Rudy Bostic

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My name is Rudy Bostic and I am a native Savannian I would like to welcome you to this Art Review. I hope everyone has a good time and enjoys himself.

Growing up like most children, I believe we all had our dream world. I loved "Cowboys and Indians," which became my introduction to drawing. As a boy I began drawing them, then I would cut them out and play.

I remember my mother saying how we all have a gift; I guess mine is drawing. It took to me, and I to it.

As I grew older, I lost interest in art until I reached high school. In my later years, I took a closer view of art and realized that few artists today capture the power and the glory of God the way the old masters did.

Trying to find a way, I studied their works. I love the design, colors and subjects of the Renaissance artists and the way Rembrandt uses dark and light. Inspired by their work, I try to express my love for God and the world.

It has been a pleasure to share my thoughts and ideas on art. I thank each and every one of you, from the bottom of my heart, for coming to my exhibit.

Thank to God for the gift ... to my mother for having faith in me. Also, thanks a million to everyone involved in helping me.

Drawing has become a part of my world.

--Rudolph Valentino Bostic