Facebook Live with Jim Rehak

The introduction of From the Coast to the Rockies by Jim Rehak will be a Facebook Live post at 7 pm on Thursday, September 3. All of the paintings are in Paintings by Jim Rehak, a Facebook album under photos and on BishopsStock.com. Use this link to join the live post to hear Jim talk about his fascination with a changing landscape. Anyone interested in purchasing his work can leave a Facebook message or email info@bishopsstock.com.

Featured in September – From the Shore to the Rockies by Jim Rehak

Jim Rehak has shown his work at Bishop’s Stock since we opened in November 2003. Each month I have depended on Jim to bring 4-5 new paintings. He has had 5 solo shows and has been in every annual show featuring selected gallery artists. This has been an amazing amount of work he has shared with us and his paintings are always well received.

When Jim entered Maryland Institute of College of Art his studies were focused on comic illustration. His interest in oil painting soon emerged. After receiving his BFA his career took him from working in a gallery to being the art director for a commercial sign company. All along this road Jim’s enthusiasm for plein air landscape painting took hold and has since had him capturing every aspect of Delmarva landscape – fields, marshes, farms, beaches, rivers and bays. With growth in plein air events, Jim has found new challenges throughout the Mid-Atlantic landscape and his travels to the Rocky Mountains introduced a new scale to his paintings. Wherever he paints his palette is very bold and colorful capturing changing skies or a simple structure. This show includes paintings from Colorado as well as local images. All of his work is done in oil on panGo to Jim’s website to learn more about his work.

Our introduction for this show will be a Facebook Live post at 7 pm on Thursday, September 3. All of the paintings are in Paintings by Jim Rehak, a Facebook album under photos and on BishopsStock.com. Use this link to join the live post to hear Jim talk about his fascination with a changing landscape. Anyone interested in purchasing his work can leave a Facebook message or email info@bishopsstock.com.