Artist Michael Budden
The Artist Says:
Trying to capture the effects of light on the world is what inspires me to paint no matter what the subject is. Enjoying the quality of paint on the surface of the painting is also an interest which really shows up when painting direct from observation.
"Dear Michael, Today we were able to take home "The Road To Centerbridge". We are absolutely thrilled and it looks awesome in our home. Thank you you so much for creating a masterpiece! With Best Regards, Doug and Wendy Kale."
"Hello Mike, Thank you so much for sending Wendy and me the American Art Review. How exciring to see "The Road To Centerbridge" in such a prestigious magazine...and rightly so! Move over Redfiled and Garber! I took a peak at the "Road To New Hope" on your web site. Wow! You've done it again. Is the painting available and if so what is the price? Do we have to wait to purchase at the show or can we do thie ahead of time? Thanks again, Mike. Wendy and I send our warmest wishes to your family for a wonderful holiday season. Best Regards, Doug."
Mike, thanks for delivering a great looking show. I was so thrilled to see the paintings that some even made me say "Wow" out loud as I unwrapped them."
Deborah Crow, CPF Proprietor
Canal Frame Craft Gallery
Washington Crossing PA
215 493- 3660
New Jersey artist Michael Budden is a painter whose subject matter includes wildlife, landscapes, seascapes and urban city scenes. Although most of his subject matter is found not far from his home in Chesterfield the artist has traveled to the Rocky Mountains to paint. Mr.Budden states, "We live in such a beautiful and varied country. We are lucky that we are easily mobile and can get out and experience nature first hand to find inspiration to feed our creative souls."His paintings are characterized by strong design, confident brushwork, and a superior quality of light. He paints both plein air and studio works and states," Although most of my work is done in the studio, nature is the best teacher and inspiration."Mr. Budden has won numerous awards throughout his career and a few highlights are the Salmagundi Club 2003 and 2004 "Arthur T Hill Memorial Award for A Landscape By An Artist Under 45", the "2006 White House Painted Easter Egg" representing New Jersey and met with the First Lady Mrs Bush at the White House exhibition. Recent success has garnered him major awards at the Salmagundi Club in New York City, the 2008 "Purchase Award" for the "Flatiron" and the 2009 and 2012 "Alden Bryan Memorial Award for Traditional Landscape in Oil" the Club's top award and the 2014 "Best of Show, Noble Nocturnes", the 2014 "Len G. Everett Memorial Award", Allied Artists, NYC, the 2014 "Helen G. Oehler Memorial Award,
American Artist Professional League, and the 2012 "Laumiester Award", Bennington Center for the Arts . To date in 2015 , Budden has won 8 awards including major shows like Audubon Artists, American Artists Professional league, and Allied Artists. His paintings are found in three museums that focus on wildlife art, the Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum in Wausau, WI, the Bennington Center for the Arts, Bennington, VT, and the Hiram Blauvelt Wildlife Museum , Oradell, NJ, many private [...]
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