Art of Golf is the on-line resource for Golf Art and Golf Photography
Art of Golf launched in October 2008 as the first non-commercial resource for Golf Art on the web.
Art of Golf is dedicated to promoting golf art and the artists who specialize in the game of golf. Art of Golf is a central golf art repository, providing a convenient way to research different styles and mediums of various golf artists, making it easier for buyers and sellers of golf artwork to connect.
Art of Golf showcases all forms of golf art, including golf oil paintings, golf water colors, golf pen and inks, golf illustrations, golf comics, golf cartoons, golf sculptures, golf photography and even golf art shoes and golf art bags.
If you would like your golf artwork included in our internet Golf Art Gallery, please let us know email@example.com.
|The images I create are as close to the heart as it comes. Golf course photography is in my blood and images of beautiful grassy masterpieces wander through my mind incessantly. With much time and patience I have developed a unique talent for capturing alluring golf scenes with my camera eye. Golf courses are a mysterious puzzle to me, not only in the game, but through the lens. Each course is a challenge, and every hole brings new joy for me to capture a moment in time. As a passionate golf course photographer I go to great lengths to capture the most provocative images as possible, continuously neglect sleep and to search out a perfect photograph.|
|Golf Art by Dutch painting artist Suzan Wolters - Paintings in acrylic on canvas and also available as Fine Art Giclees on canvas in a very exclusive edition of only 20 pieces worldwide.|
|New York Artist Mimi Stuart is known for her signature style E O S with its bold lines and colors that focuses on the Energy Of the Subject. She particularly delights in capturing the movement of sportlers and the rhythms of music on her canvas. Her golf paintings have been inspired by Tiger Woods, Sergio Garcia, Paula Creamer, Jim Furyk, Lee Elder, Vijay Singh, Phil Mickelson, Ben Hogan, Ernie Els and others and have been shown at the Golf Extravaganza, the HEF Annual Golf tournaments and other golfing events.|
Gary R. Nichols
|I have a fine arts degree from Washington University in St. Louis. I majored in graphic design with an emphasis on illustration. I started working in watercolors in the mid-seventies and exhibited in a gallery in Decatur, Illinois until I moved to St. Louis in 1985. After an interruption to concentrate on my graphic design career, I resumed my painting in 2005 combining my passion for painting with my love for golf. I'm a member of the Missouri Watercolor Society. I exhibit my work in select galleries and juried art fairs.|
|I love golf. In fact, It's an obsession as many a golfer will agree. I just spent 2006-07 as a new member of Bucknell Golf Club in Lewisburg, PA, and found myself so amazed at the beautiful surroundings, I decided to paint a few scenes to see how they'd go over. The response has been very positive so I started painting other courses winter. |
I specialize in commissioned work and would love to paint your golf course. Please contact me to learn more about my services.
James D. Altenstadter
|Jim Altenstadter's original acrylic GolfScape paintings are expressive visual impressions of golf courses imagined and remembered.|
|Welcome to Roche Sculpture.com, your place for quality, handcrafted sculptures. These fine pieces-made of pewter, bronze, and quality metals-make ideal gifts, awards, or decorative accents for your home and office. |
Born and raised in the Midwest. Michael Roche graduated from Elmira College in New York with a degree in Art Education and later studied at the Ontario College of Art. For over twenty-five years he has worked as a commercial sculptor creating fine art pieces for such notable clients as Warner Brothers, MGM, 7-up, Pillsbury and Enesco. For Michael, creating a successful series involves intense research. His unique sensitivity for detail, accuracy and motif has earned him world-wide recognition.
|"David Skolsky transforms old, worn golf bags into art conversational pieces. His commissioned golf bag artwork reflects the custom colors and personalized theme of his clients as he brings a new life to your trusted old club carrier to stand proudly in an office, den, family room, etc."|
|Eric has been taking photographs of golf courses since 1993. He has provided the hole by hole collection of pictures for every Open Championship venue since 1995. A selection of his clients include The E.G.U, The U.S.G.A. many of the world's top golf magazines, book publishers, and several golf course architects. His library extends to many thousands of pictures, a comprehensive list of what courses are on file can be found on the COURSES page. We pride ourselves on the quality assistance that we give to picture researchers, as our knowledge of the courses of Great Britain and Ireland, is extensive.|
|Until recently, Mark has donated his art for charitable fundraising efforts, for example allocating 100-percent of the proceeds to the Dallas Maverick’s Foundation. As a man with a strong sense of social responsibility, he acknowledges that a community is only as strong as its weakest link. Mark affiliates with charities that assist young people through stressing education, good health and skills necessary for their future success. |
Painting to him has never been the promotion and sale of an endless string of carbon copies but rather he strives for a unique expression for each piece painted in various styles and techniques. He believes his work is recognized by the perspective and energy that underlies each work as opposed to a style convention.