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James David Lōser

Presented by Bay Arts Alliance at Panama City Center for the ARTS, Panama City FL

Oct 28 2016
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Dec 10 2016
James David Lōser

Main Gallery Exhibit

James David Lōser was born in 1954 in Clarksburg, WV and currently lives in Atlanta, GA. He received his undergraduate degree in the arts from West Liberty University in West Liberty, WV. It was there that he fell in love with painting, especially the works of Matisse and the Fauves and their heirs, the Abstract Expressionists.

 

The artist received his Master of Fine Arts degree from Florida State University where he studied with the British painter Trevor Bell and American printmaker William Walmsley among other fine teachers and guest artists. He has been an adjunct instructor at Florida State and a Professor of Graphic Design at the Savannah College of Art & Design. Jim has also worked as a creative director for over twenty-five years.

 

Lōser currently works in a variety of mediums including drawing in pencil, pastel, pen and ink and painting in acrylic, often with collage and mixed media on canvas, wooden panel or paper. These are abstract works primarily influenced by the natural world and much informed by a sense of place and time. With his expressive use of color and his free and imaginative use of perspective he defines a world familiar yet unlike any other.

 

Jim has exhibited his work in London, New York and the Southeast United States. His work is in several permanent collections and numerous private collections.

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Panama City Center for the ARTS

19 East 4th St, Panama City, FL 32401

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