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Jamie Boyd
Digitally Represented Artist
Agora Gallery
530 West 25th StreetNew York,NY
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  • Open Door
Oil on Canvas
48" x 36" 

    Open Door

    Oil on Canvas
    48" x 36"
  • Shopping
Oil on Canvas
41" x 25" 

    Shopping

    Oil on Canvas
    41" x 25"
  • Yellow Grand Piano
Oil on Canvas
39" x 39" 

    Yellow Grand Piano

    Oil on Canvas
    39" x 39"
  • A Street in Rome
Oil on Canvas
37" x 28" 

    A Street in Rome

    Oil on Canvas
    37" x 28"
  • By the Sea, Spain
Oil on Canvas
39" x 36" 

    By the Sea, Spain

    Oil on Canvas
    39" x 36"
  • Concert Hall
Lithograph
30" x 26" 

    Concert Hall

    Lithograph
    30" x 26"
  • Concert with 'Cellist
Lithograph
24" x 36" 

    Concert with 'Cellist

    Lithograph
    24" x 36"
  • Falling Flowers
Lithograph
36" x 25" 

    Falling Flowers

    Lithograph
    36" x 25"
  • Girl with Bandana
Oil on Board
36" x 28.5" 

    Girl with Bandana

    Oil on Board
    36" x 28.5"
  • The Beach
Lithograph
14" x 24" 

    The Beach

    Lithograph
    14" x 24"
  • Yellow Bird
Lithograph
30" x 21" 

    Yellow Bird

    Lithograph
    30" x 21"
  • The River
Lithograph
22" x 29" 

    The River

    Lithograph
    22" x 29"
  • Cyclists in the Valley
Lithograph
22" x 32" 

    Cyclists in the Valley

    Lithograph
    22" x 32"
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Jamie Boyd

Upon first glance, it is evident Australia-born Jamie Boyd’s work exhibits the talents of an experimental, versatile artist. Scenes of live music illustrated by prismatic subjects and colors; mellow landscapes that appear almost nostalgic to the eye; a fauvist bouquet of flowers – all creations of Boyd, and magnificent ones at that. His past mediums include printing lithographs, etchings with paint, and presently, acrylic and oil on canvas as well as pastel and paper on canvas. Starting off simple, his process begins with working from watercolor and pencil sketches. If they capture the mood of the moment, he finds they can be used again and again–each time developing a new aspect of the scene. Illustrious artists Vincent Van Gough and Henri Matisse are a few of his influences in addition to his father–from whom he gained most of his technical knowledge. He has a studio in East London where a majority of his figurative work is done and he commonly explores Italy and Australia to find the subjects of his landscape paintings.

In 2012, seven of his works based on Haydns ‘Seven Last Words’ were selected for the City of London Festival. Guildhall School of Music and Drama has commissioned him and Tavistock Centre in London, England has displayed his works to the public. When it comes to starting a new piece, Boyd sees no rush. “I think about it for a long time,” he admits. “Vague ideas swirling around in my head, and then you sense when the moment is right to tackle the canvas.”