Featured Artist: Jim Musil!

Pale Winter Sky by Jim Musil 12×12″ Acrylic

Jim Musil. Wonderful paintings not to be missed! Most of Jim’s work is currently 12×12″ – which is a nice size to fit just about anywhere but he’s started to branch out to some larger paintings, so be sure to check him out!

I love the mood of this painting. It’s serene, quiet and maybe a bit lonesome. It’s very representative of winter here and I find it beautiful.

Jim Musil

The (partial) quote by Jim (above) is spot on. This painting does have a wonderful moodiness to it. This scene looks quiet, cold, and very serene. Each element of the painting from the trees to the land and sky appear to dance in unison. Creating a beautiful painting!

See more of Jim’s work via these links:

Website  |  Facebook  |  Instagram


I studied two things in college — art and computer science. Which do you think paid better? 😂 After a career in technology, I’ve picked up my paintbrush again and found happiness and peace of mind.

I grew up in the house of artist. For my entire life I was surrounded by my mother’s paintings, drawings and art books. Needless to say, I picked up drawing at a young age. During art school I never had a lot of patience for painting. I found it too fussy and unforgiving. Nowadays, I have more wisdom and I’ve grown to love the craft of producing a finished painting.

I paint original paintings on archival quality hardboard panels using the best quality acrylic paints. My subjects usually involve the natural world, but often include a hint that humans are there, too.

Read more via orange BIO link above! Catch you back here tomorrow!

All images/BIO via jimmusil.com, used with permission…
Images are not for reproduction, they are property of the artist.

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