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I have been an artist since I was a child.   My training is a combination of formal and self-taught techniques including; Drawing, Painting, Print Making, Ceramics, Sculpture, and Digital Media.   I am an Alumnus of the Hartford Art School in Connecticut.   My faith drives me to create pieces which I believe reflect the beauty of creation or the spiritual search.   My subjects often include Horses, Animals, Nature, Musicians, often Jazz Musicians, and Christian symbolism.   I love to use Bold Color and Capture the moment in my work.   I enjoy stressing...more
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Featured In The Chrisitan Artist Blog

Hesperia, CA - June 28th, 2014

I am pleased to announce that my artwork has been featured in the Christian Artist Blog. Geordie Gardiner runs the blog and features various gifted artists. Her central theme is Christian artwork. Have a look at the featured artists and art listed on the website information. Also, for those members of Fine Art America, you can join the Chrisitian Themed Artwork group at the link below. Happy Creating, Jamey Balester Lopez fineartamerica.com/groups/christian-theme-artwork-group-.html

Pick Of The Day

Riverside, CA - March 28th, 2010

1stAngelArts Magazine featured my artwork entitled "Samson", as the Pick of the Day on February 21st, 2010. Thank you 1stAngelArts Magazine this was an honor. http://1stangel.co.uk/art/pick-of-the-day-jamey-lee-balester-lopez/comment-page-1/

Magazine Interview With The Equinest

Riverside, CA - September 9th, 2009

Horse Artist Interview with Paige from The Equinest http://www.theequinest.com/jamey-lee-balester-lopez/

Merging Into Metamorphosis

Riverside, CA - August 14th, 2009

Merging into Metamorphosis By Natalie Howatson So, what do you like most about art? Is it the different perspective that each viewer gets from each painting that they look at, or is it the sometimes surreal position the models take on in the piece? Most art fanatics believe that all of these components are important to a good piece of art, which is why metamorphosis is such an interesting and delightful style of art sculpture. A lot of sculpture artists try to capture the concept of metamorphosis by using the environment around them, one inspiring artist; Jamey Lee Balester Lopez has worked on the concept ever since she attended her high school art classes where she produced the sculpture in question; ‘Metamorphosis sculpture, Indian horse view’-1993. The sculpture, ‘Metamorphosis sculpture, Indian horse view-1993’ shows a Native American Indian morphing with a pure white wild...