"New Mexican Caballero" 48x36 oil on canvas
Contact: Dennis Ziemienski- firstname.lastname@example.org
Dennis Ziemienski, a native San Franciscan, graduated cum laude from the California College of Arts and Crafts.
He is an internationally known painter, illustrator and designer. His paintings
have been in numerous one man and group exhibitions and have
won many awards.
Dennis has taught at the California College of Arts and Crafts
and the Academy of Art in San Francisco. He has had studios
in California and New York. Traveling to Europe frequently,
Dennis has acquired an affinity for the architecture, lifestyle
and light of the Mediterranean.
His strong and richly colored images borrow much of their inspiration from early 20th century paintings and posters.
Churchill Downs selected Dennis as the Official Artist of the 2006 Kentucky Derby. www.derbyartgifts.com
Currently, Dennis is working on gallery shows, commissioned paintings, and murals.
Dennis often works by commission. Contact Dennis directly to discuss
the details (ideas, content, pricing, payment, etc) of commissioned paintings,
murals and posters.
Wolf Run, Glen Ellen,
Studio - 707.479.6425
**Many of the pieces in this portfolio are available both as originals and prints. Others, though they may not be available, are also presented at the artist's discretion. These "unavailable" works serve as examples of "commissioned" work available from the artist.
1972 California College of Arts and Crafts, Oakland, CA BFA
TEACHING AND LECTURES
2004-present: University of Hartford-guest lecturer
1998-2003 Sonoma Community Center, Sonoma, CA, painting & composition
1998-2004 Syracuse University, NY, guest lecturer
1988-1990 Academy of Art College, San Francisco, CA, painting & illustration
1977-1980 California College of Arts and Crafts, Oakland, CA, illustration & design
1975-1977 Foothill College, Los Altos, CA, composition & design
California Art Club - Artist Member, since 2003
New York Society of Illustrators - Artist Member, since 1982
Oil Painters of America 2005
Mark Sublette Medicine Man Gallery, Tucson, AZ
Altamira Fine Art, Jackson, Wyoming and Scottsdale, Arizona
Blue Rain Gallery, Santa Fe, New Mexico