About the artist:
A native of suburban Philadelphia, artist Lance Balderson now resides in Ocean View, New Jersey. Lance is a graduate of the Pennsylvania State University School of Architecture and has developed a style of painting that incorporates layers of color with overlapping shapes and forms that reference his previous architectural career. His more recent work is rooted in the basic forms of nature. Sensitive manipulation of brushwork on light filled canvases catapult the viewer into the inner visions of the creative mind. Simply handled, yet sophisticated in concept, the artist is able to use subtle color schemes combined with bold compositions to create a soothing yet dramatic image. Simplicity through color, forms and compositions characterizes most of his acrylic paintings. Education 1966 – Graduated School of Architecture at: Pennsylvania State University, University Park, Pa. - Bachelor of Architecture Registered architect in Pa. 1959 – 1961 – Studied Engineering at Wesley College, Dover, De. 1959 – Graduated Cheltenham High School, Elkins Park, Pa. Permanent Collections Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, Pa. promised gift of “Tryst”, offered by Gerry and Marguerite Lenfest Columbia University, School of Law, New York, NY 12 paintings, including “Deliberation” Curtis Institute of Music, Philadelphia, Pa.: “Three Part Harmony” Woodmere Art Museium, Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia, Pa. "Elusive Presence" Wesley College, Dover, DE "Aerial View" Mercersburg Academy, Mercersburg, Pa. 16 paintings Ocean City Art Center, Ocean City, NJ "Abbey Park" 1820 Rittenhouse Square, Philadelphia, Pa. "Triptych" Atlantic County Board of Chosen Freeholders, Northfield, NJ Tranzact Incorporated, Quarryville, Pa. Lenfest Group, Conshohocken, Pa. City Hall, Atlantic City, NJ City Hall, Ocean City, NJ Brook Lenfest-Lenfest Foundation, Philadelphia, Pa. Shop abstract art by Lance Balderson online.
A native of suburban Philadelphia, artist Lance Balderson now resides in Ocean View, New Jersey. Lance is a graduate of the Pennsylvania State University School of Architecture and has developed a style of painting that incorporates layers of color