Lomax, Joyce, (Quiet Time)

Lomax, Joyce, (Quiet Time)
Lomax, Joyce, (Quiet Time)

Lomax, Joyce, (Quiet Time)

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"Quiet Time" by Joyce Lomax

20 x 20 inches acrylic painting on wood --  unframed

 

Joyce Lomax love for art came early in her childhood in Akron, Ohio.  As a child, Lomax found herself drawing and painting and always exploring her creative expression. The money was not there to support Ms. Lomax's formal training in art so she did what many of her forefathers. Her direction led her to become a self-taught artist.

Lomax explored many mediums before she embraced her pressed copper paintings and ceramic work.  Her art is very earthy with a primitive flare depicting characters and experiences in her African American environment. Some of her depictions are lighthearted with a bit of humor. A love of color, stories and expressing herself in mixed media is an accurate summary of Lomax's work.  

Lomax has won several awards such as the 2004 African American Show in Norfolk, Virginia and South Dekalb Heritage Festival Palette Award in 2003.  Lomax's artworks can be found in several collections across the U.S.

"It is a privilege for me to create and share with you similar experiences; for me, art is about the ability to express feelings through the chosen medium hopefully someone gets it... I will continue to explore!"~Joyce


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"Quiet Time" by Joyce Lomax

20 x 20 inches acrylic painting on wood --  unframed

 

Joyce Lomax love for art came early in her childhood in Akron, Ohio.  As a child, Lomax found herself drawing and painting and always exploring her creative expression. The money was not there to support Ms. Lomax's formal training in art so she did what many of her forefathers. Her direction led her to become a self-taught artist.

Lomax explored many mediums before she embraced her pressed copper paintings and ceramic work.  Her art is very earthy with a primitive flare depicting characters and experiences in her African American environment. Some of her depictions are lighthearted with a bit of humor. A love of color, stories and expressing herself in mixed media is an accurate summary of Lomax's work.  

Lomax has won several awards such as the 2004 African American Show in Norfolk, Virginia and South Dekalb Heritage Festival Palette Award in 2003.  Lomax's artworks can be found in several collections across the U.S.

"It is a privilege for me to create and share with you similar experiences; for me, art is about the ability to express feelings through the chosen medium hopefully someone gets it... I will continue to explore!"~Joyce

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