After graduation from college with a major in Fine Arts and a minor in graphic design a decision was made to go into graphic design and continue eating regularly rather than be a fine artist accustomed to eating occasionally! When I retired I had a near thirty yearcareerin graphic design as a designer, four years employed, the remainder of those years spent as a free-lancer with the last ten of those owning my own firm.
Several years later, I returned to painting for the first time since graduating. Unlike my college exerience, I found it quite enjoyable, refreshing and rewarding.
At present I have been painting for less than a decade, unaligned with a gallery and it is the source of my enjoyment. Awards, credits, articles I have received can be furnished on request. If you like a piece of work, do you buy because you like it or the artist’s credentials? I believe you buy what you like and enjoy in your individual space. When I bought my first art, I wasso young and poor that I had to buy it on time and pay it out in monthly increments…………… and you could do that in those days!
Every painting is coated with at least three coats of UV protection varnish, plastic-coated wired for hanging and has bumpers on the back side to prevent wall scuffing, All you have to do is hang the piece. Fine Arts America has a money-back guarantee on your purchase; I personally assure you if you receive a painting/photograph you do not like or it is not what you expected and you would like to trade for another piece, you may trade for another of equal/greater expense. All that is requested of you is you pay for return postage. But, do not worry, I’m a pretty easy guy to get along with! By all means try one or more of my paintings/photographs to see.
Browse my portfolio to form your own opinion – since your opinion is the primary deciding element in the like or dislike of a painting. Once acquired any painting or piece of art is likely to be with you for a very long time!