Dear Gentle Readers,
I came across the beautiful artwork of Jane Wooster Scott quite by accident and was immediately taken with it's charm. I was amazed that no one I talked to had heard of her around here, when she is so famous around the rest of the world.
Her work is reminiscent of Grandma Moses and Norman Rockwell. Her art is a celebration of turn of the century and early twentieth century America.
These gorgeous, colorful paintings show us "the good old days" we all here about. I don't think that the good, old days were quite this clean, crisp, and colorful, but they certainly do evoke a happy time.
Jane, who signs her paintings Wooster Scott, is a modern woman who has lived in Los Angeles most of her life, has chosen to look backwards to paint moments in America's historic customs and traditions. I think she shows us at our best.
The innocence and energy of a bygone time in our country explodes all over her work.
Jane believes her work shows the clean air, clean water, and clean minds of the people at that time.
Once again, I claim nothing here as mine. All information is from the links provided below.