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05-27-2002, 10:52 AM
The Seaside Art Gallery's 10th International Miniature Art Show is now posted online. This link will take you to my work. This is the fourth year my works have been accepted. It's always a varied and great show.
(Note: This link may not always come up with my work, search for Jennifer Robb Hall, then "Oils" under Media, then "Landscapes" under Subject)
Click "See more Details" to view larger than life images of my oils. To see other works go to "Back to Search Page" and wander. The search is a bit cumbersome, but all of the artists' accepted work is featured. This is an interesting collection of miniature work from around the world.
Hope you take the trip and enjoy the minis!
05-27-2002, 11:24 AM
Congratulations Mini...what name do you go under?
Also what are the size restrictions on mini's? I have some 4 x 4's is that considered mini?
05-27-2002, 05:30 PM
I go by Jennifer Robb Hall, (sign Robb Hall) look under Hall, and oils and landscapes. I don't remember the restrictions on this show, but I think their prospectus is still online. I think 4 x 4 would qualify.
This is a link to the Florida Miniature Art Society, they have the rules & regs most US shows follow.
05-27-2002, 06:18 PM
Jennifer, I tried searching for your name on this site, but came up blank. Your name isn't on the list of artists (at least, as my browser shows it to me). Got any other ways in for us?
05-27-2002, 06:52 PM
I finally found it...Beautiful work!
05-28-2002, 09:48 AM
RoseQueen, your search for my name may have been in the gallery's list of regulars. I'd only be in the miniature show. So maybe....try this:
http://seasideart.com/ home page, then scroll down to Calendar of Events. Click on 10th International Miniature Art Show, on the next page click on Click here to browse online gallery, then for the next page pull down the E-H menu and Hall, Jennifer Robb, yet again on the next page, click on Show All. That should get you there. I admit it's buried deep in the site. One must be an archeolgist. ;)
Thanks arlene for the nice comments. Glad you found it.
I hope you check out the other works as well. What the others can do in miniature just astounds me.
05-28-2002, 03:43 PM
That is one seriously confusing website, but I'm happy to report that I found you! I especially love the first painting; it looks very Chinese in character. Lovely, lovely work, Jennifer!
06-02-2002, 05:39 PM
Thank you Rose Queen. I have some Chinese pieces in my home, and I think that may have influenced that painting. You're so right though, that is one difficult site to navigate. Took me a while, and I'm used to digging.
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