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Glass Float and Beach Rocks by Nick Payne
A Congregation of Stones by Nick Payne
Shells of the Puget Sound by Nick Payne
Shells from the Sea of Galilee by Nick Payne
Three Feathers Floating by Nick Payne
Feathers and Leaves by Nick Payne
Color Personified - Red by Nick Payne
Color Personified - Orange by Nick Payne
Color Personified Yellow by Nick Payne
Color Personified - Green by Nick Payne
Color Personified - Blue by Nick Payne
Indigo by Nick Payne
The Color Violet by Nick Payne
Color Personified - White by Nick Payne
Gold by Nick Payne
Silver by Nick Payne
Lake Padden Series - Kathleen Keller Memorial Bench by Nick Payne
Lake Padden-Memorial Bench of Reg Bratz by Nick Payne
Lake Padden-Memorial Bench of Art and Stacia Christopher by Nick Payne
Lake Padden- Memorial Bench of Jerry Pressler by Nick Payne
Lake Padden - View from the Alex Johnston Memorial Bench by Nick Payne
Lake Padden-View from the Memorial Bench of Mildred Hottle and Jeffery Myers by Nick Payne
Lake Padden Series - Memorial Bench of Andrew Phillip Jones by Nick Payne
Lake Padden Series - Memorial Bench of Judy Winter by Nick Payne
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About Nick Payne
Nick Payne credits William Arthur Phillips, a gifted artist and teacher in Tacoma, WA, as an important early influence, developing his art, and inspiring a career in art and education.
After graduating from the University of Washington, Nick spent two years in Belfast, Northern Ireland working for a voluntary service organization. Returning to the USA, he taught in a rural public school in northeastern Washington. During this time, he married. His children were models for several paintings. After 20 years in the classroom, he moved to western Washington, where he served as a principal for 13 years in the Bellingham and Ferndale school districts.
Through most of his career in education, Nick's parallel career was his work as an artist. "I feel like I may be on the cusp of producing my best work because my spiritual practices and my art are better integrated." Paintings posted on this site span four decades.
Nick's original pastel paintings and high quality giclee reproductions are offered through Birdseye Art Studio at www.birdseyeartstudio.com. Contact him directly at firstname.lastname@example.org
For information about pastel, please link to the featured artist article at Artsy Shark http://bit.ly/1IlLR4J