Original art for sale at | Splishin and a Splashin by Jeff Fleming | $2,300 | oil painting | 36' h x 36' w | ..\art\oil-painting-Splishin-and-a-Splashin

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Splishin and a Splashin

Jeff Fleming
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Oil painting on Stretched canvas New

Finished black edges

Ready to hang


Signed on front and back


36" h x 36" w x 1.5" d |7 lbs. 0 oz.

In stock $2,300



Inspired by a photo of an Australian Shepherd, artist Jeff Fleming added a beachball and splashing water to energize the composition. Jeff describes his painting style as kinetic impressionism. "I started with a pencil sketch, then with gloved hands, applied oil paint using my fingers," shares Jeff. "Later, I added details using brushes and string. Once dried, I moved the piece to my studio floor where I whisked paint in authoritative strokes - a technique that replicates splashing."

Jeff Fleming

Dana Point, California

Artist Jeff Fleming uses fingerpainting to create exuberant portraits of dogs. Growing up in Southern California, Jeff was first introduced to fingerpainting in kindergarten. He painted through high school and college and won several art awards, including Best of Show in a city wide student competition. After graduating with a degree in journalism and advertising, he went to work as an art director. For the next 40 years, he created print, radio and television ads for a number of top agencies. "After retiring in 2019, the clouds of stress and pressure cleared and allowed me to set my creative energy free," says Jeff. He began developing new techniques focused on the excitement and energy of painting. Today, he uses a variety of methods and tools, including fingerpainting wearing nitrile gloves, traditional paint brushes, bamboo shish kebab sticks, kite string, spraypaint and splattering. While working, Jeff always listens to music, including Broadway musicals, dance music and rhythmic Hawaiian tunes.

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