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Welcome!
Thank you for joining me on my artistic journey!
The following are some my works.

Cumberland Island Path
14"x 11" Oil on Linen Panel - Currently on Display in the Office of Governor Brian Kemp

First African Baptist Church on Cumberland Island
12"x 12" Oil on Linen Panel - Currently on display in the office of Governor Brian Kemp

 

You Are My Sunshine
12"x 9" Oil on Linen Panel

Wonderland
14"x 11" Oil on Linen Panel

 

Shops on Bavaro Beach
11"x 14" Oil on Linen Panel

Springtime in the Cotswold
11" x 14" Oil on Linen Panel

 

Solitude
14"x 11" Oil on Linen Panel

Caribbean Sunshine
12" x 12" Oil on Linen Panel

 

Golden Marsh
11"x 14" Oil on Linen Panel

Lowcountry Marsh
11"x 14" Oil on Linen Panel

 

Not All Who Wander are Lost
11"x 14" Oil on Linen Panel

Friends for Life
11"x 14" Oil on Linen Panel
Sold - Private Collection

 

Venetian Light on the Rio di San Lorenzo
14"x 11" Oil on Linen Panel

Morning Light in Venice
14"x 11" Oil on Linen Panel

 

Cumberland Island Breeze
14"x 11" Oil on Linen Panel

Venetian Reflections on the Rio Della Pieta 
14"x 11" Oil on Linen Panel

 

Jardin des Tuileries
14"x 11" Oil on Linen Panel

Our Cozy Venetian Restaurant
14"x 11" Oil on Linen Panel

 

Salt Marsh on Cumberland Island
11"x 14" Oil on Linen Panel
Private Collection - Sold

Island's Dappled Light
14"x 11" Oil on Linen Panel

 

Golden Bales
9"x 12" Oil on Linen Panel

A Walk on the Beach
14"x 11" Oil on Linen Panel - Private Collection - Sold

 

Tranquility
12"x 9" Oil on Linen Panel

The Road Home
12"x 9" Oil on Linen Panel

 

Kya's Marsh
14"x 11" Oil on Linen Panel - Private Collection - Sold

Streets of Siena
14"x 11" Oil on Cotton Panel - Private Collection - Sold

 

Carol's Flock
9"x 12" Oil on Linen Panel

Morning on the Canal
9"x 12" Oil on Linen Panel

 

Country Trail
12"x 9" Oil on Linen Panel

Bessie
12"x 12" Oil on Linen Canvas
Private Collection

 

A Walk in Nature
12"x 9" Oil on Linen Panel

Be Still
12"x 9" Oil on Linen Canvas - Private Collection - Sold

 

Traveling Through Tuscany
16"x 12" Acrylic - Private Collection - Sold

Yellowstone Beauty
16"x 20" Oil on Linen Panel

 

Walk in the Park
9" x 12" Oil on Linen Panel - Private Collection - Sold

Big Foot
12"x 9" Oil on Linen Panel - Private Collection

 

Winter on the Savannah River
9" x 12" Oil on Linen Panel - Private Collection - Sold

Autumn in Augusta
9"x 12" Oil on Linen Panel

 

Boston Light
9" x 12" Oil on Linen Panel

Button House
12"x 9" Oil on Linen Panel - Private Collection - Sold

 

Canyon Trail
14"x 11" Oil on Linen Panel - Private Collection- Sold

A Country Road

12" x 9"  Oil on Linen Panel - Private Collection - Sold

Red House on Cumberland Island
9"x 12" Oil on Linen Panel - Private Collection

 

ARTIST BIO

June Klement

June Klement was born in Knoxville, Tennessee and currently resides in Augusta, Georgia. Her work focuses on translating the love that she feels while exploring urban and natural environments into oil paints. Her impressionistic style of lively, vibrant, and bold brushstrokes highlights the ephemeral interactions between color and light. By experimenting with pigment and texture on canvas, Klement hopes to evoke the emotional aura of her surroundings through paint. Although she enjoys painting in her studio, she relishes painting en plein air because it allows her to communicate the jubilant nuances of scenes that exist beyond her studio’s confines. By painting, Klement has realized that attention is the only true materialization of love. And after working and raising a family, she felt called to wield her paintbrush to translate the beauty, joy, and love that she experiences into brushstrokes.


Member of Oil Painters of America, American Impressionist Society, Plein Air Painters of Augusta and Mascaro Studio Group.

 

"At the root of all art and all science there exists a gap – a gap between what the world is like and what the human creator wishes and hopes for it to be like. Our unique way of bridging the gap in each of our lives seems to me to be the essence of the reason for human creativity."

Fred Rogers

 
 

CONTACT ME

(706) 831-1782