It must be nice to be Jerry Cable. During the economic crisis we’re living through, with high unemployment and increasing numbers of homeless, hungry people, Jerry Cable still finds that peaceful moment. And paints it. So we can find that peace with him. Thank you.
Mr. Cable will be personalizing copies of his limited edition print,
“Patriot Moon,” at his studio during the month of December. “Patriot Moon” depicts the historic McKonky Ferry Inn located in Washington Crossing, Pa., on a winter night under a full moon. It is one of a series of winter nocturnes Mr. Cable painted recently. The original oil painting was awarded best of show at the Canal Frame-Crafts Gallery, juried by the Historical Society. Mr. Cable has always been interested in Revolutionary history and say’s he was inspired to take the viewer back to that time when secret meetings were held at inns and taverns throughout the area by patriots planning their strategies for the revolution.
Mr. Cable is releasing 95 signed giclees of “Patriot Moon” that will be printed on archival paper. An additional 25 artists proofs will be released as canvas giclees.
Since 1997 his award-winning paintings have been featured in more than 34 solo exhibitions in
Maine, Pennsylvania, Delaware, New Jersey, Connecticut and Ohio. (See previous post about his paintings in Maine.)