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Driftwood Beach w/ Heron by Jim Ziemer
The Meaninglessness of Life or Splattered on the Tar of the Universe by Jim Ziemer
Woman and Dog Portrait modified by Jim Ziemer
Close Encounter by Jim Ziemer
Judy's Sunset by Jim Ziemer
Zoey Towel by Jim Ziemer
The Window by Jim Ziemer
Wolf Moon by Jim Ziemer
Rowboat Modified by Jim Ziemer
Ghost Train by Jim Ziemer
Beach Nymph by Jim Ziemer
Trestle Detail by Jim Ziemer
Honey Store by Jim Ziemer
Ybor City Prop Cars by Jim Ziemer
Altamaha Park Trestle by Jim Ziemer
Gas Pump - Everett Corner Store by Jim Ziemer
Driftwood Beach by Jim Ziemer
And Nature Goes On by Jim Ziemer
White Heron by Jim Ziemer
Planter by Jim Ziemer
The Fade by Jim Ziemer
Shrimp Boats at Darien by Jim Ziemer
Ybor City Movie Set by Jim Ziemer
Woodstorks at Oak Grove Island by Jim Ziemer
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About Jim Ziemer
Born on March 31, 1940, Jim Ziemer has enjoyed drawing for most of his life, but earning a decent living took precedence over pursuing art. While doing occasional drawings and paintings for family and friends, it wasn’t until after retiring to the Chesapeake Bay area (VA) in 2003 that he began painting in earnest. Since retirement he has devoted the majority of his free time to art focusing mainly on wildlife and scenery, along with boats and the boating history of that area. He moved to Brunswick, Georgia in March of 2009 where he continues painting wildlife of the area and commissioned portraits.
Jim has had no formal training in art but has an exceptional natural gift for observation and creating realism in paintings. Portraiture is his favorite form of art and his gift for capturing likeness and personality is apparent in his work. Nature and wildlife are also favorite subjects for him. Creating the mood and "story" can be the most arduous part of a painting, all before the first stroke is applied to the work. He works mainly in acrylics for the brilliance of color and fast drying time for detail painting, while Portraits are done only in oils or pencil.
He has displayed and sold his work in many art shows in both Virginia and Georgia as well as several of the local juried galleries. He has won many awards for his work but much prefers the personal comments he receives when a work is appreciated and understood by the viewers.