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Jeffrey K. Bedrick

 

Jeffrey's art is an exquisite blend of the exotic, the mystical, and the beautiful.   Jeffrey lives and paints in San Francisco, and though still a young man, he has already attained great stature as a master visionary artist.   Jeffrey has just recently created his own website, including 5 new galleries, full biography, and many other features. So we enthusiastically encourage you to also visit the "official" Jeffrey K Bedrick website.

 

Representative Images
by
Jeffrey K. Bedrick






"Oasis"
by Jeffrey K. Bedrick
1984, 30 x 40 in.
© Jeffrey K. Bedrick

This original painting is available for purchase

Commentary by the artist:  "Location as metaphor"


 






"Dream Flight"
by Jeffrey K. Bedrick
1987, 30 x 60 in.
© Jeffrey K. Bedrick

Commentary by the artist:
"Probably my all-time most popular image. My idea was a simple variation on one of my themes: A somewhat sensual female figure with wings in a classical setting. When I got the reference photos of my model, I couldn't pick just one, so I solved the problem by using all the ones I liked. When I arranged them into one composition, I realized that it suggested a time-lapse effect. So, it then became an unintentional homage to Duchamp's "Nude Descending the Staircase", in reverse."




 

 





"The Last Resort"
by Jeffrey K. Bedrick
1986, 36 x 60 in.
© Jeffrey K. Bedrick

Commentary by the artist:  "A whimsical vision of an ancient civilization in the tropics."


 








"Dance of the Pleiades"
by Jeffrey K. Bedrick
1993, oil on canvas, 22 x 28 in.
© Jeffrey K. Bedrick

Commentary by the artist:  
"The Pleiades are a group of seven sisters in classical mythology who are turned into birds, and then into a constellation in the sky. Here, the bright central stars are in the configuration of the real constellation Pleiades."




 






"Angel in Blue - No. 2"
by Jeffrey K. Bedrick
2000, 48 x 24 in.
© Jeffrey K. Bedrick

Commentary by the artist:
"After the popularity of my original "Angel in Blue", painted back in 1985, I decided to revisit this theme in a new painting, done fifteen years later. With a graceful winged figure in an idyllic classical setting, this may be the most representational example of all my work."



 

 







"Elysium"
by Jeffrey K. Bedrick
1987, 36 x 60 in.
© Jeffrey K. Bedrick

Commentary by the artist:  "Elysium or The Elysian Fields is the name for paradise in Greek mythology."




 






"Snow Spirits"
by Jeffrey K. Bedrick
1994, 36 x 60 in.
© Jeffrey K. Bedrick

Commentary by the artist:  
"One of my favorite images. Several months after painting this, by pure coincidence, I was commissioned to paint a series of illustrations for a story about a snow princess and her animal companions including a white wolf and a white owl. The client had never seen this painting."



 

 








"Symphony of the Elements"
by Jeffrey K. Bedrick
1986, 44 x 66 in.  
© Jeffrey K. Bedrick

Commentary by the artist:
"This painting was the culmination of a theme in which I had been working on and off for a few years. It began with smaller size paintings, yet epic scale landscapes influenced mostly by the Hudson River School artists such as Frederick Church and Thomas Moran. While they usually painted specific sites, I also took a cue from their immediate predecessors such as Thomas Cole and John Martin whose landscapes were more allegorical musings than real places. It is one of my largest canvases at 44 x 66 in."



 

 







"Ocean Thunder"
by Jeffrey K. Bedrick
1986, 16 x 20 in.
© Jeffrey K. Bedrick

Commentary by the artist:
"The power of a breaching gray whale enhanced by a bolt of lightning and an almost electrical looking aura of splashing water have made this one of my all time most popular images."


 

"Light of the East"
by Jeffrey K. Bedrick
1985, 35.5 x 48  inches
© Jeffrey K. Bedrick

This original painting is available for purchase
This image was the cover of the Marin County Phone Book (California) a few years ago.

Commentary by the Artist:
After the success of early epic scale landscape paintings like The Immmortal Light, I tried a few variations in different settings like this and Song of the Serengeti. The colors in the original are extremely subtle and difficult to reproduce.






"Night Music"
by Jeffrey K. Bedrick
1994, 30 x 60 in.
© Jeffrey K. Bedrick

Commentary by the artist:
"Vibrational frequencies which are both visible and audible seemed like an interesting idea, so I thought that the flickering lights of the Aurora Borealis made a nice visual metaphor for the sounds of the lute."

 

 

 

 



"Twin Worlds"
by Jeffrey K. Bedrick
1984, 38 x 44 in.
© Jeffrey K. Bedrick

Commentary by the artist:
"Twin Worlds was the only painting I ever did that was inspired by a dream."

 

 

All Rights to these images are of course Reserved by the Artist.



Original Painting
by Jeffrey K. Bedrick
available for Purchase

 


CONTACT INFORMATION

Jeffrey K. Bedrick

Email:        jeffbedrick@comcast.net
Website:    http://jeffreykbedrick.com/
                http://bedrickstudios.com/



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