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JACK GARVER

Beach Day

9.5 x 13.5
$1,100
Watercolor
Oyster River Shantys

19 x 24
$1,500
Watercolor
Sunfish

11 x 14 unframed
$850
Watercolor
October Sail

20 x 25
$2,000.
Watercolor
Heading Home

10 x 14 unframed
$850
Watercolor
The S. Dunbar

14 x 21 unframed
$1,600
Watercolor
Sailing the Marsh

9 x 12
$700.
Watercolor
Through the Grasses

9 x 12 unframed
$750
Watercolor
Across the Marsh

15 x 18
$1,000.
Watercolor
The Odd Couple

14 x 20
20 x 26 (framed)

$1,800.
Watercolor
Artists Bio

Jack Garver is a member of the American Watercolor Society, Salmagundi Club, Watercolor U.S.A., Honor Society, and many regional art organizations. He holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from Carnegie Tech (now Carnegie Mellon University).

A native of Maryland, he began his teaching career in Baltimore heading the art department of Gilman School for 15 years. He then chaired the art department at The Lawrenceville School in New Jersey for 23 years. In both schools he taught art history as well as studio courses. While in Baltimore, he also taught stage production and design at Goucher College.

His watercolors have been exhibited throughout the Unites States and have won many national honors including awards from the Salmagundi Club, Water color U.S.A., Adirondacks Watercolor Annual, American Artists Professional League, Mystic Maritime International, and the Georgia, Louisiana, Taos, New England, and Pittsburgh Watercolor Societies. In 1999 his work was chosen among the “top 100” in the annual “Arts for the Parks” competition. He has had more than a score of one-man shows, and his watercolors are included in hundreds of private and corporate collections here and abroad.

Garver was featured in the December ’81 and July ’02 issues of American Artist magazine. More than thirty of his paintings have been selected for publication as greeting card and calendar subjects.

The Garvers now live on Cape Cod where Jack continues to paint (drawing largely upon his travels for inspiration), teach adult classes, and lecture on art history.

Artists Statement