I found George Anderson unexpectedly in the town of Rockport, Massachusetts. Contemporary Art comes few and far between on the North Shores of Boston. Most of the work I see would evoke a viewer to say, “That would look great above my couch!”
I was elated to find an abstract painter whose work could stand alone and be grand and interesting even if it wasn’t hung above the prized couch.
Anderson’s works concentrates on the theme of Marine Life found on the rocky shores of Rockport. Scenes of fisherman and nautical landscapes are typical of his work.
Anderson may irritate the typical “Coach Painting” viewer by using saturated colors, blocky shapes, and abstracting the scale of images. However, the result of using modern applications creates an image that is remarkable and eye-catching.
I urge you to check-out George Anderson’s website. You will find exceptionally designed and executed works. Weather you’re in the market or just browsing being exposed to art will open your eyes. Try to explore galleries and museums in your town or on vacation. You never know what hidden treasures you might find.