Welcome to the Pitman Art Studio.
Home of painter and sculptor Julie Pitman.
Though she has decades of art experience, we are just getting started telling the story of the art created by Julie and offering her art for sale online. Check back often to see new posts and artwork. Follow us on Facebook and Instagram.
Also, please check out our Etsy shop or Fine Art America listings.
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We have two new paintings in our Etsy stop that are part of a series, although they can be purchased either together or separately. The one on the left is called “Green Head Out of an Oasis” and the one on the right is called “Pink Head Out of an Oasis”. These demonstrate Summism, which is an art form created by Julie Pitman.
Organizing earrings over here as we get ready to introduce jewelry to our Etsy shop. Click here to browse our earring listing. But check back because we have tons more! Or inquire about earrings in your favorite color!
Some of Julie’s strongest talents lie in her sculpting skills. These are some powerful examples of how great sculptors can find beauty hiding inside of a rock.
Julie currently has an Etsy shop called Pitman Art Studio which you can access by clicking here.
This painting is an example of some of her work from the 90’s. This is a very large painting, measuring about 5 feet wide. It features a fun scene of an R & B club in South Dallas called House of Jock. The bright colors and attention to detail help the viewer to experience being there in person.
Here is what the artist says about this scene,
The House of Jock was a famous juke joint at “The End of the Line” (bus) in South Dallas off Hatcher and Hwy 175. It was owned by Jacque and many talented musicians played there in clouding Freddie King.
Charles Johnson was the band leader when I won 3rd place singing there. He played at Jack Rubies clubs and was a great keyboard player and singer. Tutu Jones Daddy, Preacher, and Chonita Turner were regular performers at House of Jock.
There was a western mural on the front of club. You could always get barbecue from “The Meat Man” and ladies brought food and shared with me. Everyone was very kind and fun. I never mastered the dance Walkin’ the Dog” but it was really a happening place. Groups of singers would dance in unison and were dressed in Sunday suits & Hats.
The Pitman Art Studio is the home of artist Julie Pitman.
Julie specializes in paintings and sculptures but also works with other mediums from time to time. Thank you for browsing her site.