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Limited Edition Giclees Now Available from Neil Talbott

August 24, 2011 Leave a comment


Chili Wreath by Neil Talbott

Waiting in FrameWorks to be picked up for Friday, August 26th’s Opening Reception of “Dog Dayz of Summer” is Neil Talbott’s just framed watercolor. The hot and spicy work is a pen and ink study finished with a watercolor washes in red, green and yellow.

Now available as a signed, limited edition giclee, Christine of Frameworks has created several unique framing options for Neil’s chili ristra wreath along with her signature ability to custom design a frame that works perfectly for your decor.

“Dog Dayz of Summer”, Cottonwood’s Free steamy summer art show, opens at their Last Friday Open House at 427 E. Colorado. From 5pm to 8pm, artists will open their studios and galleries for a look at what’s new on the easel. The Springs Cupcake Truck will be out front and the upstairs galleries will host some of Colorado Spring’s cutest rescue dogs for you take home along with an artwork or two.

Information about Neil and more of his artwork can  can be seen and purchased at his studio #105 at Cottonwood Center for the Arts, 427 E. Colorado Avenue in downtown Colorado Springs, CO. Can’t make it to this week’s Open House? Email Neil or reach him by telephone at (719) 523-0499.

FrameWorks at studio 133 at Cottonwoood is open Tuesday through Friday from 10am to 5pm or by calling (719) 636-2427 for an always available after hours appointment for custom designed frames, glass repairs, frame repairs and gift services.

 

Neil’s Watercolors Turn Up the Heat

June 30, 2011 Leave a comment

Summer sizzles in Colorado Springs and Neil’s latest watercolor is part of the reason. Starting with a stippled pen and ink illustration, Neil application of watercolor washed gives this Chili Ristra Wreath depth, shine and dimension. Looking at his piece, you can almost smell the aroma of roasting chilis.

Previewing the upcoming annual fall  Pueblo Chili and Frijole Festival Neil’s current collection of spicy water-colored chiles ranges classic ristras to humorous images.

The full collection can be seen in Neil’s studio at the July 29th Last Friday Open House from 5pm to 8pm on at his studio, #105, at 427 E. Colorado. For more information, call (719) 520-1899.

Forest Garden Nymph Watercolor Sells During International Watermedia Open House

June 26, 2011 4 comments

Cottonwood Center for the Arts June “Last Friday” Open House drew a huge crowd for the International Watermedia 2011 Show.

After viewing the show, visitors stopped by  Neil Talbott’s Open Studio to see his newest pen and ink illustrations and watercolors portraits.

His radiant small watercolor “Nymph in the Garden” was purchased early in the evening.

Girl in Prayer
Watercolor by Neil Talbott

Whether Neil is painting people, beloved pets or local landmarks, the gentle, expressive portraits that hang on the walls of his studio, #105 at Cottonwood Center for the Arts, seem to radiate an inner glow.

The Cat’s Perch
By Neil Talbott

Using his meticulous pen and ink illustration skills to accurately capture images and scenes, Neil then uses watercolor washes to accent the delicacy and charm of his portraits. His talent at creating timeless realistic pet portraits for his clients makes them treasured artworks.

Neil Talbott’s watercolors and his commission works in progress can be seen and purchased at his studio #105 at Cottonwood Center for the Arts, 427 E. Colorado Avenue in downtown Colorado Springs, CO. Can’t make it in person? Email Neil or reach him by telephone at (719) 523-0499.


New Photographic Work by Neil Talbott

June 26, 2011 1 comment

Neil Talbott’s Colorado Photography can be seen and purchased at his studio #105 at Cottonwood Center for the Arts, 427 E. Colorado Avenue in downtown Colorado Springs, CO. Can’t make it in person? Email Neil or reach him by telephone at (719) 523-0499.

Mad as a Hatter and Just as Brilliant

June 13, 2011 Leave a comment

Neil’s mad skills at illustration are as unconventional as the themes he chooses: barefoot hippie angels with tattooed arches edging out of the brickwork, Medea with twisting dreadlocks that seduce and slither and this watercolor portrait of Alice in Wonderland’s Mad Hatter, sipping a deceptively sedate cup of tea.