Michael Wayne fine art

Michael Wayne fine art


Michaels art is a celebration of life in an explosion of vibrant colors. He started at a young age experimenting with different mixed mediums in a naïve-realistic style, which led him to be influenced by a 20th century master named Marc Chagall . It was history from that moment on he knew what he wanted to do. He studied fine art as well as advertising and design in college and worked as an art restorer for many companies in Illinois. From there he became a Gallery Director selling art work from around the world while maintaining his painting, which was inspired by the artists that he met. He was later excepted into The Art institute Of Chicago, Illinois. By three professors of the fine arts department for his art and design as well as a detailed diary kept of all his subjects he studied, they were captivated bye his still life's on table tops in dark rooms with piercingly bright colored fruit that was so tantalizing to the taste buds of all that steered into his creative imagination.

Michael has also sold his sculptures and paintings for more than a decade. His clients enjoy his use of bright, vivid colors which create non discriminating images of people, still life's and landscapes. These pieces have touched their hearts in a unique, warm fashion.

Michael is always seeing his world evolving around him! He loves to share this with everyone that has an open mind. Follow him at his site to see him transform his original works to limited editions on linen signed and numbered by the artist, as well as embellished by hand. Each one will be original in their own way. When the embellishments are placed on the surface of the linen, they will all have a unique look that will not be duplicated on the next executed print. And as the availability of each print shrinks the price will increase. For further information please contact the artist at his website. Artists blog : I have recently donated six newly released mixed medium, framed paintings to a school in Chicago named Nathanhale. The new edition was built by the Welch family , for the housing of fine arts. This gives the children a chance to have the ability to express them selves as well as having a full understanding of the importance of culture and the history of art. Michael Wayne,

2011 Exhibits at .......Agora Art Gallery in Chelsea, New York

2011 Exhibits at .......Paul Henry"s Art Gallery Hammond, In

2010 Exhibits at.......Geneva Art Gallery Geneva,Il One Man Show Sold Out

2009 Exhibits at.......Naperville Illinois Artifacts Art Gallery One Man Show Sold Out