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John Haldane - Fine Artist

John Haldane

Asheville, NC - United States








John Haldane

Asheville, NC - United States

John Haldane - Fine Artist

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About John Haldane

Hello! I am a published professional artist living in Asheville, North Carolina. My artwork has been featured in fine art galleries in Arizona and North Carolina, and in calendars, books, and magazines. The magazines include The Scenic, the Laurel of Asheville, The Writers & Artists Quarterly, COSTCO Magazine, Wild WNC News, Camera in the Wild Magazine, and more. I have had articles published in several of the these magazines as well.

My art is unique; created using cameras, software, digital tools, and/or acrylic paints. Sometimes I start with a photograph; sometimes I start with an idea on the computer; sometimes I paint. My art always begins in my head. It evolves in response to music I hear, the weather, or good vibrations (or maybe something I ate). Each piece is unique.

I am a member of the Carolina Nature Photographers Association (CNPA). I have also joined the Friends of the WNC Nature Center, the North Carolina Arboretum, The Great Smoky Mountains Association (Lifetime Member), the Blue Ridge Parkway Foundation (with license plate), and others because I believe in buying from local people and supporting local causes. I have donated art to numerous local charities.

I have over 20 years of experience using Adobe Photoshop and have honed my photography skills with more than 40 years of film and digital camera work.

The Asheville Regional Airport Gallery has twice shown my artwork. Cheddar’s Restaurant in Asheville purchased 3 prints that are on display in their dining area. My piece, “Leaves in Ice” placed in a CNPA competition called “Abstract Appalachia.” I will have a 'Uniquely Asheville' art show at the Green Sage Westgate, Asheville, April 15, 2016 - July 14, 2016. I have received additional awards granted by various organizations and websites including CNPA.

I started painting in the 1980s and recently returned to this medium. I paint in my private studio on Bohemian Lane in East Asheville where I live with my wife, Black Bears, raccoon, opossum, squirrels, rabbits, deer, and many birds (including turkeys).

In addition to this site, my art is available at the Kress Emporium on Patton Avenue in downtown Asheville.

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