Saturday March 16th
548 CENTRAL AVE
KANSAS CITY, KS 66101
JON FREEMAN WILL REVEAL TWO 36X36″ PAINTINGS THAT WERE COMMISSIONED.
JOIN US FOR FREE COFFEE AND A FUN NIGHT OF ART ON EXHIBIT!!!
I’m happy to announce that my work will be on display in a fantastic group show at the Apex Art Gallery in the Crossroads district. This show will hang for two months. Please join us this First Friday, Dec 7th, to view this exhibit.
Apex Art Gallery
1819 Wyandotte St KCMO
Here is my exhibit from the Solstice show put on by RAW Artists, Kansas City.
Photo: Dan Welch
I just added a new piece to my small collection of Abstract Art. My new piece is a 24×24″ piece by Sante Fe artist, Cody Hooper. This piece is titled, Natural Melody. Natural Melody is acrylic & paper on wood panel with an oil varnish. It’s amazing in person and stops people in their tracks when they see it!
This painting and 3 others are now on exhibit at Cedar Roe Library in Roeland Park, KS. The paintings will be on display until the end of December.
Congrats to Trista Kolle, from Saint Cloud, MN. She won my Facebook drawing for a FREE painting!
20×16″ Acrylic & Pumice on Canvas
Stockholm is all ready to hang right on the wall as soon as you get it Trista!!
Thanks to everyone who entered the drawing. It was a fun experience!
Catalina is making her way out into the world. I’m very happy to have this one go out to the first person that bought my abstract art! Thanks again Tina!
This piece will show in my next exhibit at Jones Gallery on July 1st. Forbes is different than all my other abstract works. Instead of using a gel medium or pumice for the texture in the red stripe area, I tore magazine pages into small pieces and collaged them on the canvas to create texture. I’m very happy with how this piece came out but it needs to be seen in person to be most appreciated.
Low Tide is one of my most recently completed works. Very happy with how this came out despite the fact that it is quite different from much of my other work. This one will show at the Glaspur Gallery First Friday in the Crossroads on July 1st.
This is the latest completed painting.
30×30″ Acrylic & Pumice on Canvas
Everest is the latest large abstract I’ve completed. It measures 40×40″ on canvas. Please see my Abstract Paintings section for all available pieces and prices. Thanks!
Visit the En Vogue salon in Overland Park, KS to view nine of my abstract pieces. The lobby displays two of my 30×30″ pieces, Mariposa and Burning Sea. The back wall features the new Atlantic series paintings. Please drop in and check things out!
In support of the painter that first inspired me to put paint to canvas, I have purchased an original painting by Minneapolis artist, Shawn McNulty. Shawn’s work is truly amazing. I really like the contrast of light/dark in many of his paintings and I especially like the way he layers his work and allows the underpainting to come thru the finished piece. The piece I have chosen for my home is titled, Blue Rodeo. Blue Rodeo is a 24×24″ acrylic piece on canvas. I just purchased a house and I’m excited to get this piece hung in my family room. Pics of the painting in its new home coming soon…
This painting is making its way out into the world today.
This painting seemed to be fighting me for the longest time. Every time I put paint to canvas, the composition didn’t seem to work. Then in a span of around 15 mins. it all came together and I have been quite pleased with the end result. This painting is available for purchase for $150 and comes complete with a black floater frame. Contact me at info at jonfreemanart.com to buy securely thru paypal.
I’ve just completed a couple new abstract paintings. They each measure 18×18″ on canvas and will be framed in floater frames. Both are highly textured with bold colors. Pictures coming soon!
Chrysalis is my latest completed abstract piece. It measures 30×30″ on 1.5″ deep gallery wrapped canvas.
My latest completed piece.
Acrylic on Canvas
The Gallery at the Wy West Library in Kansas City, KS houses 20 of my abstract works for the month of January. Please stop in and check out the exhibit if you can!
Acrylic on Canvas