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Jeffrey Reed Video

April 4, 2011 by  
Filed under landscape painting, videos

Here is a delightful video interview with Jeffery Reed that was made by Rusty Scupperton at a recent show at Gross McCleaf Gallery in Philadelphia. Here is a link to an article I made about his landscape paintings awhile back.

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6 Responses to “Jeffrey Reed Video”
  1. L.Cromheecke says:

    great paintings!
    nice subtle white frames

  2. Kathryn Law says:

    This IS delightful. I loved hearing about his process, how he establishes relationships with big brushes and uses as few colors as possible. Very solid, beautiful work.

  3. Philip Koch says:

    Jeff is a great guy and a wonderful painter. He was in one of my classes the first year I taught at MICA. And even though he may not remember it, it was me who introduced him to a painter who I feel is his primary influence- John Frederick Kensett.

  4. David Schumann says:

    As a student studying landscape and Lyme Academy College of Fine Art this was perfect. Jeff is now another hero for me and I will be studying him. Thanks for offering this.

  5. Wonderful artist, and a beautiful show. This lovely little video is very moving and does the man and his paintings justice. Thank you.

  6. frank sadera says:

    your work Jeffrey is sublime

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