The Endangered, Can Art Save Them?
An International Art Exhibition
(November 7 through January 8, 2021)
Many of my painting themes come from memories of wandering the beaches of Bandon, Oregon. Later staying at a cabin on the Rogue River left fond memories and visions. The art life of George McNair began when my Mom and I went to an art class in 1952 at the University of Washington. Later painting in Miss Fonken's class at Medford High in 1964 moved the painting dial forward. During this time, bipolar problems began to develop, and art became an escape and provided a feeling of value. In 1967, I became an architecture student at the University of Oregon and graduated in 1973. My work then became available for public display then and up to now. Architectural rendering was important. Ever since then rendering, sketching, and painting has been an important part of my life. Most of my work is from memories and imagination. My body of works is growing, and it's time to take it to market even though some pieces will be hard to part with.
My inspiration begins with wandering beautiful places that have developed on the planet. My purpose is to bring attention to the struggle creatures are having due to negative effects humans are bringing. Artist can bring attention and help heal the floating sphere we call Earth.
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