‘Let it Snow’ by Johannah O’Donnell
Artist: Johannah O’Donnell
Title: ‘Let it Snow’
Medium: Acrylic on board
Dimensions: 7″ x 5″
Framing: Unframed – Ready to hang
Year of Creation: 2021
About the Artwork:
“I’m a big fan of seasonal paintings and I’ve found myself even more drawn to making them over the last couple of years. I’ve lived in Florida my whole life, where the change in weather is much more subtle than it is up north, so the trappings that go along with each season are what get me in the spirit of things. This piece is inspired by holiday nostalgia: vintage greeting cards, listening to old songs by the fire, hand-blown glass ornaments, and the smell of cloves and cinnamon.” – Johannah O’Donnell
About the Artist:
Johannah O’Donnell, a Florida native, grew up in Sarasota, where she graduated from Ringling College of Art and Design with a degree in Fine Art. She is currently a full-time painter/art instructor and has exhibited work in numerous shows around the country, including a solo show at Bold Hype Gallery in NYC and a two-person show with Rebecca Rose (Sculpturings) at Gauntlet Gallery in San Francisco. One of her paintings is on the cover of Lil Bub’s album, “Science & Magic”, and her work is also featured in “Lil Bub’s Lil Book”, “Lil Bub: The Earth years”, “Bad Dads: Art Inspired by the Films of Wes Anderson”, and “#Cats the Meowvie”.
Influenced by the American Pop Art movement, Spanish Surrealism, and Sci-Fi/Fantasy Art, Johannah O’Donnell’s paintings use natural and figurative symbolism to comment on the ever-evolving human condition.