This is a busy corner in Brooklyn, as hoards of people are lined up waiting to order pizza from Grimaldi's. From this venue, you can see the silhouettes of Manhattan buildings in the distance.

The 1 1/2" edges are painted raw umber and the painting comes ready to hang.

- Jonelle Summerfield

Saturday in Brooklyn

Oil painting on stretched linen

Signed on front

18" h x 24" w x 2" d
3 lbs. 0 oz.



Jonelle Summerfield
Indiana, Pennsylvania

Getting to Know Jonelle

Although Jonelle Summerfield grew up surrounded by paintings, she initially gravitated toward fashion and design over fine art. Jonelle received her degree in Interior Design in 2001, after which her mother began teaching her to paint. It changed her life. Over the next ten years, Jonelle trained and painted extensively to become a full-time artist. She takes an impressionistic approach to romantic street scenes and city corners. The artist travels extensively throughout North America and Europe, photographing all of her own reference material. Jonelle says it is important for her to remember the mood and feeling of the location she’s painting.