Jo Pomeroy-Crockett Ph. D., is a North coast resident, who in combination with her art, works as a free-lance writer and educator. She has written numerous educational materials, magazine articles, and children’s books. A resident artist at Fairweather House and Gallery since 2013, she has created a new body of work for FALL RETREAT which includes unusual painting supports such as yupo, a paper made from recycled products, challenging glass like surfaces, and birch bark.
She especially enjoys painting nature and works primarily wet-into-wet and strives for dramatic value patterns, Bright colors, an emphasis on the play of light, and a touch of whimsy mark her paintings and her collages. She has exhibited in numerous juried art competitions in the Southwest and the Pacific Northwest. Her work is in private collections in various parts of the United States, England, Canada and Switzerland.
Please visit the Fairweather blog posts about Jo Pomeroy-Crockett.
05-14-2014: By request, the Gratitude lecture by Jo Pomeroy-Crockett.
10-26-2013: A beautifully written note received from Jo Pomeroy-Crockett.
Jo Pomeroy-Crockett is a co-founder of the Astoria Art Loft.
ASTORIA ART LOFT, LLC , located at 106 3rd Street in Astoria, is owned and operated by artists for artists, offers rental studios, art gallery, large classroom space, general meeting areas, and other amenities for artists and lovers of art.
And, too, a review about a lecture at Fairweather’s by Jo Pomeroy-Crockett.
“I particularly enjoyed the artist, Jo Pomeroy-Crockett, who shared her comments regarding gratitude. I thought about her as I read today’s devotion that I receive from Rick Warren. His sentiments mirror those of your guest. I hope that you will share them with her. You, Kathy, and your other hosts did a wonderful job as usual. You have such a gift of design and hospitality and are a real asset to our community! Blessings, Gary” 05-04-2014