Location: United States
Gail Kirtz has been a professional artist for twenty years and is known for her richly colored landscapes and expressionistic collages. She was born in Dundalk, MD and grew up in Ashland KY, where she still lives. Her formal art education included fine art studies at The University of Kentucky, specializing in painting and 3-D design. She works in a variety of mediums. Her works hang in private and corporate collections in several states.
She is inspired by the local as well as far afield. Her art is motivated by thought and feeling, using a variety of concepts, showing her growth in the practice of her profession.
Her mixed media art, oil, acrylic, pastel and watercolor paintings have won over two hundred awards in regional and national juried and open shows.
Images of four of her paintings were purchased by Hollywood filmmaker Wm. John Thinnes and will appear in his newest independent film, ( title not yet known) to be released by 2012. Mr. Thinnes is best known for his work on “The Lion King”, Beauty And The Beast”, “Pocahontas”, “Aladdin” and several other well known films. Kirtz’s work will be acknowledged in the credits of the film.
Her studio “Art Of The Redeemed” formerly was located in the Camayo Arcade and the Pendleton Art Center. She currently is creating and teaching from in her home studio.
Oil on board. 6x8
8x10" Oil on canvas. Sold
16x20 Oil on canvas
8x10" Oil on board Sold
Oil on canvas 22x28 Sold Award winner in National Tennis Art Show
Oil on board. 16x20" Sold
Oil on Canvas 8x10"
Oil on Board 11x14" Sold
Oil On Canvas 16x20" Sold
Oil on canvas. Private collection.
8x10 Oil on board. Sold
collages and mixed-media