If you're an artist, what kind of art do you make?
Before earning his degree in Fine Art from Old Dominion University George Elsasser’s career began in 1977 and he shortly received numerous awards for his fine art photography in juried exhibitions in venues such as the Chrysler Museum of Art and New York University. Mr. Elsasser’s work has received six solo exhibitions and been included in eleven group shows. In 1997 his work was exhibited in a 20-Year Retrospective at the Hermitage Museum in Norfolk, Virginia.
My primary body of work has been smallish urban landscapes emphasizing abstract qualities of light and form.
Centre of the artworld:
nowhere and everywhere
"One of my primary interests is to create entries involving and centered on aesthetics. In my journey over the years I have studied and become interested in the work and insights of Joseph Campbell, Carl Jung and others......."
Hello friend and fellow American, thank you for your response. That painting disturbs me and has given me nightmares. However so many have given me positive feedback regarding how 'raw' it is. The process of wanting to make things is an amazing human gift. I see you have an appreciation for drawing. Lovely. I will follow your work. It's nice to meet you George.