Saturday, May 14, 2011

Jerry Messman

Name: Jerry Messman PSA
Bio: Architect Jerry Messman was born in 1948, in Woodstock, Illinois and attended both the University of Illinois and the University of Michigan. Graduated with a degree in architecture, and has been a practicing architect since 1978. In the mid 1990’s, he did the “House of the Future” design for Newsweek magazine which was later built for the television show HOMETIME. He also designed the ABOD, a low cost housing system built for South Africa as slum replacement housing.
Jerry has received numerous awards for his pastels, including the Best In Show at the All Island Art show on Martha's Vineyard in 2005. His work was featured in the April, 2010 issue of the Pastel Journal. He is a signature member of the American Pastel Society.
Medium: Pastel, acrylic.
Subjects: Landscape, seascape.
Style: Representational.
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Gallery: Artwork 1; Artwork 2
Image View: Thumbnails only, that do not enlarge. There is no information on dimension of original.
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