Corporate ART by Commission
sculpture art, portraits for sale, reproductions and more...
Corporate Art Commissions - Fine Art Commissions
for an artist to commission for fine art for offices, homes
designers, or the corporate sector and private clients? Then Call 703-722-6012
Original artwork in various mediums
Wolf Neudorfer, retired after 30 years with the Department of Interior, is a lifelong artist living in Shenandoah County. He has been drawing and painting the local landscapes for over thirty years. He also does portraits, still-lives and works expressing concern with social issues and the environment.
Neudorfer works in oils, watercolors, pen-and-ink and pastel. His style is realism, but with a soft edge. His collection includes landscapes of Utah, Nevada, Colorado, Kansas, South Carolina and Maine. - more info
Creative interpretations and
original artwork by Joel Grant: oils,
Fine Sculpting - Etching Glass -
Granite Art - Marble Art - Wood Art
Fine Sculpting by John Fisher
John Fisher started drawing cartoon characters at the age of seven. As he grew older it became evident that he was gifted as an artist. In high school he became very interested in portrait and figure drawing. He tried sculpture in soap and wire as well as clay. It was apparent that John had extraordinary ability to reproduce the human form in exceptional detail.
Even though John was self taught, he sought advice from a portrait artist. With his assistance John was able to sell several of his works of art. John attended a class in portrait sculpture instructed by Charles Flickenger, an artist who taught at the Cocoran in Washington DC. By the end of the second session John was helping Charles teach the class.
We are looking forward to working with John Fisher and are happy to welcome him as a member of The Shenandoah Valley Music and Art Network.
John Fisher fine art call 540-335-8190
Artists that have extraordinary
ability to reproduce the
Gene was born in Washington, D.C., and
grew up in northern Virginia. "Throughout my early
years my family would 'head for the mountains' almost
every weekend from spring through fall. The mountains
were the Blue Ridge Mountains and they still retain the
same magic and beauty I felt and saw as a child.