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Although DAB was often punished in grammar school for his refusal to stop coloring on the desks and walls, his talent was too strong for our education system to stifle. DAB WAS BORN TO PAINT! After formal studies at Georgia Southern, DAB became an apprentice to master drawer, B.J. Watkins.
Upon completion of his apprenticeship, DAB wanted to hone his skills and study the works of the great masters. This desire to reach perfection moved DAB to travel extensively throughout Europe. The Hermetic Cubism of Picasso and Braque captivated DAB's attention the most; and although not aesthetically pleasing, it remains in DAB's opinion the most innovative concept to date.
His intrigue with the fauvists' powerful use of color led DAB on a new adventure to study the rhythmic use of colors found in South America and the Caribbean. These days DAB can be found painting in the cobblestone streets of Charleston, where he will be happy to explain DABISM and show you his DABISTIC™ technique.
Giclee print on canvas of the original oil painting "Charleston: A View from the People's Buildin..
Giclee' print on canvas of original oil Painting "Sarcasm: Why paint distorted TRACED lines when ..
Giclee print on canvas of the original Oil Painting "Confederate Memorial To The Defenders of Cha..
Giclee' print on canvas of original Oil Painting "Charleston Harbour Pre-Sunrise Under a Winter's..
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