One of Hunter-Wolff Gallery’s best of the best will be featured this month and available in person during First Friday ArtWalk. Meet Texas artist Janelle Cox and see why she is a collector’s favorite.
Trained in the classical techniques of the old masters and inspired by the works of John Singer Sargeant, Anders Zorn, Joaquin Sorolla and George Ennis, her own technique has evolved and transformed into a more refined style suitable for the most discernible collectors.
Ms. Cox offers a versatile collection of oils including landscapes, still lifes, figure and figurative and the classic style portraits that ignite your imagination and inspire decorating elegant living space.
Visit Hunter-Wolff Gallery to meet Austin, Texas artist Janelle Cox and get first look at her year-long project for this once a year unveiling.
Like the Aunt she admired many years ago, she is completely devoted to creating fine art to be appreciated for generations.
She admits that staying true to her own style often presents challenges, sometimes spiritually and often emotionally.
However, her goal is always to convey her feelings on canvas by capturing that single reflective moment in a portrait, or the graceful elegance of a still life, or a sense of serene quietude in the surrounds of nature. Because of her innate ability to create a certain mood in her works, it is easy to understand her popularity.