Ginny Neece
Ginny Neece


As long as she can remember, Ginny has always enjoyed the wonder of God's creation with its ever changing seasons and variety of botanical wonders. In all of the art that she creates, she strives to reflect the beauty of His superior handiwork. Although Ginny has worked in oils, acrylics, collage, and pencil, her primary medium is pastel. She loves pastel's immediacy and the vibrancy of the colors. The subject matter of her paintings is usually close ups of flowers, larger garden settings and landscapes. She has been published in Willow Creek Journal, 2008-16 and the Shark Reef Literary Magazine, Winter 2014 and Summer 2015. Ginny's work is As long as she can remember, Ginny has always enjoyed the wonder of God's creation with its ever changing seasons and variety of botanical wonders. In all of the art that she creates, she strives to reflect the beauty of His superior handiwork. Although Ginny has worked in oils, acrylics, collage, and pencil, her primary medium is pastel. She loves pastel's immediacy and the vibrancy of the colors. The subject matter of her paintings is usually close ups of flowers, larger garden settings and landscapes. She has been published in Willow Creek Journal, 2008-16 and the Shark Reef Literary Magazine, Winter 2014 and Summer 2015. Ginny's work is regularly exhibited with the Lopez Artists' Guild, at Chimera Gallery, and at various restaurants both on and off Lopez Island.