Artist Steven Stroud was born in 1947 and raised in the Chicago area.
He served in the US Navy as a graphic artist and photographer.
Steven fell in love with New England after a visit to his
brother's prep school in the early 70's and moved there shortly after his
graduation from the Art Center College of Design
For the past twenty-four years he
wife, Nancy, have lived in Connecticut on the banks of the Housatonic River.
They have two children, Sarah and Michael.
Steven worked for many years as an illustrator and his paintings have graced the covers of books by Stephen King, Clive Cussler and John Sanford.
Steven Stroud was president of the society from 1997-1998.
Steven's oils reflect his
passion for landscape painting.
The dramatic sense of light and provocative compositions characterize Steven's paintings.
was greatly impressed with the Hudson River School
and tries to keep the essence alive in his
work can be found in major museums, including the Florence Griswald Museum
is also represented by galleries in Connecticut, Vermont, Illinois, and Utah and has had several highly successful one-man shows.
Newbury Fine Arts
is thrilled to exhibit Steven Stroud's