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Marty Coulter

Marty Coulter

Washington, MO

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Art has been my passion since the earliest days of my childhood. Since no classes were available in my small town, I did the best I could to study on my own. As high school graduation approached, and despite warnings from my counselor that I didn't have much chance, I sent my portfolio of car sketches to the Art Center School, and to my amazement was accepted. My dreams were about to become real.

The fast lane in Los Angeles was a total cultural and artistic awakening for this country boy. The astounding skills of the professors and students was at once both terrifying and exhilarating. I was totally absorbed in this wonderful learning experience. Sadly though, after completing just two semesters my dream was interrupted by the cold reality of financial hardship. I just couldn't afford to continue. So it was back home to a local college instead, where I hoped to work part-time and eventually return to Los Angeles.

Opportunity knocked once again when I was asked to paint an aerial view of the yet-to-be completed campus. This project became the school's orientation map for many years to follow. The success of this work helped me to get a summer job with an architectural illustrator who became my mentor and later my business partner. My direction had changed but the desire to create art only increased. Needless to say, I got my education on the job, and it was the best I could have hoped for.

With a firm foundation in art and business, and with many good years of practical experience, I now have made the transition from illustration to fine art. While I pursue portraiture and still dabble on occasion in car art, my focus has been primarily painting plein-air landscapes of my Missouri surroundings. In the past few years I've made substantial progress with representation in several local galleries and more than a few awards.

As I continue to work harder and set out goals to accomplish, the future only looks brighter each day as I realize the blessings of freedom and energy God has given me through the pursuit of art.

 

Fictitious Falls by Marty Coulter

 

Atsa Lotta Bull by Marty Coulter

 

Klondike Morning by Marty Coulter

 

Backyard Shed by Marty Coulter

 

Morning on the Farm by Marty Coulter

 

A Walk in Memorial Park by Marty Coulter

 

Hackberry Shade by Marty Coulter

 

Lakaner's Chickens by Marty Coulter

 

Campfire by Marty Coulter

 

Wilson's Pond by Marty Coulter

 

Swimmin' with the Kids by Marty Coulter

 

Grampa's Nap by Marty Coulter

 

My Boy Lucas by Marty Coulter

 

Temporary Thaw by Marty Coulter

 

Runoff by Marty Coulter

 

Snowy Creek by Marty Coulter

 

Wetlands Pond by Marty Coulter

 

Shaw Sunset by Marty Coulter

 

Frisella's Sunrise by Marty Coulter

 

Watching the Kids by Marty Coulter

 

Quiet Place by Marty Coulter

 

Klondike Cove by Marty Coulter

 

Augusta's Shore by Marty Coulter

 

Water Colors by Marty Coulter

 

Old Webster Groves by Marty Coulter

 

Snack Time by Marty Coulter

 

Red Canoe by Marty Coulter

 

Imo's Barn by Marty Coulter

 

Evening Glow by Marty Coulter

 

Levee Road by Marty Coulter

 

Down on the Farm by Marty Coulter

 

Biking in the Afternoon by Marty Coulter

 

Outstanding In a Field by Marty Coulter

 

Walking Hand In Hand by Marty Coulter

 

Reflections by Marty Coulter

 

Pete Fishing by Marty Coulter

 

First Strike by Marty Coulter

 

Femme Osage by Marty Coulter

 

Brown Porsche by Marty Coulter

 

Looking At You by Marty Coulter

 

1962 Ferrari 250 GTL by Marty Coulter

 

Curvy Dino by Marty Coulter

 

Classic Ferraris by Marty Coulter

 

Head Study by Marty Coulter

 

Head Study by Marty Coulter

 

Head Study by Marty Coulter

 

Head Study by Marty Coulter

 

Head Study by Marty Coulter