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JD Sipe- Blues Paintings - Blues art for sale


J.D. Sipe Biography

J.D. Sipe is a unique, award winning folk artist, and one of the most sought after Blues musician in New Mexico. He drew his first inspiration, and love, of art by trying to copy the comic book art he saw as a kid, There were no art classes in the parochial school he attended through grade and high school, and his first formal introduction to art was in jr. college, which he attended for about a year, and due to circumstances, was unable to complete.
He has developed his own unique style, while also becoming a successful Blues musician, through years of hard work He lives with his lovely wife and 7 reformed alley cats in a tough Albuquerque neighborhood nicknamed "The War Zone." When he's not playing bass with the local blues bands, he's working in his converted garage where he creates carved paintings, mixed media pieces and unusual shadow boxes. His work has shown in exhibitions and galleries in New Mexico, Arizona and Washington D.C. and has appeared in Shaman's Drum Magazine, Mind Science Journal, The Collector's Guide and Santa Fean Magazine. His artwork is prized and collected by art lovers in the USA and worldwide.


Would you like to contact J.D. about a commission painting?
email him by clicking this link.
You can negotiate with J.D. personally - we
refuse to take a percentage of an artists commission work.

That is unheard of in the Art Gallery business,
but being an artist myself, I prefer to do what's right.


( all the money for commission work goes to JD, I dont take a penny!)

 




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