October 22nd, 2011
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As an artist-activist Brad combines his passion for making art with his concerns for our environment. His paintings have won acclaim from environmentalists and art lovers alike. Today his work is exhibited nationally in both solo and juried group shows. Currently represented by galleries in Pennsylvania, Utah, Colorado, New Mexico, Ohio, New Hampshire, South Carolina and North Carolina, Brad’s original paintings and giclees are also included in over 100 private and corporate collections.
During his 34 years spent as an art educator he received several honors through “Who’s Who of American Teachers” and the 1990 national ‘art teacher as artist’ award from the Marie Walsh Sharpe Art Foundation. He belongs to several professional organizations, one of which includes the Colored Pencil Society of America where he achieved Signature Status. Stroman grew up in south-central PA but resides today in Black Mountain, NC with his wife, cat and two rescued dogs. His painting studio is located in the River Arts District in Asheville, NC. The district is a collection of old converted warehouses and is home to over 150 artists and craftsmen.