Works of Art
November 2016 CVA Featured Artist Award
Ronald Lunn’s interest of the arts began as he would quietly sit, watch and learn painting from his uncle, Alan Ferris, Jr (marine painter) while he worked in his Cape Cod studio.
That exposure to the fine arts encouraged Ronald to draw and paint from the early age of seven. The chosen mediums used to create his works are oils, acrylics, pen and ink, and pencil.
With over 50 successful exhibits under his belt, he is considered a seasoned professional artist. He focuses on the emotional nature of art, aiming to depict the beauty of life through a combination of his subject matter, texture, and use of color. Ronald reflects on his life experiences of living at the sea and in the country. His images of the ocean, dilapidated barns, vivid mountains, fields and streams continue to be the primary subject of his artwork.
His artwork can be found in public and private art collections both in the United States and abroad, and has been seen in numerous exhibitions worldwide. Ronald’s works have won many awards, including Best of Show, first and second place finishes.
The art I create is something that doesn’t have a simple definition. My intention is to tell a story through my art and create memorable images that feed the viewer’s heart, soul and memories. I wish for that artwork to continue leaving a lasting impression on the viewer, to hopefully uplift or even inspire each viewer to experience those same emotions, pursue their own dreams and bring refreshment into their life.
My intention is to tell a story through my art and create memorable images that feed the viewer’s heart, soul and memories.