Randall Graham


Randall Graham's love of drawing and creating stories through works of art started at a very young age and hasn’t stopped yet. He studied at The Carlin Academy of Fine Art and University of Delaware. Bo Bartlett has also taught Randall and influenced his style. Randall is ambitious when it comes to his approach to painting. His work comes in a variety of channels including studio work, en plein air (outdoor painting) and his "en rain air" style. The "en rain air" style comes about from painting a scene from his mini van or window while it is raining. The rain drops on the window act as a means for abstraction. The juxtaposition of abstract and reality creates emotional paintings which have become very popular with Randall's collectors. Randall also loves to share his knowledge of painting through teaching. Helping others create is a truly gratifying experience. Randall teaches traditional painting fundamentals at Randall Graham Studio in Malvern, Wayne Art Center and Chester County Art Association. Gallery 222 in Malvern represents Randall and one can always find his available paintings there. Along with numerous awards; his work has been included in Winterthur Museum, Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, Edgar Allen Poe Museum, Longwood Gardens, Gallery 222, Church Street Gallery and TSKW Key West Gallery