Carefully sculpted by hand, John Grandfield created the nude figure of a woman lying on her back. Her hands clasped around her legs; she peers to her side as if in deep thought. Her hair is draped on the floor above her head.
John Grandfield grew up in Montecito, California. The coastline’s stunning natural beauty became his muse — each piece of art inspired by the world around him.
Grandfield was mostly self-taught until he had several months of lessons with a local artist. When he was 13, Dorothy McKenzie taught him techniques that would influence his art.
Over the years, several artists, including Ray Strong and Maxfield Parrish, strongly influenced his artistic style. Although he dabbled in art as a young adult, it wasn’t until 1989 that he became a full-time artist.
Grandfield uses his art to encourage people to treasure and preserve their natural surroundings. His art has been a valued addition to many private collections around the world.
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