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Knight, Jonathan, (Cardinal Haven)

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"Cardinal Haven" by Jonathan Knight

11 1/2 x 11 inches (image size) watercolor-- framed (23 1/2 x 23 inches)


Jonathan Knight is an accomplished artist in watercolors, oils, pastels, and printmaking. Many of his paintings have allegorical meanings. Knight was born in Daytona Beach, Florida, where he received his early foundation and inspiration to fine art. As a child, he was influenced to draw everyday by one of his older brothers, Stephen, who himself used to draw. Knight's parents also encouraged him, beginning at the age of 3, to draw and paint watercolors of a variety of subjects, which continuously perfected his drawing and conceptual abilities. He studied at the Daytona Beach Art League for several years under the instruction of London painter Lucy Petruzzelle,

He was featured in and on the magazine covers of Watercolor, and American Artist Publication (Fall, 1999 issue), as well as the cover of the Winter, 1995 issue. Other publications include Artist's Magazine, ARTnews, American Visions Magazine, American Art Review, Flash Art International n ° 225-Italy, Daytona Beach News Journal, Decor Magazine and IRAAA. Knight is also featured on the website AskArt.com.



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