Flyer LieTom Manziano
Acrylic painting on Stretched canvas
Painting wraps around edges
Varnished and Ready to hang
Signed on front and back
24 " h x 24 " w x 1.5 " d |3 lbs. 0 oz.
"This imaginary scene evokes the feelings associated with playing the game as a child - fun, competition, freedom, responsibility and integrity," says Tom. "The little golfer may be wondering if he selected the proper club to successfully play from this 'flyer lie,' as they are a mysterious element of the game. Experience, which this little guy may lack, is an important part of making decisions on these shots." Part of Tom's ongoing series of childhood golf scenes.
Artist Tom Manziano transports us to delightful moments in Florida with his vivid coastal and golf inspired paintings. As a retired member of the Professional Golfers' Association, as well as a self-taught artist, Tom found a way to unite his passions with the goal of making people smile. "In my mid-forties, I decided to follow my passion for art and eagerly began pursuing a second career as an artist," explains Tom. "My paintings all share an emphasis on rich and vibrant color, fine brushwork, strong light and shadow." Tom enjoys listening to soft music, including Father John Misty, The Growlers and Arvo Part to inspire his creative process. In his free time, he golfs, plays guitar, writes and hikes, along with other health conscious activities. Tom regularly exhibits his artwork in Florida.