Art is a way to express our experiences .... I was fortunate this past two months to meet award winning Artist, Steven Feldman, a retired attorney at a Surrealist Workshop. It was a great experience and a paradigm shift for most of us in the workshop to create and express a painting that is out of this world. Steve is also a scuba diver and enjoys painting sealife and seascapes and lucky for us, he lives close to the ocean and will share his techniques with us at various Plein Air Paint Outs.
I was fascinated to hear about the unusual looking sealife in various places in our oceans .. always looking for the perfect subject he is always looking for adventurous artists that would be interested in painting underwater scenes. Steve paints in Watercolor, Pastel and Oil ... he also has designed plein air pochades and other plein air tools for the serious artist.
He welcomes commissioned work - Please visit Steve at his personal website: StevenFeldman.net
Seascape Catalina View 20 x 24 Oil by Steven Feldman..SOLD..Commission a Painting
Papa Steve loves life drawing and seascapes He received two prizes and one honorable mention for his portraits and landscapes in the last two years. Call 949-461-0028, or go to www.stevenfeldman.net t...
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