Chicago, IL, November 21, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- Chicago Impressionist painter Greg Allen Page recently announced that prints of his internationally renowned original oil paintings are now for sale at chicagoimpressionism.com.
Greg Page—renown reconstructive surgeon and cosmetic virtuoso—has completed over sixty original oil paintings and has been featured in international galleries. Since he developed his passion for art at a young age, Page has pursued his spiritual connection with art throughout his life and has now turned it into a second profession.
“I originally began painting as an outlet in which I could project different feelings and emotions on a blank canvas,” says Page. “My paintings are derived from spirituality, love and beautiful life experiences, combined with a raw and personal perspective of pop culture and aspects of life which are encountered daily.”
Selling his first original painting in October, Page has continued to devote his time to sharing his pieces of art with the world. Since he first emerged onto the art scene, he has featured invitations in galleries across the world, including Los Angeles, Scottsdale, Maui, Como, Italy and Chicago—where he is currently on display at Interior Effects.
Online art purchase is the fastest growing area of art sales; Christmas shoppers sip wine in the privacy of their home buying gifts for business associates and family members. Through chicagoimpressionism.com, art enthusiasts can view Page’s original art and have the chance to purchase the following types of prints:
· Canvas Prints
· Framed Prints
· Greeting Cards
· Post Cards
· Photo Paper Prints
“All of my prints come in high quality and are guaranteed to add ambiance to any room in your house,” says Page. “Each painting has been uniquely created to accentuate many different aspects—nature, the human body, science, sports, landscape and abstract.”
Greg Page offers a diverse variety of paintings to appeal to all art aficionados as well as anyone looking to simply liven up their décor. The affordable prints serve as both a thoughtful and one of a kind gift for the upcoming holidays.
To truly sum up how he views his work, Page states, “Oil painting is not photography. The soul of the painter is in the freedom of his hand and the brush.”