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See prints at Windles Log Cabin Antiques
25th Annual Christmas Open House

11/02/2008
I will have various framed prints on sale this Thursday to Sunday, Nov. 6-9, 12-7pm. This open house is a big annual sale attended by over 1,500 people that features many other primitive antiques and country items.

Location:
Windles Log Cabin Antiques
5 Stern Farm Lane
Coatesville, PA 19320


A few new works in progress

Kunjappu Home Studio 3/18/2008
Here is photo of my "mini studio" at home which also conveniently serves as our dining room. You may be able to see the portrait I painted of my daughter Kerri (larger image here) as well as a new sheep painting that I am working on.

 


View our folk art at Upper Crust Cafe

Upper Crust Cafe 1/15/2008
See some of our framed prints at the
Upper Crust Bakery & Cafe in Leola, Pa.
(See the framed Boer Goat print in the upper right hand corner
of this photo?)
:o)

 


New Rooster Painting

New Rooster Painting 11/29/2007
I just completed a new Rooster painting (Acrylic on Canvas, Dimensions: 24" x 18"). I'm looking forward to framing it myself with a shadow box style frame. I plan on making the wood look rough and aged and will probably paint it a dark brown or black.

 


Updated Folk Animals Website

11/20/2007
I recently updated my website and introduced some more prints. You will also find framed prints available at our eBay store.


Folk Art Animal Exhibit

09/2006
Folk Art Exhibit PosterFolk Animal Art Exhibit Photos

Although working full time, Jamy set an aggressive deadline to have this first "Folk Animals" art exhibit ready in September 2006. This meant many late summer nights of home-made iced coffee at 3 a.m. and listening to his iPod while painting, which he enjoyed immensely.

He currently would like to thank his wife Michelle for all her hard work and support (giving Jamy some time off from his fatherly duties of changing diapers and putting the kids to bed), her "drive by" critiques ("I would mute those colors a little more.... don't lose your whipsy brush strokes") and for allowing him to use some of her freelance photography for figure studies. He would also like to thank Michelle and his mother-in-law Bonnie Ranck for their help with designing and setting up the exhibit with a primitive country theme.