CJV Fine Art Debuts ‘Art Of The Horse’ Series at Ritz Carlton’s Sold-Out Event

CJV Fine Art announces that her last show before launching her equestrian art nationwide is March 16th, 2019 at the Ritz Carlton's Lake Oconee Food and Wine Festival.

Atlanta, United States - March 14, 2019 /NewsNetwork/ —

Atlanta’s talented CJV Fine Art debuts her highly anticipated ‘Art Of The Horse’ series at the Ritz Carlton’s Lake Oconee Food and Wine Festival on Saturday, March 16th from 10am to 4pm in the Grand Ballroom located on the east wing of the Georgia luxury resort.

CJV will be presenting over 20 pieces of large (30″ x 40″ to 32″ x 48″) fine mixed media art on canvas. As always with CJV Fine Art, her pieces are custom framed to enhance her paintings and serve as a piece of art in itself as she builds the frames by hand from solid wood and chooses custom colors to coordinate.

CJV is also known for her use of white and black negative space, metallics, and lots and lots of texture in her abstract pieces. She is taking a break from her bold hues of blue abstract pieces to focus on her true passion; ‘Art Of The Horse.’ CJV’s equestrian art can be described as realistic abstract with heavy use of metallics, texture to enhance detail, and marbled background themes.

She reports to us that this Saturday’s show at the Ritz Carlton Lake Oconee will be her last physical and local show before taking her work on-line in an effort to connect her art with horse-lovers nationwide. The main site, www.CJVFineArt.com, is being revamped to incorporate this change and debut her equestrian pieces as well as offer custom horse portrait services through the new site. A Facebook page has also just recently launched and will be the primary vehicle for sharing ‘Art Of The Horse’ photos and videos. Interested horse-lovers will be able to purchase her work via Facebook directly, and free nationwide shipping will be offered to get these stunning pieces in homes of those who are mesmerized by CJV’s ‘Art Of The Horse.’

Subscribe on website @ www.CJVFineArt.com and follow CJV Fine Art’s Facebook page www.facebook.com/CJVFineArt to get status updates for the ‘Art Of The Horse’ series launch.

Contact Info:
Name: Rachelle White
Organization: Art Of Atlanta
Address: 3060 Pharr Court North Northwest Suite 33, Atlanta, Georgia 30305, United States
Website: http://www.CJVFineArt.com

Source: NewsNetwork

Release ID: 492223

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