about the artist
The artist is best known for paintings of lowcountry landscapes, particularly the Intracoastal, marshes and other waterways. A move in 2000 to Savannah from the Northeast was transformational. She fell in love with the beauty of the southern landscape and became inspired to capture and share it. From simple grasses along a path to the broad expanses of grasslands along the coast, the area is teaming with life and is ever changing with the seasons and tides that come in and go. An easy, loose painterly style contributes to bringing this beauty to life in oil on canvas.
Although emphasizing landscapes, she is also engaged by local scenes--a simple cottage down a country road...kids splashing in the fountain--and the architecture and historic sites so frequently encountered in Savannah.
She says she also paints "simply because of the great pleasure derived from the creative process itself." Winston S. Churchill said it well, "Happy are the painters, for they shall not be lonely. Light and color, peace and hope, will keep them company to the end, or almost to the end, of the day."
Fitzgerald exhibits locally and her work can be seen at the LAA/Sound View Member's Gallery at the Palmetto Club and the LAA/Merrill Lynch Atrium Gallery, both on Skidaway Island, GA.
For more information on availability and prices, contact the artist.
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