Jim Seitz

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Jim Seitz - Morning Kiss
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Jim Seitz - Playtime
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Jim Seitz - Days Gone By
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Jim Seitz - Illusion
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Jim Seitz - Edge of Day
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Jim Seitz - A Sliver of Time
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Jim Seitz - Early Riser
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About the artist

Jim Seitz was born in Chicago and currently resides in the New Orleans area. He grew up in Texas and graduated from Stephen F. Austin State University with a Bachelor of Science Degree. He began showing talent and love for art as a young child, becoming more serious during his college years. During the time he worked for the university, providing medical illustrations for the Science Department,

He has traveled extensively throughout his life, living for several years in the Middle East, before moving to South East Asia. His travel experiences have included everything from cave explorations in the mountains of Iran to working in the jungles of New Guinea and Borneo. His preferred medium during that time was ink and watercolor, as it was easy to transport to and from remote locations.

While influenced by various 19th century landscape artists, Jim has developed a unique technique characterized by tonal, minimalist representation of his subject matter. Through this approach, less becomes more. His appreciation for color and his creative perspective lend to pieces that are traditional, moving to abstract. His utilization of gold leaf applied over heavy textured canvas and then glazed with multiple layers of acrylics provides an effect that is quickly becoming this artist’s signature style.

Jim’s work has been broadly displayed, and hangs in private and corporate collections both at home and abroad.