About the Artist
Don's first job after graduating from the Art Institute of Ft. Lauderdale was creating architectural renderings for a commercial builder.
From there he built his portfolio with graphic design and illustration assignments for printers and ad agencies, ultimately serving as Advertising Director for a major furniture manufacturer. A North Carolina native, Don waited until his retirement to begin painting for fun, returning to the drawing board with a fresh perspective.
"My goal in creating these images is not to imitate other artists or invent a new style. I'm more interested in bringing a smile to someone's face by portraying happy memories and playful themes using bright colors and familiar references."
Illustration and display designs to introduce The California Raisins
to Hardee's franchises for their promotional advertising.
Composition for silk screen
Serigraph "Pelican Post"
Showroom layout for Lexington Furniture Industries.
One of several of Don's Uwharrie Chair designs, this one used in television series "Grace and Frankie"
Today, Don lives in Hendersonville, NC with his artistic wife Jean,
who creates amazing ceramic sculptures. (JeanGreeson.com)
They share the house, the cars, three cats, and virtually all meals,
but wisely work in separate studios.
Left: "Rainy Bunny" by Jean Greeson