Born, raised, educated and living in Connecticut at present. Artistry and aesthetics have been a focus of my life for my entire career. As a practicing cosmetic and reconstructive dentist, I have learned how to use the smile as my canvas. Painting and art have become a true passion and one of my greatest pleasures. Most of my works use acrylic and epoxy resins applied to canvas, metal, wood, plexiglass or MDF. The bigger and more colorful the better. I have experienced much commercial success selling works at Galleries in Connecticut and New York City, local interior designers, my dental office (where 100% of proceeds are donated to local charities that help people as well as pets in need), my website (www.abstractartbyjohnfatse.com) and other websites. My works have been featured in Art World News, Westport Lifestyles Magazine. and scattered across the United States in private collections. Thank you for viewing my works and I appreciate any comments. I have only recently began to offer prints of my original works for sale. A great joy is knowing that my art has found homes and continue to provide pleasure to many.
Much of my work is commissioned. If there is a painting that interests you and it's not available, the size or color doesn't work, please contact me to commission a work in the design, color palette and media that would suit your taste. I can do single panel work up to 8" long and multi-panel work for larger scales.
My art business has been designated as a "Trusted Art Seller" with The Art Storefronts Organization, which means you can shop with confidence, and know that I stand behind the quality and value of my products.
So many artist's works have influenced my style(s). I voraciously study art and my craft to evolve my work which is ever diversifying. I believe art should be beautiful, engaging and inspirational to succeed. A good piece should draw you in and astound. A great piece of art will magnetically not allow you to look away. I hope my work does that for you!
All of my work is unique and original. The epoxy pieces are made by mixing mica, metal flake and pigments to a two part epoxy that is applied with brush, palette knife or other personally made tools to the substrate. This technique is much trickier to master than simply pouring resin over an acrylic or oil painting to wake it up. The result is a molten glass like fusion of colors that has depth, translucency, engaging color blends and unique patterns found only in epoxy art made in the above manner.
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