Close up View of one of the subjects of the painting "Little Black Dresses."
This view is available in prints only and can be purchased at $250.00 for a 24x36" or $100.00 for a 11X17". This close up give you a dynamic vie of the texture and applications of colors that make up the brilliance of the paintings. Sure to be a sprak of converstaion. The original work "Little Black Dresses is a 24x36 oil on canvass and vailable for $1200.00.
SUMMARYAs an artist, I utilize my knowledge, experience, and training as a professional artist to produce top quality works of art. Art is my passion. A great deal of effort and creativity has gone into the development of my skills. I sincerely hope you enjoy the experience.WORK HISTORY2001-Current 2001 Senior Olympics Professional Art Competition,Painting/oil on canvass, Dream Girl won first place and the Gold Medal. Since, I have created 5 additional dream girl paintings as a part of a series called Step Into My Dreams The lead painting an abstract mixed media with the title Step Into My Dreams was sold to Mrs. Terry Lynn Arscott as a 10th Wedding Anniversary gift for her husband, Peter Arscott for the price of $1,000.00. 1999-2001 Owner/Operator of The Wilson Gallery in Works from Russia, local artists, Japan, China, Africa, the United Kingdom, United States, Italy and Canada. 1998-2001 Owner Operator of Art Inventions EnterpriseStarted a corporation in 1998 to promote and sell my art work and inventions. Opened The Wilson Gallery as a natural progression in 1999. 1975-1976 Missouri Western State UniversityMajored in Education with a distinction in Art/Art History & Architectural Engineering and Design. Attended Mo. Western State College my senior year in 1975 completing course work for BS in Education. Studies included jewelry making, advanced painting, advanced sculpture, print making, advance ceramics, along with advanced levels of business & psychology course work. Honors: First Place academic Sculpture (Female Nude: Media; Auto body polymer) and Abstract Art (Paintings Charge media; oil on Masonite board). This work adorned the head football coachs office for 13 years until it was returned to me during an alumni football game in 1988. Sold works Juice on the Loose $900.00 to Mr. Ken Hawk, Vice President of Student Affairs. Sold work Angela-Nubian Princes $900.00 to Mrs. Myra Hopkins, US History Professor at Lincoln University, Jefferson City, Mo.1973-1975University of Missouri-ColumbiaMajored in Education with a distinction in Art/Art History & Architectural Engineering and Design. Attended University of Missouri on an athletic scholarship in football. Studies included intermediate painting, intermediate sculpture, beginning print making, intermediate drawing, advanced figure drawing, building and structural design, architectural drafting, history of architecture, along with 2-300 level education, business & psychology course work. Sold works Nubian Christ $700.00, Birds of Paradise $500.001972-1973 Meramec Community CollegeAttended Meramec Community College. Courses Art/Art History, Art Appreciation & Architectural Engineering/Design. First place in Student Art Exhibit for Painting Three Arabian Prince Sold paintings for $500.00. Sold painting Eyes for You $200.00 to Mrs. Patricia Scott, Wilson, my sister. Sold painting Hands of Deliverance for $800.00 to same couple that purchased Three Arabian Prince. Also, did commission trip tic painting for this customer Africa Safari sold for $1200.00. Completed special assignment in City Planning, Mapped City Blocks Layout of the City of St. Louis 10 year Reconstruction plan from 1972-1982.1966-1970OFallon Technical High/Vashon High High School curriculum included Commercial Art, the history of Architecture, and drafting/design and college prep course outline. Designed/produced Pamphlet for the Gateway to the West for St. Louis Regional Commerce and Growth Association. In 1969 received the St. Louis Missouri Scholastic Art Award Certificate of Merit Presented by Famouse-Barr Company acknowledging my Art entry being selected to the Eastern Regional competition and then on to the The National High School Art Exhibition.1961-1966Ben Franklin Elementary SchoolFrom 1961-1966 I did design, layout and implemented all stage decorations for the annual school spring festivals and Christmas Plays. Designed and implemented all seasonal and special events bulletin boards. Won first place in The Eastern Regional Christmas Card Art competition, presented by Famous-Barr Company and exhibited and the St. Louis Public Library. My entry, a colorful, 24x36 block print of Christmas Bells hanging from ribbons has since been used in numerous Christmas advertisements for Famous-Barr retail stores. In 1965 and 1966 I won first place in the Mid West Science Fair presented at Washington University in St. Louis. Received Most Creative Student award along with 12 other awards and academic achievements in 1966 which distinguished me as the most awarded student in the history of Ben Franklin Elementary School. EDUCATIONStudy course work in Education, Art/Art History & Architectural Engineering and Design, Mo.Western State College, University of Missouri-Columbia & Meramec Community College, 1976Study course work in Psychology and Business Communications, St. Louis University and University of Missouri-St. Louis, 1995Bachelor of Science - Business Administration Degree, Almeda University, 2002Masters of Business Administration with a Management Distinction, Almeda University, 2002