Jodie Apeseche, Artist

Giclées and originals shown are available. Please call for pricing information 508-693-3948 . Thank you for visiting and have a great day today. 

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Apeseche, Obscura MeandraJodie Apeseche, Die LibelleJodie Apeseche, Calidris -Giclee .

Jodie Apeseche, Bridal Veil - DragonflyJodie Apeseche, Nereides and Spring MoonJodie Apeseche, Anisoptera.

The majority of Jodie’s art is done on the printing press creating one-of-a-kind monotypes using both water-based and oil mediums. Her style varies and ranges from representational images to abstract design. Vivid colors and authentic cultural patterns infuse her work. Jodie also works in oils, watercolors, and collage. Many of the paints she uses are ground from semiprecious stones such as Lapis, Turquoise, Tiger’s Eye, Hematite, and Jade which impart a vibrant and lustrous luminosity.

Giclees are printed in a limited edition of 50 or 100, numbered and signed by the artist.

Jodie Apeseche

Edgartown

EDGARTOWN
One of New England’s most elegant communities, Edgartown was the Island’s first colonial settlement and it has been the county seat since 1642. The stately white Greek Revival houses built by the whaling captains have been carefully maintained.

TERESA YUAN acrylic on canvas  –  SUNNY GRAVELY original watercolor on canvas

 

 

 

RAYMOND PROSSER watercolor matted to 8×10

Hugh Hunsinger, Edgartown Light - original oil

BELLA, Edgartownn Light original oil — Hugh Hunsinger,  original oil on canvas

 iUta Kloss - Edgartown Lighthouse

Uta Kloss Photography

John R. Breckenridge - Windows at Edgartown Light

John Breckenridge Photography

Please call 508-693-3948 for pricing and availability or email us: Artmv.photography@gmail.com