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My main training has been the “one on one” mentoring of Mr. Gene Mako, whose father, Barthalomew Mako was a 19th century style, Hungarian artist. Barthalomew Mako’s work can be found in private collections and in Hungarian musems. I am captivated by the style and elegance of the 19th century artists of America and Europe and actively pursue that style in my work. Painting golf course landscapes has been the major portion of my body of work and have done paintings of some of the most
I take a “representational,” 19th centuury approach to my work. I find that this style ecourages painting realism while conscirntiously avoiding “photo” realism. At the same time I attempt to follow the pathway set on by the Luminist school. Hopefully my work is more prosaic than a photo, but nonetheless, remains accurate to nature.
Original oil on canvass or oil on panel paintings vary in price by size. Examples:
18″ x 24″ ……………………………. $2500
24″ x 32″……………………………….$4500
36″ x 48’………………………………..$9000
“Artist enhanced” giclees
I personally “overpaint” a print on canvass. But do so such that the result is not a “touched up” print, but a unique painting in and of itself. Hence they are each different and numbered 1/1. All are also titled and signed.
Prints on Paper
18″ x 24″
24″ x 32″
36″ x 48″
Brentwood Art Academy, Los Angeles CA
Gene Mako Art Gallery
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