Artist: Beman IV, Milo
Size: 11" x 14"
Beman’s interest in art began as a young boy. His early drawings in pen and markers were mainly capturing the likeness of the characters he admired from television. As Beman grew, so did his mastery of the craft by combining varied artists’ tools and techniques. Today, he uses a variety of materials including pen and ink, colored pencils, pastels, markers, and charcoal when drawing. When painting, he enjoys working with pastels, oils, acrylics, and gouache.
Influenced by the work of some of the world’s most renowned impressionists, Beman cites Van Gogh, Cezanne and Toulouse-Lautrec among his favorite painters.Beman’s passion for the arts is contagious and his vantage point is unique. Diagnosed with autism at the age of three, he was carefully guided to cultivate his strong aptitude for the arts. With the guidance, coaching, and encouragement of his family, friends and mentors, Beman challenges himself to do his best by laboring over minute details to perfect his work.
Inspired by scenery, favorite vacation spots, old postcards, and photographs from magazines and newspapers, Beman loves to paint what he knows best. As he works to tell the many distinct stories of life through his own unique perspective, Beman continues to push his skills to the next level by exploring new opportunities and crafting.