|Duane Cash||Biography: American Artist Duane Cash received a B.A. in Creative Writing in 1994 from the University of New Mexico. He has always been interested in oil and acrylic painting since he was a very young child. His paintings now warm the homes of many people looking for a unique style to add an abstract flare to their modern homes. Duane Cash is an international self-representing artist whose vibrant landscape, botanical drawings, and seascape paintings have seen increases in value. Other subjects that have seen surges in popularity are his works dealing with folk / pop art, the metaphysical and religious, astronomy and science fiction as well as his expressionism minimalist paintings following in the tradition of the old masters. His limited edition cubist paintings with Italian titles bring new spirit to the realm of cubism, reminding one of the 19th century artist and impressionist paintings. Subjects also explored are the Native American, southwestern, and inspirational works.
Duane Cash has also worked as a Graphic Artist and Web Designer as has produced hundreds of creative logo designs for clients worldwide. His works and listed items have seen worldwide exposure in the United States, Great Britain, Ireland, Germany, Japan, Canada, Australia, Singapore, and Spain.
Duane Cash currently resides in Albuquerque, New Mexico, with his artistic wife, Phet, and his highly-creative 2-year-old son, Brandon. He is now offering his works to the ebay community for the first time and have been gaining rapid popularity with modern abstract art enthusiasts, auctioneers, and fine art collectors. Duane's subject matter often includes elements of spirituality, existence, cubism, landscapes, trees, space and religion, using oil or acrylics.
Duane Cash is also the inventor and builder of the Rubik's Triamese, Rubik's Fusion, Rubik's 5x3 Cube, and several other puzzles that make up the Duane Cash Cube Collection. Individual puzzles are now sold through Rubiks.com. Country: USA Birthyear: 1970 Media: acrylic, Works in acrylic, oil, and mixed media Style: cubistic, abstracts, impressionist, realistic, symbolic, mystical and others Subjects: landscapes and nature, Also still life, animals, cityscapes, light and color|