Contact info: www.chuckrenstrom.art
I am a Colorado native who started my working career at the age of 17. Just out of high school, landed landed a job at KLIR radio where I worked for eleven years as a staff announcer and at the same time attending Rockmont College and The University of Colorado, Denver. In 1978, I left broadcasting to open a photography studio where I specialized in weddings and portraiture. In 1986, I sold the photography business and started a desktop publishing business which grew to include color separations for printers and offering graphic design services. That business evolved into digital printing and then to fine art reproductions where I made giclée prints from over eight hundred of Colorado’s great artists. Now, in the beginning years of my retirement, I published a book about animal shapes I found in rock formations from all over Colorado. The book is titled “Do You See What I See?” I believe the images I discovered is evidence of Noah’s Flood. Currently, my time is spent painting some of the places and events that I have been blessed to see and visit with my wife Teresa, of 50 years. You can see my artwork at www.chuckrenstrom.art.
Acrylic & Ink / Mixed Media Art by Chuck Renstrom