Jerry Cable

Patriot Moon

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Image © Jerry Cable

About the Artist

Born in northeastern Ohio, Jerry Cable, discovered his passion for art at a very early age. Under the tutelage of private instruction, Jerry set out to define himself as an artist.

He draws inspiration from the American Impressionists, specifically artists of the New Hope school in Bucks County, PA, and the Old Lyme Academy, in Old Lyme, CT. Through his travels abroad Jerry has had an opportunity to study works by the great European painters of the late nineteenth century, particularly Camille Pizzaro and Claude Monet.

Resonating with unusual luminous rhythms of light and color that can only come from a true understanding of the subject, his paintings glow with attention to details that are often over looked by the casual observer. From the rolling hillsides of rural New Jersey and Pennsylvania to Midwest farmscapes and coastal Maine, abandoned structures and quiet landscapes continue to spark an inquisitive spirit.

The subject matter reflects the romance and tranquility of another era, and is an evolution of treasured memories while growing up on the family farm. Cable's paintings offer the viewer an escape from the turbulence of today and a chance to savor the inner stillness of yesterdays.

Jerry's work was recently published in the book "Artists of the River Towns", written by the late Doris Brandes of New Hope, PA. As the Artist-in-Residence for Hunterdon County Town & Country Living Magazine, his paintings were featured exclusively on the covers. Many of his works will also be found in private and public collections across the United States and in Canada. Since 1995 he has shown his work in more than Sixty juried and non-juried exhibitions including The Philadelphia Sketch Club, and The National Art Club of New York City. His paintings have been featured in fifteen solo exhibitions in Delaware, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Connecticut, Ohio, and Maine. These accomplishments have continued to define Jerry Cable's talent as a leader in the establishment of a new Delaware Valley school of artists.