Solo Exhibition “Hindsight” by Jennifer Kirk Hamilton on exhibit at Kingsport’s City Hall Gallery

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KINGSPORT – Hindsight is a series begun in 2001 based on her daily walks with her two dogs followed by a painting session. This work represents selected pieces from Ms. Hamiltons solo show Hindsight which was on exhibition at the Renaissance Arts Center Main Gallery in the month of May 2015.

The artist states, Youll never see your morning walks the same. The walk is a ritual that all dog walkers share. The dogs I painted represented reality, they were moving forward in time, yet the space surrounding them is surreal and became a fanciful representation of my understanding of the world I see in my mind.  Color and lines become sounds and smells and emotional responses to daily bombardments and person inner turmoil.  The dogs were guides. The two-dimensional works are painted with oil and acrylic on various surfaces from canvas to illustration board to wood.

Jennifer has work in various business and private collections and is a frequent exhibitor and winner in shows throughout the southeast.  Her most recent accomplishments include first place in the South Carolina State Fair in 2011 and best in show in the South Carolina Watermedia Society Show in 2008.  WATERCOLOR magazine recognized her in 2006 as one of 20 Emerging Artists in their anniversary issue.  She has been on the staff of Springmaid Watercolor Workshops since 1984.

The exhibition will be up through July 31, 2015.  The Gallery at Kingsports City Hall is open weekdays from 8 am to 5 pm and is located at 225 E. Center Street in beautiful Downtown Kingsport.  The gallery is always free and open to the public.

For further information contact Jennifer Hamilton at 803-322-7129 or www.jenniferkirkhamilton.com