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Rick Short

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20121012164130-hide_and_seek_copyright
Hide and Seek, 2011 Acrylics 20" X 30" © Copyright Rick Short, All Rights Reserved
20121012164255-sailing_the_ocean_blue
Sailing the ocean blue, 2006 Acrylics 22" X 32" © Copyright Rick Short, All Rights Reserved
20121012164433-in_the_garden_of_dreams
In the Garden of Dreams, 2011 Acrylics 16" X 20" © Copyright Rick Short, All Rights Reserved
20121012164603-another_day
The end of another day, 1992 Acrylics 20" X 30" © Copyright Rick Short, All Rights Reserved
20121012164751-the_greenslade_sea
The Greenslade Sea, 1982 Enamel 20" X 30" © Copyright Rick Short, All Rights Reserved
20121012163828-rick2008c
Quick Facts
Birthplace
Richmond, Virginia
Lives in
Orlando, Florida
Works in
All across the country
Schools
Virginia Commonwealth University, 1992, Marketing / Information Systems
Tags
Christian Art, seascapes, Marine Art, southwest art, digital 3d, pop, realism, landscape, surrealism, photography, digital
Seascape Artist Rick Short
Artist Statement

My Mission statement - "To create Art that moves, amuses, entertains and captures a moment in time for the audience to enjoy forever"

Influences & Favorites

Norman Rockwell, Andrew Wyeth and many of the digital artists making dreams a reality today in Hollywood and the digital art publishing world.

 

bio

I started drawing when I was 9 years old and started painting when I  was 13. I have shown my paintings and photography in galleries in  Richmond, Virginia and across the state of Florida from St. Augustine to Fort Lauderdale.

I work mostly in Acrylic paint but have also used Oils, enamel, watercolor, colored pencils, 35MM Photography and am learling 3D digital art as well. I have worked as a Software Engineer most of my career doing artwork as a side but with the changes in the economy have decided to shift my focus as a Technical Artist / Illustrator and Instructional Designer building online courses for students and creating digital artwork. My Passion is painting but with the digital tools available, I find that I can sit at a canvas and at the computer and feel comfortable in both environments.

on the nightstand

My Bible, Southwest Art Magazine, Digital art books.