TribeLA Magazine Acrostic Interview.4
Advice: What is the best advice you’ve received? What is the best advice you can give?
I’ve never received any advice, I just went for it. My best advice is to do what you love whatever it is, and it will bring contentment.
Aura: How would you describe your energy, style, etc.?
Eclectic! It was once said of me that if I walk into a room of people, stayed 10 minutes and left, no one would forget me. I hope that is still true.
Room: Where in your home do you work? If not in your home, where do you feel most compelled to create?
I have a studio in my garden. That’s where I go to create. People passing by can see my work and comment. I appreciate and listen to the opinions that people have.
Tools: What do you prefer to work with, physically and otherwise?
There was a time I used many tools to achieve an end result; not anymore. My hands, Acrylic paint, and brushes are my tools. Using my own hands gives a more human touch to my work.
Automotive realistic painter sold his first original painting to the Chase Manhattan Bank of Zurich and soon after, private collectors began to commission him to paint portraits of their Bugattis, Duesenbergs, and Ferraris. Galleries invited him to exhibit in San Francisco, Santa Monica, Beverly Hills, and Carmel.
Get caught up on Harold Cleworth from earlier this week…