Chris Norberg has delved in many art forms (mostly digital), but painting and drawing are his true loves. He’s available for commissions. Please give him a shout if you’d like to support this Maui artist through some tough times!
Medium: Oils, Acrylic (via airbrush and brush), Charcoal, Pen & Ink, Pencil, Scratchboard Etching, Bronze, Silver, and Computer Art.
Style: “I’m involved in too much to really understand what my style is. My goals are to focus on fewer disciplines and narrow my style down.”
“I’ve studied all the great masters of the last 400 years and draw inspiration from many. Lately, Pop artists have pulled my attention as well as the defiant, brillant work of Ron English and have a love/hate relationship with the ideas and work behind Jeff Koons. My wife is a huge inspiration too. Seems everything she touches is artistic.”
“Work hard, Play hard, Sleep hard. I feel blessed to be able to do what I love for a living and hope to be able to do more painting in the future.”
“I’ve been painting and drawing since a child. Art is my first love. Though I’m probably more skilled with drawing, sculpting and casting in bronze is something I’ve enjoyed the most. Technically, there’s not much that matches it. I also love airbrushing. Now my work is primarily done on the computer, though painting is coming back into the picture.”
Bachelors in Art at Cal State Long Beach, many art classes at many different institutions, and self taught on the computer.
Family, Traveling, Surfing, Eating, Painting and Drawing.
Location where Christopher’s work can be seen:
Chris Norberg is currently working as Project Manager for the Hawaii Web Group. His work is all over the internet.
Born and raised on Maui, I have a deep love for language and writing. At present, I work as a content writer at Hawaii Web Group, where I have the opportunity to showcase my passion for storytelling. Being a part of Hawaiian culture, storytelling holds a special place, and I am thrilled to be able to share the tales of the amazing people, beautiful locations, and fascinating customs that make Maui such an incredible place to call home.
Is the Donald Duck one available as a print?
Never really thought about it. I guess I’d have to look into legality of selling it (Disney, etc…)