John Wiegand Art Collections
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Artwork by John Wiegand
Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.
Toasty Goodness by John Wiegand
West End Overlook by John Wiegand
Tropical Sunrise by John Wiegand
A Cardinal Christmas by John Wiegand
Pacific Peril by John Wiegand
Santas Helpers by John Wiegand
Best Gift Ever by John Wiegand
Kaufmann Clock by John Wiegand
Celebration by John Wiegand
Santa's Ultimate Gift by John Wiegand
Cookies for Banjo by John Wiegand
A Star Is Born by John Wiegand
Harbor Town by John Wiegand
Summertime Fun by John Wiegand
Cool Breeze by John Wiegand
Keeping Our Eyes On Him by John Wiegand
The Cathedral of Learning by John Wiegand
The Bunk by John Wiegand
Cookie Thief by John Wiegand
Falling Leaves by John Wiegand
Grampa Wiegand by John Wiegand
A New Beginning by John Wiegand
Duquesne Incline by John Wiegand
Dimension by John Wiegand
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About John Wiegand
I am a local, emerging, award-winning artist. My area of creativity is drawings that are meticulously detailed and full of rich color. I achieve this richness using colored pencils.
I was featured in an article last January in the Pittsburgh Tribune Review by Rex Rutkoski. In the Review, my artwork was referred to variously as His art makes me feel happy, peaceful and engaged in the images, His work with animals and people has an energy that brings the canvas to life and There is boldness in his simplicity that really appeals to me. I also got praise from veteran, award-winning illustrator and designer Fred Carlson of Monroeville. What makes Johns work unique and throws the viewer visual curve balls is his inventive use of various media. He also adds, His background elements speak quietly and stoically to the viewer.
People marvel when told I use colored pencils in my drawings. There are so many interesting ways to use color to tell a story and colored pencils allow me to shape that story broadly. Imagine seeing the world as I see it and envisioning what it would look like with some chartreuse or sunburst yellow thrown in to liven things up.
Mostly self-taught, I draw what I see and feel around me, putting objects in unexpected places and using unique colors. I may even change the perspective mid-way through, but the result is extraordinary, and you cant look away.
My purpose is to bring joy to a persons life by creating art that is vibrant in color and fun to look at. These drawings tell a story that goes beyond the canvas. Seeing yourself in that story draws you in, resonating with individual emotions and demanding attention.