Artists > Annie J. Schultz

Annie Schultz Peony Obsession Market Gallery Roanoke Virginia
Oil on canvas
36" x 48"
$1800
Annie Schultz Tulips In the Sun Market Gallery Roanoke Virginia
Oil on canvas
18" x 24"
$700
Annie Schultz Sunlit Hydrangeas Market Gallery Roanoke Virginia flowers
Oil on canvas
16" x 20"
$550
Annie Schultz Peony Love Market Gallery Roanoke Virginia flowers original art
Oil on canvas
16" x 20"
Annie Schultz Original Oil Painting Sunset landscape
Oil on canvas
30" x 40"
$2400
Annie Schultz Spring Stream Original Oil landscape
Oil on canvas
16" x 20"
$600
Annie Schultz Mountain Stream Original Oil Painting landscape
Oil on canvas
24" x 36"
$1700
Annie Schultz Bridging the Creek Original Oil Painting
Oil on board
11" x 14"
$300
Annie Schultz Market Bounty Original Oil Painting Still life
Oil on panel
16" x 20"
$390
Annie Schultz Original Oil Painting Sunflowers
Oil
36" x 48"
Annie Schultz Original Oil Painting Figs
Oil
12" x 12"

"In the Blue Ridge Mountains where I live, beauty is all around us. I was a potter working with clay on a wheel for many years. When you throw the clay on the wheel and press in and down on it, there is a point eventually when the clay on the wheel stops wobbling and is completely centered. It feels like the universe is aligned and you can take a deep breath and say “yes!”. All is in synch for that moment.

When I complete a painting, walk away and come back into the studio and feel that “yes”, I have that same feeling of being in synch with the subject of my painting. I love setting challenges for myself. Developing a new way of seeing and representing the world around me in two dimensions has been a wonderful and difficult challenge. I am intrigued by the properties of light and atmosphere and how they affect the colors and shapes of the objects we look at every day. I am exploring color and how to use color to build form rather than drawing form and then coloring within the lines. I hope to keep learning new ways to use color, light and shadow to translate the emotional connection I have with nature.

I want my paintings to elicit that feeling of peace and calm that brings a small smile to your face and makes you want to just climb into that scene and appreciate the feeling for that moment. I love sharing that connection with the people who see my paintings."