Ambient Fine Art

If you want to follow my painting activities, visit my Ambient Paintings site.

I also have a playlist for my YouTube channel just for videos of my paintings or me talking about art.  Visit:  https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLLXjSBGQSr3No2OgIgsfo_0YXu6d57lfC

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I’ve been painting fine art since the late 1980s and went to an art college in Kansas City for a couple of years in the early 90s, but then computers and technology took over and that became my day job.  I’ve continued to paint, but at a slower pace, and to help decorate the houses we’ve lived in.

Some people might call this style “non-objective art” or “abstract”, but I prefer to call it “ambient art” or “ambient fine art” or “ambient paintings”.  It’s made to create a mood or atmosphere, but in a relatively unobtrusive way.

In recent years I have worked mostly with squares.  In particular, smaller squares.  I consider it a kind of “modular art” that can be mixed and matched to create new visual groups rather than leaving artworks in the same place all the time.

As I said earlier, if you want to follow my painting activities, visit my Ambient Paintings site.