Collection: Jocelyn Fine

South Orange-based Jocelyn Fine received a BFA in Fine Art and a BA in Art History from the University of Vermont and received a MS in Architectural and Painting Conservation from Columbia University. She studied Painting Conservation at the Istituto Per l’Arte and il Restauro in Florence, Italy. Jocelyn’s work is in private collections throughout New York and New Jersey. Recently, her paintings were featured in NJ Home, and NBC’s George to the Rescue. She comes from a family of artists and filmmakers; her mother is a sculpture, her brother a painter and animator, and her aunt was the owner of the well esteemed Rose Fried Gallery on Manhattan’s Upper East Side.

Jocelyn’s art is heavily influenced by artists from the New York School of the 1950s and 60s. Their pioneering work evolved into what is commonly referred to as abstract expressionism. She is drawn to the energy and excitement these artists who intuitively knew how to express raw emotion. Her inspiration draws from the work of Rothko, Esteban Vicente, Hartigan, Franz Kline and Frankenthaler, to name only a few. Scale, color, form and the life force of each stroke of paint is what is meaningful to her.

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