Berry Fritz



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Berry Fritz Posted Artwork 
12 days ago 
Twilight Roost by Berry Fritz
16 x 16
 
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Berry Fritz Posted Artwork 
3 months ago 
The Goldfinch Released by Berry Fritz
26 x 20
 
 

 
Berry Fritz Posted Artwork 
3 months ago 
The African Girl by Berry Fritz
Pencil 20 x 20
 
 

 
Berry Fritz Posted Artwork 
4 months ago 
The Visitor by Berry Fritz
Oil 16 x 20
 
House finches are newcomers to my bird table, so I had to celebrate by including one in a painting. I couldn't resist this male's blushy feathers.
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Sandra Murphy 4 months ago
Beautiful!
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Berry Fritz Posted Artwork 
4 months ago 
The Red Queen and Her Ladies by Berry Fritz
Oil 19 x 15
 
This beautiful amaryllis reigned over my TV room during Christmas. I dragooned a couple of red plants to complete the picture I had in mind.
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Sandra Murphy 4 months ago
Gorgeous!
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Berry Fritz Posted Artwork 
8 months ago 
The Big Build by Berry Fritz
Oil 20 x 20
 
What to do if you find a nest in an outbuilding? If at all possible LEAVE IT IN PEACE!
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Berry Fritz Posted Artwork 
8 months ago 
Three Pale Roses by Berry Fritz
Oil 11 x 14
 
An impromptu gift of roses led to this impromptu painting.
 

 
Berry Fritz Posted Artwork 
9 months ago 
A Life, Stilled by Berry Fritz
Oil 10 x 8
 
 

 
Berry Fritz Posted Artwork 
11 months ago 
Two Barn Swallows by Berry Fritz
Oil 12 x 12
 
I love the brilliant contrasting colors of barn swallows. And I love that they like to live close to people.
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Berry Fritz Posted Artwork 
13 months ago 
Mykonos Cat by Berry Fritz
Oil 14 x 11
 
This image is printed on high quality archival paper.
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Berry Fritz Posted Artwork 
14 months ago 
Feeding the Chickens by Berry Fritz
20 x 16
 
 

 
Berry Fritz Posted Artwork 
14 months ago 
Refectory Guests by Berry Fritz
Pencil 16 x 20
 
Animals on the table??? Yes, certainly during the Middle Ages, long before the discovery of germs.
 

 
Berry Fritz Posted Artwork 
14 months ago 
Friends From The Forest by Berry Fritz
16 x 20
 
 

 
Berry Fritz Posted Artwork 
14 months ago 
...And The Greatest Of These Is Charity by Berry Fritz
20 x 16
 
 

 
Berry Fritz Posted Artwork 
14 months ago 
Church Mouse by Berry Fritz
Pencil 20 x 16
 
 

 
Berry Fritz Posted Artwork 
14 months ago 
Sister Serpent by Berry Fritz
Pencil 13 x 17
 
This was the last drawing I did for this show. After all the fur and feathers and sweet saintliness I was looking for a counterpoint. Come forward Sister Serpent!
 

 
Berry Fritz Posted Artwork 
14 months ago 
Morning Pastoral by Berry Fritz
11 x 15
 
 

 
Berry Fritz Posted Artwork 
14 months ago 
Camel by Berry Fritz
Pencil 9 x 13
 
I love camels---haughty, elegant, tough, and the longest eyelashes! I just had to include one in this exhibition.
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Berry Fritz Posted Artwork 
14 months ago 
Cat in a Bowl of Yarn by Berry Fritz
Pencil 7.5 x 9.5
 
Tippy loved to curl up in the most unlikely places. This bowl of yarn was one of his favorites.
 

 
Berry Fritz Posted Artwork 
14 months ago 
A Nice Warm Place by Berry Fritz
Pencil 7.5 x 9.5
 
This little cat actually stayed in the crock pot long enough for me to get a good sketch and photograph of her. Thank you Selene.
 

 
Berry Fritz Posted Artwork 
14 months ago 
Whitetail in Winter by Berry Fritz
16 x 13
 
 

 



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Representation


Hughes Gallery
Boca Grande, Florida - 941-964-4273

Nuevo Santander Gallery
McAllen, Texas - 956 618 4959

P & C Art Galleries
Alexandria, VA - 703 698 9350

The Fredericksburg Good Art Company
Fredericksburg, Texas - (830) 997-1111


Recent Blog Posts

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Posted on 2/21/2011 2:26:31 PM

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A Quiet Corner of the Barn
Posted on 6/26/2009 6:56:42 PM


Biography
Berry Fritz is a British-born artist settled in Texas whose specialty is lushly rendered still lifes, portraits, and character studies in the classical tradition. She draws inspiration from the Netherlands artists of the 17th century as well as American artists of the late 19th century. Although largely self-taught, Berry has taken courses at the City of London School of Art, the University of Texas-Pan American, and a recent workshop with Carlo Russo. Her work has been accepted in juried shows nationwide, including Blossom: Art of Flowers, sponsored by the Susan K. Black Foundation, where she won Best of Show in 2011 . She has been awarded Signature Membership in Oil Painters of America, having been accepted into their annual national exhibitions for six consecutive years. She was also elected a Fellow of the American Artists' Professional League, headquartered in New York City. She has won Best of Show or First in Oils in many international, national and regional juried shows and has earned numerous secondary prizes and purchase awards. Berry Fritz lives in McAllen, Texas, where she is represented by the Nuevo Santander Gallery (www.nuevosantander.com). Her work is also available through The Good Art Company ( in Fredericksburg, Texas, P & C Art  in Alexandria, Virginia, and The Art Agency, McAllen, TX. Works by Berry Fritz are included in many private collections worldwide as well as public collections such as the International Museum of Art and Science in McAllen, the World Trade Center in New Orleans, The Susan K. Black Foundation, and the Bosque County Conservatory of Fine Art, Clifton, Texas.
 
Her drawings of animals will be featured in a solo show entitled "Birds, Beasts, And The Saint Who Loved Them" at the Upper Valley Art League in Mission, Texas in May of [...]

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