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Above, Soft Sea, oil on Belgian linen mounted on panel, 8″ x 10″, by Jessica Libor. Purchase here.
Above, The Inn at Cape May, the painting on site in front of the hotel of the same name!  Cape May, NJ is known for its Victorian homes.
The Inn at Cape May, oil on panel, 11″ x 14″, by Jessica Libor. Purchase here.
Inside the Inn at Cape May
Visiting the lighthouse in Cape May

 Summer is going by swimmingly, and I am soaking up as much time outside as possible!  That means lots of plein air painting.  
    I am excited to share two new paintings that are available, Soft Sea and The Inn at Cape May.  Soft Sea is part of the new Era Contemporary Gallery group online exhibition, Summer Love!  I am thrilled to be exhibiting with such fabulous artists.  Soft Sea original is available for purchase on my website here.  I am also making hand signed, open edition prints of this piece, available to order here.

    The other new piece available is called The Inn at Cape May, and is a portrait of a hotel of the same name.  I visited Cape May with another artist friend this month and we explored the coastal town.  The Inn is a dramatic, historic presence within the Victorian beach town.  In the fall of 1894, William H. Church, a contractor and builder, of West Cape May, began work on a 60-room boarding house at the foot of Ocean Street opposite the Star Villas, one of the most delightful locations on the beachfront.  This was the Inn at Cape May. It is full of beauty and eccentricities in its design, both interior and exterior, and captured my imagination.  I am sure it has seen many things!  It is available for purchase on my website here.

  I have also re-opened my shop, new and improved!  To celebrate this, please use the code JULY to take 15% off anything  you like, code good until midnight, July 22nd.

     With love, light, and creativity,

Jessica Libor
Visual Artist