The title is from the song "For What It's Worth" by Buffalo Springfield. The painting is a message about change and resisting. It was created with acrylic paint, ink, and dye on rice paper mounted on a cradled panel. It comes ready to hang.

- Jill Concetta

Everybody Look What's Going Down

Inks, dyes, acrylic on masonite board

Signed on front

20" h x 10" w x .75" d
1 lbs. 4 oz.



Jill Concetta
St. Paul, Minnesota

Getting to Know Jill

J. Concetta received her MA in Design from the University of Minnesota where she studied color theory under great artists. One professor, Marian-Ortolf Bagley, often said that a painting must work in all directions to be truly unified. So J. would test works by hanging them upside down, and in each direction. J. sold some paintings in Minneapolis after graduation, but went on to manage the ink and paint department of an animation studio. The intense hues of the inking technique, along with Paul Klee’s use of transparent color, strongly influence her current body of work.