Artwork by Dwight Touchberry
This is a super close up crop of an actual beetle painting. Kinda looks tribal. Painted on a used surfboard.
The subject matter of this painting is of a 1952 Chevy Styleline designed and built by Jonathan Ward of ICON 4x4. It is a commissioned piece of art. The old surfboard is painted using spray paint, airbrush and brushed acrylic medium. Not for sale.
A Creative Mind
Dwight has been creating pieces of art from an early age and these days are no exception. He loves working with his hands to create one-of-a-kind pieces of artwork on a multitude of surfaces and with various mediums. From watercolor and acrylic on canvas to objects made with wood and other found materials including surfboards, he is always thinking about his next piece of art.
Dwight spent most of his youth in North Carolina. He went to East Carolina University, getting a BFA degree in Communication Arts and a minor in illustration and painting.
After college, Dwight moved to the Washington D.C. area for work at several advertising/marketing agencies. While there, he met his future wife Laurie. Dwight and his family with two grown children now reside in South Orange County, California where he continues to hone his skills as a designer and artist.
"What would life be if we had no courage to attempt anything?"
Vincent Van Gogh
For questions or comments about the artist, his artwork, or how to purchase a piece of artwork, please get in touch with Dwight Touchberry here. He is also open to requests for commissioned artwork.