Icy Battenkill at Center Falls
The Nature of Vermont
Neuschwanstein Castle
Barn in Battenville
Nubble Lighthouse Sunset
Witchcraft Lake
A Merry Village
London Evening
Lovable Vermont
Les Lumières Romantiques de Paris
Frosty Hills Sunset
Emerald Ireland
Battenkill Serenity
Toronto Twilight
Countryside Christmas
Sunshine in Miami
The Spirit of Boston
The Bridge to San Francisco
Afternoon at Old Orchard
The Matterhorn in Switzerland
Stump Church
Evening at the Adelphi
The Countryside
Calma Venice
Eiffel Tower
The Streets of Queens
Million Lights of L.A.
A Joyful Village
White Christmas
London
Chicago
Tasteful Steinengers
Blue Jeans
Day's Over in D.C.
Bells of Paris
Sacre Coeur at Sunset
The Green Mountains Bring Silence
Evening at the Washington County Fair
White Night in Mowry Park
Night of Haunts
Heart of Greenwich
Center Falls Schoolyard
Center Falls Schoolhouse
Lawrence's Camp
Greenwich Lighted Tractor Parade

Artist Statement

It would be hard for me to imagine ending up in a career other than one in the creative arts field. I consider myself mostly a self-taught artist. In fact, many of the gallery owners and artists that I know have told me to stick with my own distinct style rather taking art classes that might make my creations less unique. Presently twenty-four years old, I can still feel excitement in my creations just as I did as a preschooler. My decision to make art my lifetime profession began as early as the 5th grade when I made my first commission. In high school, I began my art business- Jacob Houston Art- and I have been working to expand it ever since. My dream is to one day build my own art gallery.

I specialize in acrylic paintings of the local countryside as well as distant cityscapes, favoring vibrant colors and unique perspectives- often from high in the air, looking down at my subject. Recreating architectural styles has always been a strong interest of mine. I enjoy the challenges that the angles on buildings, the small details, and the lighting aspects bring to my art. Having grown up in a rural setting, countryside vistas also play a large part in my subject selection. Another feature of my art is that it often tells a story with its attention to minute details.

Finding inspiration from my love of travel, many of my creations reflect my perception of the places I have visited. Painting every day brings me a sense of peace that I cannot find anyplace else.

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