Colorado Springs artist Steve Weed was raised under the dramatic skies of Oklahoma City, San Antonio, and the New Mexico mountains, and was influenced by their visual impact. By the age of 18 he knew he wanted to make his mark in life as an image maker; to permanently create and capture the unique beauty of any given moment in time. His dedication and skills were rewarded as a student when he won Young Talent in Oklahoma, then headed to Texas,
earning his B.F.A. in painting from The University of Texas at San Antonio.
A well respected artist, Steve’s subject matter and medium is not limited to any one genre or theme. A master in oils, watercolor and charcoal, Steve’s clientele list is comprised of art collectors from around the world. His distinct brush style and impeccable color palette capture the essence of aesthetic beauty in any
given moment, regardless of subject matter. Beauty is the universal language and Steve’s work communicates images and memories that relate easily with the experiences and emotion of the viewer.
Steve made his way into the Colorado history archives when he created the Ashes to Art project following the devastating 2012 Waldo Canyon Fire that wiped out his neighborhood, raising the funding for the permanent Waldo Canyon Fire memorial. Using the ashes left in his yard, he infused them into his paint and created a collection of 22 fire related pieces that were auctioned off to raise money for long term healing.
To view samples of Steve’s work and a list of galleries that represent him visit www.steveweed.com.