Chair #2 - Rozanne (Rose) Hubbard, Local Artist

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Midwest native, Rozanne (Rose) Hubbard, has been drawing, painting and creating art for over 40 years. She currently resides in central Illinois and works from her studio located at the Jefferson Street Studio and Gallery building in Morton, Illinois.  Her art career began in graphic design before turning to fine arts in the early eighties.  

Hubbard's art has been featured in numerous solo and group exhibitions and her work is held in private and public collections throughout the United States and Canada.

"I am a landscape painter but the land, per se, is not the focus of my art. My inspiration derives instead from an area just above the land; that beautiful, mysterious line where the earth meets the sky, where the two seem to melt together into a gauzy mist.  It is this evocative area that drives the desire to reach for my brushes.

Experimenting in various mediums over the years has led me to work almost exclusively in oils today.   My substrates can vary from linen, wood, Mylar or even copper but I have found the blending qualities of oil paint to be the most conducive in capturing the ethereal moods I observe in nature.”  

Rozanne Hubbard is represented by Edgewood Orchard Galleries in Fish, Creek, Wisconsin, The Jefferson Street Studio & Gallery, in Morton, Illinois, and Exhibit A Gallery in Peoria Heights, Illinois.  VISIT ROZANNE HUBBARD'S WEBSITE

Rozanne's painting studio, along with the studio of Jefferson Street Gallery owner & artist, Kelly Scarfe, are located in the beautiful Jefferson Street Studio and Gallery building at 206 W. Jefferson St., Morton, Illinois.  The gallery displays the works of 14 artists featuring several styles of painting, pottery, photography & jewelry.  They have something for everyone!  And...Fantastic one-of-a-kind gift ideas!  VISIT JEFFERSON STREET GALLERY AND STUDIO

"Midnight Glimmer" - Acrylic on Adirondack-style chair - by landscape painter Rozanne Hubbard.  Both the front and the back of the chair are painted with a similar scene.