Today interview is with Courtney Formberg, a young artist born in Chicago and just moved to Hawaii, who creates his artworks using waste materials. Hope you like it!
- Can you tell us something about yourself? When did you discover your passion for Art?
I'm grew up in the Northwest Suburbs of Chicago and recently moved to Hawaii 10 months ago to start a life in the tropical weather to make art, surf, and study architecture in a graduate program at University of Hawaii at Manoa. I start the program in 2012 if the world doesn't end. Which it won't.
I discovered my passion for art when I saw what color could do and how well I could draw. When I was six years old, while painting with one of those little 10 color kids water color sets, I decided, "I'm going the be the best artist in the world!" I'm still working on that. I used to draw horses and copy them out of books. Looking back, I could draw a shaded quarter horse, rearing up in a 3-point perspective at age 6, - that's pretty good.
- How do you create your works?For further information see also http://courtneylfromberg.com/home.html.