Malcolm Farley, American Realist
(1957 - )
Internationally acclaimed artist Malcolm Farley is renowned for his
visions of color and unique ability to capture "the moment, the action,
the spirit of the event." In his unique "action painting style", Malcolm
blends bold strokes and vibrant colors with the drama of some of the
world's most memorable moments.
Malcolm pauses, ponders and shrugs. "Everywhere I look I see these
fantastic, bright colors. It has been that way since I was a kid."
Malcolm started painting at the age of eight. Particularly fascinated with
the energetic drive and aura of athletes, Malcolm, an "all-everything
athlete" himself, grew up painting the world's greatest baseball, tennis,
football and hockey stars.
In his formative years, he traveled the world with his family, gaining
cultural perspectives while "putting in time" during his junior high years
at 9500 feet in Northern India and other global ports. As a scholarship
athlete, he learned to combine his athletics talents and passion as a jazz
saxophonist with art to obtain his Bachelor of Fine Arts from Metropolitan
State College in Denver. After receiving various collegiate awards,
Malcolm chose the path of commercial artist, becoming a connoisseur of
many styles. It was in this period that he experimented with numerous
mediums, arriving at his intoxicating palette and imagery.
His most recent successes include commissions by; The Sopranos, Major
League Baseball's 30 Most Memorable Moments, the NFL & Pepsi to release
800 million Superbowl commemorative cans, the U.S. Open, Mikhail
Gorbachev, All Star Games and the 2002 Olympics in Sydney.
Malcolm's zest for life and ability to live in the moment is what gives
him his passion to paint. "When I am 75, I will be painting every day. I
might finally be able to shoot my age." Referring to his golf score, "The
older I get, the better chance I have."
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