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Naomi Jacobs

Art to uplift the spirit

Lafayette, CO

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Naomi Susan Schwartz Jacobs is an abstract digital artist living and working in Boulder, Colorado.. Jacobs studied with Andrea Rowe Kraus and at the Maryland Academy of Art and Design. She is also a biblical scholar/ancient Jewish historian, and much of her art draws on these themes. Art to Uplift the Spirit (www.art2uplift.com) is her free art portal. Many pieces are created using the celebrated golden mean and/or created at the same time as husband David Mitchell Jacobs Schwartz plays one of his guitars.

Jacobs' artworks are displayed in the happy homes of her patrons. There is also a permanent installation of her painted glass bottles at Palatine House, Durham University.

JACOBS CAN OFFER 4x6, 8.5x11 and 13x19 PRINTS ON ANY DIGITAL PAINTING -- EMAIL artsypoets@gmail.com.

Jacobs can also be reached by email via this website.

What other artists have said about Jacobs' art:

Your art reaches a dimension of spirit with some unique colors. They made me dream"--Sonia Tamer, Brazil

�It's a great mix of Krasner's colours and with a bit of Veira de silva� --Marc Heaton, UK

"Very soothing to one's soul" --Louise Kiner, Canada

On March 20, 2011, Dutch artist Monica Hulsing selected Jacobs as her Artist of the Day on Twitter.


Recent Shows:

Jacobs' will exhibit at the Jewish "Living in Joy" show in Alexandria, VA in August 2013.

Jacobs was at the Winter Park, CO Alpine ArtAffair in July 2013.

Jacobs was at the Jax Farmer's Market in Lafayette, CO in June 2013

Jacobs was at the Boulder Jewish Festival June 9, 2013

Jacobs had a solo show at Frasier Meadows in June 2013.

Jacobs exhibited the piece "Miriam's Well" at a Passover exhibit at Imajewnation museum in Saint Louis in March 2013

Jacobs had a solo show at the Drew Henry Salon and Gallery in Saint Louis from Nov 2011t to Feb 2012.

Jacobs exhibited at the Taste of Saint Louis in September 2011.

Jacobs exhibited at the Hatfield art show in Spring, 2008.

 

Blobs Listen to the Shofar by Naomi Jacobs

 

Live Wallpaper by Naomi Jacobs

 

Its a Girl by Naomi Jacobs

 

Atlas by Naomi Jacobs

 

Blob Menorah by Naomi Jacobs

 

Blossoms by Naomi Jacobs

 

Two Piles of Vanilla Wafers by Naomi Jacobs

 

Glow by Naomi Jacobs

 

Ice Dream by Naomi Jacobs

 

Dance of the Three Colors by Naomi Jacobs

 

RazzleDazzle by Naomi Jacobs

 

Fire and Ice by Naomi Jacobs

 

Twisty Green Thing by Naomi Jacobs

 

Galactic Star by Naomi Jacobs

 

Ideal Forms by Naomi Jacobs

 

Aquarium II by Naomi Jacobs

 

Aquarium by Naomi Jacobs

 

Bubble Land by Naomi Jacobs

 

Treasure Houses of the Snow by Naomi Jacobs

 

Circular Stairway by Naomi Jacobs

 

Dayglo Hieroglyphics by Naomi Jacobs

 

Spheres by Naomi Jacobs

 

You Are My Lucky Star by Naomi Jacobs

 

Wrought Iron Fence by Naomi Jacobs

 

Swimming Through a Love Window by Naomi Jacobs

 

Dreamland as Seen Through the Lattice by Naomi Jacobs

 

Old Time Radiator by Naomi Jacobs

 

After the Bassoon and Viola Duet by Naomi Jacobs

 

Happy Helix Radiates Energy by Naomi Jacobs

 

Softly as Winter Morning Sunrise by Naomi Jacobs

 

Transcendant Mashed Yam by Naomi Jacobs

 

Its a Little Bit You Its a Little Bit Me by Naomi Jacobs

 

Build a Better Mousetrap with Cheese Colored Art by Naomi Jacobs

 

Still LIfe with Winter Flower by Naomi Jacobs

 

MRI of the Soul by Naomi Jacobs

 

Oil Spots on Melting Snow by Naomi Jacobs

 

A Guitar Case View of the Cosmos by Naomi Jacobs

 

Burning Bush by Naomi Jacobs

 

Slug of Beauty by Naomi Jacobs

 

Highway of Love by Naomi Jacobs

 

Genie by Naomi Jacobs

 

Rhythm of the Spheres by Naomi Jacobs

 

Colorform Ballet by Naomi Jacobs

 

Blueprints for the Bubble Factory by Naomi Jacobs

 

Wallpaper of the Soul by Naomi Jacobs

 

Sunrise Over Blueberry City by Naomi Jacobs

 

Spirit of the Crab Grass by Naomi Jacobs

 

Here Comes the Sun by Naomi Jacobs