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Stan spent years on the corporate ladder (or more correctly, in the corporate shark tank)before tiring of the mundane business world whereupon he made the leap into art in 1986. There he has pursued his lifelong passion, illustrating, particularly fantasy and science fiction. He has become a prominent and well-known figure in this genre, particularly in his native South. His work has won many awards and received much recognition, including major awards in national and international competitions. Along the way Stan has served as a founding member of the Dreamsmith Artist Guild - President of several artist and artisan cooperatives - Director of many art shows, including the ambitious undertakings presented at a series of World Science Fiction - World Fantasy - and World Horror Conventions. Over the years Stan has also taught art, and been a frequent guest and lecturer, including several seminars at the Hunter Museum of Art in…

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  • Born on September 28
  • Joined March 12, 2009

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Pen and ink, oils, acrylics, watercolors, prismacolors, scratchboard, airbrush, etc

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About

Stan spent years on the corporate ladder (or more correctly, in the corporate shark tank)before tiring of the mundane business world whereupon he made the leap into art in 1986. There he has pursued his lifelong passion, illustrating, particularly fantasy and science fiction. He has become a prominent and well-known figure in this genre, particularly in his native South. His work has won many awards and received much recognition, including major awards in national and international competitions. Along the way Stan has served as a founding member of the Dreamsmith Artist Guild - President of several artist and artisan cooperatives - Director of many art shows, including the ambitious undertakings presented at a series of World Science Fiction - World Fantasy - and World Horror Conventions. Over the years Stan has also taught art, and been a frequent guest and lecturer, including several seminars at the Hunter Museum of Art in Chattanooga.

Stan has illustrated thousands of stories, books, magazines, and countless commercial projects great and small.

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