Welcome to my Fine Art site!
Chad W Greene is an award winning artist living in the US. Chad specializes in both traditional and digital content/artwork (landscapes, abstract art, still life's and portraits).
Instagram -- I've been posting daily artwork to my Instagram account - digital
art, traditional art, sketches and more! So if you'd like to see what I'm up to on
a daily basis, check it out!
Well, with all of the 'social distancing' going on in the World - I was able to finally get around to framing some of my recent paintings! Then I decided to hang a few of them just to view my recent works together (and to fill up that big white wall with color!)
(Above) 'A storm (super cell) approaches' - Digital painting
(Above) 'Along the Sammamish River (Fall)' - Digital painting
(Above) 'Untitled landscape study' - Digital painting
(Above) 'Untitled still life #1' -- 8x10 oil on canvas panel
(Above) 'Sunflower study #2' -- 5x7 oil on canvas panel
(Above) 'Sunflowers' -- 8x10 oil on canvas panel
(Above) 'A study of reds' -- 8x10 oil on canvas panel
(Above) 'Along the Mebane River' -- 5x7 pastel on UArt paper
(Above) 'Grain silo with a view' -- 5x7 pastel on UArt paper
(Above) 'Montana trail #1' -- 5x7 pastel on UArt paper
(Above) 'Beckman's Lake' -- 9x12 oil on canvas
(Above) 'Winter.. in the Pacific Northwest' -- 8x10 oil on panel
(Above) 'The path around the three poplars' -- 9x12 oil on panel
(Above) 'Mt Rainier' -- 18x24 pastel (on gessoed canvas)
I had a lot of fun showing my artwork at the local Sammamish Farmer's Market this past Summer!
I'm very honored that one of my paintings was accepted into the Northwest Pastel Society's 33rd International Open Exhibition (juried event) - Exhibit online at AmericanArtCo.com
(Above) "The Mountain's Majesty" -- 18x24 pastel on gessoed canvas
(Above) My artwork 'Anguish' was used in the movie, "Relative Strangers" and I was even
cast in the movie to play the part of myself, the artist! Here I am with (L-R) Danny Devito,
Kathy Bates and Neve Campbell
My Artwork was featured in Plein Air Magazine.. click here to read the article/interview: