Sunday, 29 April 2007
Ted Fusby Feature
When Ted Fusby found himself bored with his architecture career, he began taking courses in drawing and painting and spent increasing amounts of time making art in his spare time. He first tried making non-gay art which might interest galleries, but when that work was largely ignored, he moved on to using openly gay subject matter, to please himself, if no one else.
With some encouragement from the Tom of Finland Foundation, he began to find a gay audience, and with the advent of the internet, he was able to reach an audience all over the world.
Today he uses a combination of watercolor and colored pencil on paper to make all his artwork, and he deliberately keeps the size of his works small, to keep his prices within reach of many people.
You can view more of his work on his site
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