A graduate of Parson’s School of Design in New York City, I am known as a professional artist in the Pacific NW for my paintings of urban landmarks, primarily bridges. My influences have been Edward Hopper’s urban landscape paintings of New England, Charles Sheeler, who is known for his Precisionist paintings, and Antonio Masi for his depictions of New York City bridges. My technique mimics the old masters, shifting the style to a contemporary ambience through careful and expressive brushstrokes. It is fascinating how this technique brings out some kind of peculiar magic that I need to experience again and again…. Two years ago, I was staying at the Oregon coast and a little each day I would walk barefoot at the beach, “earthing” to aid recovery from covid, and I soon discovered the need to create urban landscapes of Conde McCullough’s Oregon Coast bridges.
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