When Albert Dreher began painting fine art, following a successful career as a commercial artist, he was looking for something different, something that would make his work unique.
He found it when he developed the “Oil Wash” technique. The simple thing to know about this style is that it allows him to create beautiful paintings that jump from the paper. His favorite subjects are Ancestral Pueblo (that is the politically correct name for “Anasazi”) ruins. His work is a combination of free-flowing paint and precise images.Read More