JR Nihiser Art Collections
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Artwork by JR Nihiser
Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.
Looking Forward by JR Nihiser
A Child by JR Nihiser
With Her Disciples by JR Nihiser
Nude Study in Red II by JR Nihiser
Clearing in the Trees by JR Nihiser
Early Morning Light on the Trail by JR Nihiser
Overlord by JR Nihiser
Wednesday in the Park by JR Nihiser
Snowy Clearing by JR Nihiser
Winter Birds by JR Nihiser
The Redhead by JR Nihiser
Profile in Red by JR Nihiser
Portrait of a Young Black Man by JR Nihiser
Old Tractor by JR Nihiser
Portrait of a Woman in Blue by JR Nihiser
Path to Sarpedon by JR Nihiser
The Muse by JR Nihiser
Reyna by JR Nihiser
The Sorceress by JR Nihiser
Waiting to Begin by JR Nihiser
Artemis Bathing by JR Nihiser
The Shoe Shop by JR Nihiser
A Secret Place by JR Nihiser
The Old Rancher by JR Nihiser
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About the artist
Jeffrey, or JR, has a 30+ year art career which includes graphic design, illustration, art direction, education, and fine art. He is also working on a children's book to add to this list of creative endeavors. He has been a member of the Portrait Society of America since 2018.
He works primarily in watercolor and drawing mediums.
His subject matter in watercolor includes the rural landscape where he currently resides. While the originals are painted small, they become far more abstract when enlarged as prints.
For drawing, his subject matter is predominantly (but not exclusively) the female human form. These pieces are portraits and figurative, with the Sorceress collection (still being fully realized) having a distinct narrative behind the imagery.
"As with any artist, I am influenced by the masters of art history, and by contemporary figures. Regardless, I paint and I draw like I want. My "style" is my own, it doesn't look like I spent my entire education learning how to draw from one person, which I find all too common on the internet. An artist should always be learning, always evolving."
Jeffrey's work is always available for those interested in an owning original. He is currently accepting commissions for portraiture, as a drawing or in watercolor. Contact him at email@example.com for further details and questions.