Jeanie Wing

Jeanie Prall Wing: In Retrospect

November 26 – December 28, 2019

Reception  Saturday December 7, 3 – 5 PM

 “For the Beauty of the Earth,
For the Beauty of the Sky,
For the love which from our birth
Over and around us lies”

For Jeanie Prall Wing, this hymn verse embodies the essence of the feelings behind her art and her life.

For her second solo show at Blue Mountain Gallery, Ms. Wing will present a survey of paintings reflecting her lifelong loves of nature and of art – quiet passions she acquired early in her childhood from her family and has pursued throughout her life.

She remembers her mother Elsie fondly for her artistic drawings and paintings. She remembers her father, William, working at his carvings, sculpture and playing his trumpet long into the night after work. She followed their example and studied art at The Tyler School of Fine Arts in Philadelphia. Afterwards, she moved to Brooklyn, NY, and became involved in the arts as a profession, embarking on a career as an art teacher in the New York City School System. In one way or another, her siblings all followed the same life-stream: studying art, music, literature, natural history and related technology. She married, had two wonderful children (who have been supportive in her efforts to express herself) and continues to paint.

Artist statement:

“My varied influences have led me to explore those things that have composed the fabric of my existence. I have spent my time weaving the influences of nature, culture, architecture, and technology into the creation of my artwork. These things have been perpetual elements in my artwork throughout. The passage of time and evolution of the human condition in relation to the natural world have been my focus. Things atmospheric, geographic and aquatic have always caught my eye: the landscape, the waters, the grasses, the shrubbery, the trees, the people and other living beings that dwell in these places – the great by-and-by.”  Jeanie Prall Wing – 2019



Recent Exhibition 

Jeanie Prall Wing and Rev. Herbert Evans Macdonald

May 24 – June 18, 2016

Jeanie Prall Wing presents an exhibition of her paintings and drawings with the basic theme of “Climate March 2014″ along with flower studies, landscapes, and portraits.

The exhibition also includes large abstract watercolor paintings created by her cousin’s father, Rev. Herbert Evans Macdonald (1898 – 1972).  Rev. Macdonald was an ordained Presbyterian minister who studied at the Art Students League in Provincetown, Mass. and in New York City. He exhibited his work in many galleries and his paintings are included in the collections of the Montclair Museum, New Jersey; Newark Museum, New Jersey; Trenton State Museum, New Jersey and the Art Gallery of Greater Victoria, BC, Canada. He received many honors in his lifetime.

Jeanie Prall Wing majored in painting at Tyler School of Fine Art at Temple University in Philadelphia and received her B.F.A. in Art Education. Later she studied at NYU. She has exhibited her work in many galleries in the USA. Her work conveys her appreciation of Nature but she also tries to show some human concerns about global warming and the Earth’s environment.

This exhibition begins May 24 and continues thru June 18.  The artist’s reception will be held Saturday, June 4, from 3-6 with music by Paul Meyer on guitar.  There is a closing reception Saturday, June 18th, from 3-6pm with vocal and guitar music by Judy Gorman.


Recent Exhibition 

Jeanie Carter Prall Wing – Some Earthly and Atmospheric Paintings

April 22 through May 18, 2013

Jeanie Wing will be exhibiting paintings that bring environmental thoughts to mind. The works are based on observation of nature, from close up nature studies to broader landscapes. Some of the artworks are large acrylic paintings while others use water-based oils for a softer effect with  blended color values.

Jeanie studied painting at Tyler School of Fine Arts in Philadelphia with a B.F.A. in Painting and B.S. in Art Education. She studied at the Art Students League, the School of Visual Arts, the Fashion Institute of Art, The New School, the University of Iowa, N.Y.U., and the Brooklyn Museum.  She has works in numerous private collections and has exhibited her work in various galleries including the Brooklyn Museum Community Gallery, L.I.U. and Pace College. She was a founding member of Gallery 91, a co-op gallery, in 1971. She volunteered as coordinator of the New York City Artist Teachers Association for many years while teaching in New York City schools.

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