2010 World Tulip Summit Gallery Features Alfred Currier
Mount Vernon, WA, USA – Alfred Currier, internationally renowned artist, dedicated a portion of the proceeds of his book, Alfred Currier Impasto, to migrant farm workers and is now donating a percentage of sales of selected paintings to the 2010 World Tulip Summit.
Alfred Currier is noted for his use of brilliant color and texture, as well as his focus on the figure such as the migrant farm worker. His vibrant impasto oil paintings often depict his travels as well as the Skagit Valley region where he lives. In 2005 Currier was the featured artist for Bulb Art Holland, an organization that represents the bulb industry in the Netherlands.
“The Skagit Valley is an artist’s paradise, rich with subtle hues of color. From the low land title flats to the up-river region, it offers some of the most diverse landscapes in the country coupled with a quality of life.” Currier, said.
The 2010 World Tulip Summit brings together delegates from some of the world’s leading tulip festivals and floral events to celebrate the special history of the tulip and its relationship with mankind over many centuries.
Alfred Currier Studio is located in Anacortes, WA and is on the Internet at www.alfredcurrier.com. Alfred Currier’s paintings of the Skagit Valley Tulip Festival are masterpieces which will be cherished for generations… as will his generosity.
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