Jill Neal Gallery
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About Jill Neal Gallery
Jill Haney-Neal is a contemporary painter who resides in Central Oregon. Her colorful paintings all incorporate a personal style that emanates joy, mood, sensuality and emotion. Whether it be the iconic “wild tasteful women” series, or contemporary art, all incorporate a unique style using love of color, design and composition.
The “Wild Woman” art captures the joyful, universal spirit of women, exaggerating the female form to create an attitude to celebrate and empower. Regardless of background, shape, color, religion, or size, all women share a commonality and personality when gathered together, or enjoying life’s special moments.
The contemporary pieces emphasize layers of color, design elements, mixing watercolors, acrylics, pastels, pencil, ink and mixed media of all sorts to create a dynamic energy and spirit, from the simple to the complex, the pieces all have movement and soul.
Growing up in the Seattle area, Jill was surrounded and participating in art from an early age. She attended and obtained a BA in fine art/sculpture from Oregon State University, with a minor in Anthropology, also with some post grad work with Frederic Lippman at Portland State in sculpture.
Jill has exhibited in many west coast juried fine art shows and has had several featured artist gallery showings in the Pacific NW. She has also exhibited in Art Expos both in New York and Atlanta several times. Her work can be found across the US, on products in over 200 stores, as well as licensed on products including wine labels for Washington State’s Kiona and Westport wineries and Idaho’s Bitner winery. Anthony’s Homeport restaurants are among the establishments hanging Jill’s work in Oregon, Washington and Idaho. She has been featured in numerous magazines, including covers for Washington winery Cascade A; E, “U” magazine and most recently “Pink” magazine, a publication based in the Hamptons. Currently licensed with the Canadian company, Pacific Music & Art, her products will be seen across Canada. Private and public galleries hang her work across the US and Canada, as well as the UK, Russia and Norway.