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Indianapolis based, Baltimore native, Jerome Webster Chambers is a gifted self-taught painter/photographer who creates art and photographs that please not only his psyche but also shares with family, friends and patrons, his perceptions of life and the abundant beauty that surrounds us all. Chambers favors subjects of haunting seascapes, serene images of landscapes and lasting impressions of figurative work in various media such as oil, pencil, chalk and the camera. Chambers also uses the
My work is composed of many life images. I would describe it as semi-realism and involves the forces of nature.
Pricing is available upon request.
Self-taught, some training received from Artist Bob Brown of Baltimore, Maryland. As well as Dr. Joan Gaither, art educator, at The Maryland Institute of Art in Baltimore Maryland
Hooiser Salon, Photo venture photography club
A Glimpse of African-American Artist Collective Gallery 2005 third place, Indiana Black Expo Cultural Arts Pavilion(artist market) First Place 2006, Midwest National Abstract Exhibition 2006 program cover winner, Flava FreshIII 2006 honorable mention. Flava FreshVI 2007, Best of Show, Flava FreshV 2008 Best of Show, Indianapolis Photo Society, 2008 First place experminal, Second
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