Jan Priddy
Fine Art Oil Paintings

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Jan Priddy Fine Art

Award Winning Wildlife Artist

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Jan Priddy Fine Art

Jan is an award winning wildlife artist from Virginia. She enjoys creating art from life experiences and wildlife encounters. Her paintings reflect the love she has for wildlife and nature. Jan loves the nautical wildlife and wild horses in Corolla, NC. Her paintings reflect the beauty of nature whether it be from the front porch or as far away as Africa.

5th Annual Art Show ~ World Pediatric Project
Saturday, February 24th, Preview Party from 6 to 9 PM - Tickets available
Sunday, February 25th, FREE and open to the public from 10 AM to 5 PM

Jan's artwork will be exhibited in the Robbins Pavilion Ballroom

Mark your calendars for the weekend of February 24-25, 2018 Artful Healing! Our 5th annual fine art show benefitting the Richmond-based World Pediatric Project is presented by the Bon Air Artists Association (BAAA) and features Richmond-area premier and emerging artists. Artful Healing is held at the University of Richmond’s Jepson Alumni Center for one weekend a year.

Jan will be exhibiting new artwork just for the show! Many pieces of art will be in the Robbins Pavilion Ballroom.

RL Caldwell Studio Gallery
1811 Huguenot Road, Suite #305

Originals and prints available.

St. Giles Presbyterian Church
5200 Grove Avenue
Richmond VA 23226

January 3rd - February 28, 2018
Jan will have art displayed at St. Giles Presbyterian Church. All art is available for purchase.

Crossroads Art Center
"March 8 through July 5th, 2018"
Jan has several displays at Crossroads Art Center. JRAL exhibit/show, RL Caldwell booth and JRAL booth

Bows and Bones Pet Grooming
2600 Buford Road, Bon Air

Original Pet Portrait and framed Giclee Prints available.

"Dinner Guest"

Jan Priddy Fine Art

Rare Sightings in Tanzania - A leopard! And getting close enough to photograph this beautiful beast - very rare. But, what a great week for everyone there that day. THREE leopard sitings. This leopard was very close as you can see in this painting. I was able to capture this leopard with it's "dinner" and the look of pride on his face was awesome. I love the way he had his paw on his kill. The picture I took was not that great, so I was able to paint the details to capture the look and feel of what I saw that day. September 2016

This print is available for purchase. Go to the "Shop" page and you will find this one along with many other giclee prints available.