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Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.
Sunday Morning Newspaper by Mark SanSouci
Cunningham by Mark SanSouci
Blue Primrose Evening by Mark SanSouci
Sailboats Jensen Beach by Mark SanSouci
Couple Posing in the Ocean by Mark SanSouci
A Jensen Beach Early Morning by Mark SanSouci
School of Fishies by Mark SanSouci
Sea Turtle by Mark SanSouci
Round the Bend by Mark SanSouci
Marys Daisies by Mark SanSouci
Catya in the Pool by Mark SanSouci
Boy Running with Dog Past Colorful Barn by Mark SanSouci
Ladies in Waiting by Mark SanSouci
The Purge by Mark SanSouci
The Impatient One by Mark SanSouci
Woman with Cat on Lap by Mark SanSouci
Veterans Memorial Park Vero Beach by Mark SanSouci
Sailboats Fort Pierce by Mark SanSouci
Something Sexy About the Rain by Mark SanSouci
Crane in Rhode Island by Mark SanSouci
Neglected Beach Chair by Mark SanSouci
A Vero Confused Man by Mark SanSouci
Americana The Toast by Mark SanSouci
Katie's Calla Lilies by Mark SanSouci
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About Mark SanSouci
After 15 years in Lakewood, Washington, Mark moved to Vero Beach, Florida in November 2020. Mark has been an artist all his life, although life got in the way for decades when he did many other things. He loves color and prefers imperfection in his expressionism, impressionism, and abstract art efforts.
He feels blessed with an art aptitude in early childhood, recognized as early as a third grade art contest, for his artistic talent. Later, his high school art portfolio got him accepted into an art college upon graduation, but other influences led to his path taking another direction.
He is a retired Air Force Lieutenant Colonel, and recently retired as a Department of Defense Liaison for Military Families and Veterans, lobbying for state legislation in the six Northwestern states. He has earned two graduate degrees in political science related fields.
Five years ago, while jogging in a park in Washington, Mark was captivated by a man walking his dog, snapped a picture of it, broke out the oil pastels, and has not stopped since, some 800 pieces later. Making up for lost years, he has sold 50 paintings (as of 2-24-21) in the last four years in Washington, California, Florida, and other states, at shows, through Facebook, and this website!
Mark prefers acrylics and gouache mediums, and his work reflects a colorful preference towards expressionism, impressionism, and figurative abstracts.
He can easily be reached through this website.