Heather Blanton

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Blanton - #114 Cycle Race
Blanton - #114 Cycle Race $5,950.00
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Blanton - #130 Blue and White Peloton
Blanton - #130 Blue and White Peloton $5,750.00
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Blanton - #256 Tour de France Sunflowers
Blanton - #256 Tour de France Sunflowers $2,950.00
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Blanton - #258 Soft Colored Cyclists Forward
Blanton - #258 Soft Colored Cyclists Forward $2,450.00
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Blanton - #245 Colorful Cyclist in Peloton
Blanton - #245 Colorful Cyclist in Peloton $2,250.00
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Blanton - #244 Cycle Race Forward Bright
Blanton - #244 Cycle Race Forward Bright $2,250.00
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Blanton - #246 Tour de France with Arch
Blanton - #246 Tour de France with Arch $2,250.00
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Blanton - #257 Side View Cyclists with Water
Blanton - #257 Side View Cyclists with Water $1,950.00
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Blanton - #248 Muted Peloton
Blanton - #248 Muted Peloton $1,600.00
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Blanton - #176 Blue Cyclists Peleton
Blanton - #176 Blue Cyclists Peleton $1,295.00
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Blanton - Triathalon Triptych
Blanton - Triathalon Triptych $500.00
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Blanton - Line of Runners White
Blanton - Line of Runners White $395.00
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Blanton - #228 Lines of Runners Orange
Blanton - #228 Lines of Runners Orange $395.00
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Blanton - Line of Runners IV
Blanton - Line of Runners IV $250.00
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Blanton - Line of Runners III
Blanton - Line of Runners III $250.00
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Blanton - Line of Runners II
Blanton - Line of Runners II $250.00
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Blanton - Line of Runners I
Blanton - Line of Runners I $250.00
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Blanton - Blue Cyclists II
Blanton - Blue Cyclists II $195.00
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Blanton - #213 Cyclists on Blue
Blanton - #213 Cyclists on Blue $195.00
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Blanton - #226 Runners on Blue
Blanton - #226 Runners on Blue $195.00
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Blanton - Cyclist Duo
Blanton - Cyclist Duo $175.00
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Blanton - Triathalon Swim
Blanton - Triathalon Swim $175.00
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Blanton - Triathalon Bike
Blanton - Triathalon Bike $175.00
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Blanton - Triathalon Run
Blanton - Triathalon Run $175.00
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Blanton - #224 Runners on Blue
Blanton - #224 Runners on Blue $175.00
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Blanton - #225 Runners on Blue
Blanton - #225 Runners on Blue $175.00
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Blanton - Neutral Runners I
Blanton - Neutral Runners I $125.00
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Blanton - Neutral Runners II
Blanton - Neutral Runners II $125.00
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Blanton - Black and White Runners Line
Blanton - Black and White Runners Line Sold - $0.00
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Blanton - Blue Cyclists I
Blanton - Blue Cyclists I Sold - $0.00
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Blanton - Blue Cyclists III
Blanton - Blue Cyclists III Sold - $0.00
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Blanton - #241 Sideview Bikers on Flagstone Finish
Blanton - #241 Sideview Bikers on Flagstone Finish Sold - $0.00
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Blanton - #222 Muted Cyclists
Blanton - #222 Muted Cyclists Sold - $0.00
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Blanton - Runners' Line I
Blanton - Runners' Line I Sold - $0.00
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Blanton - 199 Cyclist Race Forward
Blanton - 199 Cyclist Race Forward Sold - $0.00
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About the artist

“My work is energy made manifest.  The human spirit thriving on excellence only brought through competition. They are celebrations of the humans spirit and the will to win.”

Born in Jacksonville, Florida in 1973, Heather Blanton is a self taught artist. Together with her twin sister, Holly, she started making art immediately in life; everything in the home quickly became a new medium or drawing surface. After graduating from high school in Central Florida, she decided to pursue art as a career and enrolled in the photography program at The Art Institute of Ft. Lauderdale in South Florida. Eighteen months later, Heather moved back to Jacksonville and shot some commercial and portrait work, but it wasn’t until a few years later that she would meet Dominc Martorelli, professor of photography at the University of North Florida. He convinced her to come take his Fine Art Photography curriculum at UNF. Heather quickly became an exceptional student, exploring old techniques in photography while putting her own spin on the styles. She mostly worked with black and white film development, printing and toning. While studying at UNF, Professor Martorelli opened the door to her Polaroid Art Phase and hand-manipulating and distressing Polaroid SX-70 film images became her principle medium for the next 14 years.

At age 29, Heather moved to New York City to pursue her photography career.  While there she worked for many professional photographers, but knew Fine Art was here passion. When she met Andrew Moore, a fine art photographer working in Cuba and living in New York, she realized that fine art was also her next adventure.  She then moved back to Florida where she has been a professional artist since 2004.  Specializing in manipulated Polaroids, she quickly rose to success amongst the top interior designers and art buyers in the North and Central Florida markets.  Her work can be seen throughout these markets in corporate offices, banks, and major hospitals and clinics. 

After Polaroid fell apart as an outdated analog film, she decided to pursue painting as her next medium and has been producing large and small scale sports paintings, leaning towards Abstract Expressionism since giving up Photography in 2013.  After dedicating three years to her new medium, she created a body of work centered on the energy of the race.

Her work now can be seen in museums and cultural centers, galleries and many other places.  She has made a name for herself in the Northeast Florida region and continues to gain popularity throughout the world market.