some mixtures will become your favorites and some you will come back to time after time, as solutions for certain passages. We will then turn a few of the local colors into the four value ranges necessary to model the form from light to shadow. We will practice making the “pools” of value and saturation ranges and “walking” the brush to get those lovely halftones that describe the natural world around us. A supply list will be emailed upon registration.

Saturday, January 16, 10:00am-2:00pm $50

Jill Banks                      703-403-7435    and

Adrienne Kralick          571-437-5060         
Michela Mansuino        571-263-7696
Deana Fernandez         703-798-9890 
JJ Singh                        703-759-7068 

Sign UP!!! See the registration form on my web site for more information. See also to download the entire course bulletin.

Phone: 703.403.7435

Thursday, November 12, 2009

"Nautilus" Painting Day Two and Keeping Inspired

Today, I returned to this painting I'd started in October. This was intended as a warm-up for some work I'm doing to finish up a portrait commission. The warm-up took awhile ... but it's a lazy, rainy, chilly Fall day ... that I've managed to spend enjoyably in my home studio.

My support for this painting is a linen-lined, oil-primed Raymar panel. It never works for me in one alla prima session as the paint just doesn't adhere properly at the beginning. It was easy, however, to work on it once that initial paint layer dried.  Much better!

I have plans ... within the next few weeks ... to start a number of new paintings at once. As my own "employer", I'm constantly re-charging and driving myself in new directions to keep developing as an artist. A key to keeping me happy (and productive) is variety, planning, and flexibility. Since I've been finishing a lot lately, I need the excitement, and change of pace, of starting new pieces. So, that's what I'll do ... armed with the inspiration of last weekend's trip to NYC. I'm even working in some additional inspiration next week ... with a trip into DC to see the Sargent and the Sea show at the Corcoran (on exhibit through January 3, 2010) and French Drawings at the National Gallery (through January 31, 2010). Can't wait!!!

"Nautilus" work in progress, 10"h x 8"w, oil on Raymar panel, copyright Jill Banks 2009.

Phone: 703.403.7435 

Wednesday, November 11, 2009

Day 5: Wet Paint and Model Day at the Atelier

This painting may need a new name. Currently named "Tranquility," this is a work in progress on day five of the five scheduled model sessions at the Artists' Atelier (the studio I share with 15 other artists in Great Falls, VA). If it gets a new name, it may be "My Favorite Place" -- mentally, physically, spiritually. I simply love to paint. Let me paint from a live model ... in a situation where I have some control (i.e. pose, place, mood, apparel) ... and I just couldn't be happier. I spent three hours working on painting Liz while she was available, and the rest of the afternoon painting my surroundings in the studio, all by myself.

Randy and I went up to NYC this past weekend for the reception of the American Artists Professional League's Grand National where my "Sunflowers II" is on exhibit at the Salmagundi Club.  We stayed in Soho and had a terrific time walking around the city, taking in the lights and rhythms of the place. That exhibit continues until November 13.

We shipped "Arance, Oranges" to NYC last week for Allied Artists of America's Annual Exhibition which opens November 13 at the National Arts Club. We'll head back up there for a reception the Sunday after Thanksgiving. I can't wait. While traveling back and forth is a bit of a pain, I love just being in New York. And, I'm particularly excited to be one of the exhibitors in the Allied Artists show. This is my first time getting in to this competitive juried exhibit. (Yea!)

I also plan to go to Maison du Vin this Saturday ... where I have a solo show hanging. Every Saturday they have a special event and this one is a free wine tasting with Thanksgiving suggestions. Maybe someone will want to take home one of my paintings with a case of wine that day. You never know. Find out more about my exhibit there on my web site.

"Tranquility" day 5 work in progress, oil on linen, 30"h x 24"w, copyright Jill Banks 2009.

Phone: 703.403.7435

Thursday, November 5, 2009

First Friday and Gala Silent Auction Preview

So, I definitely waited until the last minute to figure out what I was donating for the Great Falls Foundation for the Arts (GFFFTA) Gala's silent auction.  With a show going on now at Maison du Vin (a great wine shop in Great Falls, VA), I kept thinking about those paintings and drawings as candidates ... looking for them around my studio and finally going ... duh ... and realizing they were hanging out elsewhere.

I ended up putting in three. Anyone interested in these pieces should plan on attending the Gala (you need to purchase a ticket) which will take place on Friday, November 20, 7:30-10:00 at 1144 Walker Road, Suites D&G. Get more info at GFFFTA's web site. Many pieces of exceptional art have been donated and the starting bids are at 50% of retail prices. The artwork will be in the gallery to be previewed tomorrow, Friday, November 6, 7-9pm or Saturdays, noon-4pm or any time an artist is in. Funds raised will benefit the Great Falls School of Art (where I teach).

Here's my line-up:
(Alexandria, VA)
Oil on Raymar panel
16"h x 20"w, framed in Omega gold frame
Retail Price: $1500
Opening Bid: $750
This painting was one of 12 finalists in Raymar’s Annual Art Competition, September 2006. See The competition is stiff … with top American artists placing as finalists.

"Town Center Fountain"
(Reston, VA)
Jill Banks
Ink wash, pen & ink
12”h x 9”w (outer mat), framed in Omega black/gold frame
Retail Price: $295
Opening Bid: $147.50
A major part of creating art is about making choices. I love the simplicity of this piece. Ink wash is almost impossible to control and yet I managed to do just enough here.

"Bellydancer III"
Bellydancer III
Jill Banks
14”h x 11”w
Retail Price: $1200
Opening Bid: $600
Bellydancer III was juried into Salon International 2009, a project of the International Museum of Contemporary Masters, Greenhouse Gallery, San Antonio, TX.

I hope to see you at the Artists' Atelier tomorrow night for the preview. The Atelier is open the First Friday of every month, 7-9pm, 1144 Walker Road, Suites D&G, Great Falls, VA 22066.

Also, be sure to stop in to see my work in a new solo show "Black&White and Red All Over" in the tasting room at Maison du Vin. There are some great pieces there. Think about holiday gift giving. I'm planning on being there on Saturday, November 21, 1-5pm for a mini-reception in conjunction with Italian Wine Tasting from Bravo wines. Maison du Vin is located at: 756 Walker Road, Suite D, Great Falls, VA.

Also, "Sunflowers II" is in the American Artists Professional League's 81st Grand National at the Salmagundi Club, 47 Fifth Avenue, NYC through November 13. I'll be attending the reception and awards ceremony this Sunday, November 8, 2-5pm. Yea! I love New York.

Phone: 703.403.7435

Wednesday, November 4, 2009

"Michelle I" Finished and Day 4 for "Tranquility"

It was a good painting day today. This morning was day 4 for a live modeling session for the Artists' Atelier painters. (I share studio space with 15 other artists at the Artists' Atelier, 1144 Walker Road, Suites D&G, Great Falls, VA 22066.) I made a lot of progress on "Tranquility", working during the first few sittings on the model's face, then her leg and shoe and more on her outfit. I also started sketching in the background ... a scene from the studio.

Then, I finished up working on "Michelle I" -- a painting I started in preparation for the public demo I gave as part of my "On the Bright Side" solo show this summer. "Michelle I" is a portrait of Michelle Anonick, my son Sam's girlfriend. It's a fitting portrait -- I can see "her" in the painting -- and that's a good thing.  She's a natural beauty, inside and out.

This coming Friday, November 6, is First Friday at the Artists' Atelier (1144 Walker Road, Suites D&G, Great Falls, VA 22066), 7-9pm. Art donated for the Great Falls Foundation for the Arts Gala (November 20, 7:30-10pm, see the GFFFTA web site for more info) will be hanging in the gallery  and on our moveable walls. Come take a look and pick your favorites for silent auction on the 20th.

Then on Saturday, I'm off to NYC for a reception of the American Artists' Professional League's Grand National 2009 being held on Sunday at the Salmagundi Club, 47 Fifth Avenue in NYC, 2-5pm. My painting "Sunflowers II" was juried into that show that is on exhibit at this esteemed arts club from November 3 to November 13. So, I won't be in the Atelier for regular open hours this Saturday ... but you can still visit from noon-4pm.

"Tranquility" work in progress day 4, oil on linen, 30"h x 24"w, copyright Jill Banks 2009.
"Michelle I", oil on linen, 24"h x 18"w, copyright Jill Banks 2009

Phone: 703.403.7435