Welcome to my Colourful World of Art
Artist Steve Good loves to paint new artworks with oils, mixed media and water colours, as well as constantly experimenting with new digital creative techniques.
Apart from reflections, water and light, his lifelong influences include the magnificent Claude Monet for his vision, Turner and Van Gough of course, plus Sir Ken Blake and Ken Howard. Then for digital work and pop art there is Hockney and Warhol plus the new rising star the American artist Jeffery Kroll for his abstracts and for being a lovely person too. "I cant believe he is often living with us here in the Cotswold's".
Steve Good studied art at Harrow School of Art during the mid 1960's and as his work becomes ever more sought after, and increases in value he is now, with a ever growing awareness of his impending mortality, suddenly getting ever more prolific with the production and experimentation of his visual artworks. Click here for PDF file "Putting my Art into Perspective " My Work and Influences as an Artist".
As well as attending Harrow Art School as an original "Harrovian Hippy" of the nineteen sixties, Steve has also enjoyed a lifetime of association with the world of performing arts. Even today he continues to involve himself in that world. Currently Steve is producing and presenting a Sunday morning Radio program which often features his poetry readings and short story readings.
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