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THE PARK SIDE RESTRAUNT / Painting Acrylic / 14 X 18 / $550.00 USD


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Location: Bayshore L.I NY 
  United States
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Richard J. Finnell is a member of several Art Associations and has received awards for many of his paintings. Richard graduated from the High School of Industrial Arts and for four years after graduation he worked for Electrical Consulting firms as a draftsman and designer. For the next 35 years he worked for major electrical contracting firms and eventually became a project engineer. In his work he incorporated numerous isometric and perspectives in field shop drawings to give a clearer understanding of what he what he was trying to accomplish. Some of his major projects included Madison Square Garden, AT & T Office Building, New York Hospital CV Star Pavilion, the Brooklyn Navy Yard Generator Plant plus numerous commercial and industrial projects. He was also a proud member of Local Union #3 - I.B.E.W. Oil painting has always been his hobby. Since his retirement in June 1997 he has been able to indulge in this pastime and started working in acrylics. Richards's favorite subjects are landscapes and seascapes and when he's not painting he enjoys reading artbooks and watching television art programs. Richard and his wife Mary Anne have just celebrated their 45th wedding anniversary and enjoy gardening and spending time with there new dog Bonnie. Richard's other hobbies include fishing and listening to jazz cd's. Richard has won many ribbons and awards for his work,
Do you have a dream or a favorite place? Are you looking for a unique present for a friend or family member? I am now available to to do work on commission. Examples of past commissioned works can be found in my new gallery,"Commissioned Art Work". I will be happy to look at your photo of a place that you consider special and provide an estimate free of charge. On a nice day please visit me at the little park, known lovingly by the locals as "Spaghetti Park", which is located at the intersection of 108th Street and Corona Avenue in Corona Heights, Queens. I would be happy if you stopped by to chat and to view some of my latest originals and prints

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