Micheal Young 1990 Signed Limited Edition Silkscreen Urban Golfer
Artist Name: Michael Young
Title: Urban Golfer: A Fantastic Journey into Michael Young's Artistic World.
This signed limited edition silkscreen, created in 1990 by artist Michael Young, invites viewers into a captivating environment of fantasy, romance, and humor. With a passion for art that ignited in his childhood, Young's formal art training began during his time at art school in Salina, Kansas. He then honed his skills in various architectural art studios, delving into portrait painting and eventually establishing his own studio where he created portraits, murals, and a diverse range of artworks.
In 1978, Young made a pivotal move to New York City, where he continued his artistic development at the renowned Art Student's League. This prestigious institution has nurtured many of America's great painters and sculptors. Simultaneously, Young worked as a studio artist for Red Rose Art and Andrew Kolb & Sons Gallery on Madison Avenue, further enriching his artistic experiences and expanding his creative horizons. A pivotal breakthrough came when Young received private instruction from Bill Weltman, a teacher renowned for his expertise in drawing and anatomy, which allowed Young to master the human figure.
"Urban Golfer" transports viewers into a mesmerizing world crafted by Michael Young's imagination. His artistry entices viewers to step into his vibrant and fantastical scenes, where reality and imagination intertwine. Through a blend of vivid colors, evocative storytelling, and meticulous attention to detail, Young's artwork captures the essence of his unique artistic vision.
Embark on a journey through Michael Young's artistic world, where each stroke of the brush reveals a tapestry of emotions and narratives. "Urban Golfer" beckons you to explore the realms of creativity, humor, and wonder that define Young's extraordinary artistic expression.
Medium Type: Serigraph, screenprint
Size-Width | Size-Height: 29.5'' x 29.5''
Signed | Edition Size: signed and numbered in pencil | 1/300
Unframed in Very Good Condition.