UPDATE August, 15, 2022
Dear Customers & Readers, Our talented friend, Linda Marcille who created these extraordinary paintings, has fallen ill and is looking to sell them immediately to pay for medical expenses. All 5 paintings in the series are available and we are hoping to keep the collection together. If you or someone you know is interested in acquiring the series, please reach out to us on Facebook or Contact Us. This is a once in a lifetime opportunity to bring a priceless art collection into your home, office or museum.
Stonehurst Fine Furniture and Art Gallery
We're feeling very honored today. Our Stonehurst fine furniture and art gallery has been graced by the entire collection of Linda Eaton Marcille's original New Orleans Jazz silk paintings.
Who is this legendary jazz and blues guitarist? BB King? Buddy Guy? Robert Johnson? This collection of original silk paintings by Linda Marcille, is available exclusively at Vermont Woods Studios - Stonehurst Fine Art Gallery.
Jazz in Vermont
You might not think of Vermont as being synonymous with Jazz but we actually have quite a respectable jazz and blues community here. Burlington has hosted the Discover Jazz Fest annually for the last 39 years, proudly featuring such jazz legends as Sarah Vaughan, Lionel Hampton, Ella Fitzgerald, Count Basie, Dizzy Gillespie, Herbie Hancock, Dave Brubeck, Branford Marsalis, Diana Krall, Jon Batiste, Christian McBride... I could go on but you can get the whole run down here on the Discover Jazz Fest website.
Just down the street from Stonehurst, we have the Vermont Jazz Center at the Cotton Mill in Brattleboro, VT which hails back to the early 1970s. Founded by legendary guitarist Attila Zoller, the Center is now run by pianist Eugene Uman and his wife Elsa Borrero. It features a summer jazz workshop, monthly concert series, Wednesday night jam sessions, and frequent collaborations with area schools, jazz art organizations and businesses.
Linda Marcille's Jazz Paintings on Silk
Who is this famous jazz singer? Billie Holiday? Sarah Vaughan? Ella Fitzgerald? This collection of original silk painting by Linda Marcille, is available exclusively at Vermont Woods Studios - Stonehurst Fine Art Gallery.
It's not surprising then, that some of America's most beautiful (and quite possibly the only) jazz paintings on silk come from Vermont. They are the artistry of Linda Marcille, an award winning artist from Westminster, Vermont whose acclaimed artwork hangs in public and private collections, across the country and internationally. Now, for a limited time these beautiful and unique paintings on silk are available for purchase at Vermont Woods Studios.
Jazz Trumpeter on Silk
Name this Jazz trumpeter: Miles Davis? Dizzie Gillespie? Original silk painting by Linda Marcille.
Painting on Silk is a Rare Artistic Skill
Jazz lovers and art collectors: hurry to see these incredible paintings at Stonehurst! I promise you will not be disappointed. This is world class art. Read about the interactive and unforgiving nature of the silk painting process here. Even at the hands of a master, silk paintings like these can take weeks or even months to complete. The images are created with French steam set dyes that shimmer on the charmeuse silk and the jewelry in each painting is created with a metallic resist called gutta that sparkles like real gold! This is an unbelievable opportunity to acquire a collection of original silk paintings of your favorite jazz masters at a Vermont price.
Jazz Singer on Silk
Who is this jazz artist? Ella Fitzgerald? Sarah Vaughan? Billie Holiday?
Can You Identify the Musicians in Linda's Jazz Art?
Who do you see in Linda's jazz paintings? BB King, George Benson, Wes Montgomery, Charlie Christian, Robert Johnson or Buddy Guy? Duke Ellington, Miles Davis, Charlie Parker or John Coltrane? Give us a shout on Facebook and let us know what you think.
Linda's original paintings have been priced to sell as soon as possible, at $1500 each. Click on each image to learn more about the painting and/or to purchase. Give us a call with any questions you may have and to discuss shipping.
Learn about Linda
Follow Linda's story on Facebook and Instagram. Send her some good vibes, she could use them.
Original post published on September 29, 2013.