Fuller Fine Art
Seeking to capture the smallest fraction of life's song and the wonder therein.
Welcome to fullerfineart.com! There is nothing that can be so calming, pleasing or exciting as that perfect piece of art. They brighten you home, your office and even your day. We all know there are days and times when life is hard and this world can be so full of sorrow that can weigh us down. We also know that just catching a glimpse of beauty, of wonder, can bring joy to even the darkest of places. There's that perfect, achingly beautiful sunset at the end of a long day. The daintiest flower hidden among the greenery or bursting through in a concrete jungle. Glimpses of the joy and beauty we can find in life's song. Experience that wonder therein!
Live Painting Events
Have you ever wanted something unique, exciting and creative during your live fundraiser event? Contact me for details at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 587-297-3717
Want to add that perfect ambiance to your space? Or do you have an idea for the perfect gift, but don't know how to execute it? Let me work with you to make your vision become a reality.
Here are a couple examples. (photos used by permission)
Have a special event coming up? Want a unique, frameable keepsake to remember the special day? Give me a shout! I would love to work with you.
Birthday Signing Tree
Colours and tree type by request.
Materials, Colours and Tree Type by request.
Message or email me for details and pricing at 587-297-3717 or email@example.com
"About weirdness ... I think my exact words were 'your paintings CAPTURE the weirdness OF things.' That's to say, things ARE weird but we stop noticing this as adults, because if we saw how strange everything really was we'd be overwhelmed and in a constant state of wonder; we'd be going around singing hymns of praise all the time! So our vision becomes very narrow and we don't really 'see' what there is to see. Your paintings give the viewer the chance to see and remember how weird things actually are. That's what I'm trying to say." Kevin Hampson