I established Jill Marino & Associates (JMA) in 1998, after working as creative director for top marketing
and advertising firms in the Connecticut area.
JMA produces creative in the fields of promotional advertising, both consumer and trade advertising, direct mail, corporate identity development, packaging, trade show booth design, graphics, and the list goes on.
Jill Marino Art, is me pursuing my first love, creating original art.
I went to art school because of my love of drawing, although I graduated with a degree in graphic communications, my passion to create art never left. In 2019 I created Jill Marino Art.
I consider myself an impressionist artist, my focus is creating original art that motivates joy.
JMA is an agency for all your creative challenges. Our focus is to understand your business, your product, your strengths, your weakness and your target audience. In turn, create fresh ideas that are strategic, effective, and to deliver them in the most efficient manner.
Jill Marino is a professional with experience in all phases of creative development. From initial concept through print and / or electronic production.
Prior to establishing Jill Marino & Associates in 1998, Jill was the Senior Vice President Creative Director of the Agency at Marketing Corporation of America. Responsible for the complete creative process from concept to production. Having worked with both small companies as well as Fortune 500 companies, Jill is an experienced creative leader.
With focused energy on a few key clients, we can offer our client partners the freshest ideas, highest quality strategic creative, with undivided attention. I strive to make every client feel like they are my only client.
I have been an artist my whole life, I was born with a pencil in my hand.
I consider myself an impressionist artist, not confined to one particular medium. I enjoy experimenting with mixed mediums.
My art uses bold colors and large focal points within the paintings. I am inspired by nature, animals, people around me, and beautiful scenery.
A hawk in flight. Acrylic on wrapped canvas. Beautiful blues of the summer sky. 48" x 24"
Upon a verbal discussion of a design project, JMA will provide the client with a detailed estimate of the project. Upon client’s estimate authorization and approval, the following payment schedule will occur:
All invoices are payable upon receipt. A 1.5% monthly service charge is payable on all overdue balances. The grant of any license or right of copyright is conditioned on receipt of full payment. Default in payment: The client shall assume responsibility for all collection of legal fees necessitated by default in payment.
Note: All design, layout and mechanical are the property of Jill Marino & Associates until final payment is received.
I am a contemporary impressionist artist; I am not a realism painter. Please keep this mind when choosing me. All my work has been created with professional and wherever possible archival materials and methods. With the right care, paintings will last for generations to come. I sign all my work on the front of the painting. Canvas are also signed on the back and dated, and I indicate the medium that was used. When you commission an original painting/art from Jill Marino the following process will occur:
Note: All art is the property of Jill Marino until final payment.
If for some reason you are not satisfied at the time of the photo of the final painting, and I am not able accommodate any adjustments to your satisfaction the process will end, Jill Marino will keep the final painting and you will owe no additional money.
For all pastel and watercolor paintings done on paper, will be shipped matted on white and backed with archival quality materials. Oil and Acrylic paintings done on wrapped canvas or wood panel will be shipped as is, unless other wised discussed.
Please let me know as soon as possible if you receive a damaged parcel or painting. If the parcel arrives and the packaging appears to be badly damaged then please make some form of documentation on the delivery note, before opening the packaging. If possible, try to open the damaged packaging in the presence of the carrier. If you are unable to, then sign for the goods as "Damaged package, uninspected goods", so that in the event of a claim against the carrier, both parties are aware where the responsibility lies. Please contact me in the event of any damage so that we can sort this as soon as possible.