Oil on canvas
18" x 18"
PAUL H. BEAULIEU
A graduate of the Swain School of Design, Paul furthered his studies at the Rhode Island School of Design and Italy’s Florence Academy of Art. He has won numerous awards for his work in wildlife sculpture at such prestigious events as the Ward Foundation World Competition.
Before retiring in 2011 Paul served as President and Creative Director for a leading New England design firm that he co-founded in 1969 in Boston, Massachusetts. In addition to private collections his oil paintings have been exhibited in, and won numerous awards at, venues such as Rhode Island’s Donovan Gallery; the Guild of Boston Artists’ Newbury Street Gallery; the Great Pond Art Gallery in Lakeville, Massachusetts; the Plymouth Guild’s Russell Gallery in Plymouth, Massachusetts; the Flagler County Art League in Palm Coast, Florida and the Salvo Gallery where he also teaches an art workshop.
Paul now lives with his wife Christine in the city of Palm Coast, Florida.
Original art also available in the form of limited edition giclée prints.
What are Fine Art Archival Giclée Prints?
A fine art archival giclée (pronounced zhee-clay) is a high-quality limited edition, individually printed reproduction of an original work. Typically printed on canvas each print is then signed and numbered by the artist. Giclée editions rarely exceed 50 pieces. Far more sensitive than traditional lithographic printing, output from the Giclée process can reproduce more than five million colors.