Camulos Ranch by Wayne Weberbauer, Oil and Acrylic on Canvas
24 x 36
Oil and Acrylic on Canvas
Born and raised in New Jersey on April 2nd, 1951.
After high school, Wayne went to Newark School of Fine Art.
Upon graduating, he moved to Carmel Ca. where he enrolled
in painting classes, furthering his education, and showing in many local galleries.
"One can always learn more and become better with their skill."
Carmel had many galleries and Wayne showed in many over the years of the 70's and 80's!
Wayne's a believer in continuing one's education always.
Really there is no end in how much one can learn.
Concentrating on landscapes sea, and wildlife, Wayne ended up
on Rodeo Drive in the Simic and National Heritage Galleries.
Soon after, it was the Lassen Gallery at Caesars Palace, and the Wyland Gallery also in Las Vegas.
Wayne has always pursued his creative desires and artistic endeavors to create more compelling and desired pieces of art.
He has always had the urge to please his clients with works that they just had to have!
With works they could not resist!
"When you can do that, your successful as an artist."
The romantic work of the Ca. landscapes and wildlife has always continued, but in addition,
the abstract work has always continued to surface over the years.
"Abstract, Modern Art gives artists a chance to cut loose and be free to create in whatever
direction they would like to take it. "However good work is always based on good solid skills!'
"Art is here to up lift us all and to take us to places we could not otherwise go, so the artist has a big job to do in an embattled world." I hope I can continue up lifting others as I move through this gifted life of being an Artist!