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Norman Freyer

Norman Freyer

Homosassa, FL

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Norman Freyer is a watercolorist from Homosassa, FL. He is a graduate of the University of Connecticut, and spent nearly 40 years in sales and marketing in the animal health sector of the pharmaceutical industry. He studied watercolor techniques under Marion Langlois at the Withlacoochee Technical Institute in Inverness from 1999 to 2002. In addition, he has studied in watercolor workshops with such noted artists as Tom Jones, Chuck MacClachlan, Ken Hosmer, Kathleen Hoffsinger, Steve Rogers and Paul George.

Mr. Freyer is a member of the Art Center of Citrus County, the Citrus Watercolor Club, the Nature Coast Painters and an associate member of the Florida Watercolor Society. He served as president of the Citrus Watercolor Club 2008 to 2010. His paintings are exhibited regularly in the Art Center Gallery in Hernando. His work has been the featured exhibit at the Chronicle Gallery in Inverness, the Art Center CC East Gallery in Hernando, FL and the Art Center CC Theater Gallery. He was an exhibiting artist at the 2007 Spring/Summer Art Exhibit at the Brooksville City Hall Gallery. His painting, Fishy Business was exhibited in the 2009 Florida Watercolor Society On Line Show;The painting Gentle Giants in the 2012 On-Line Show; The painting Autumn Seagrapes in the 2013 On Line Show; The painting Palm Tracks in the 2014 On-line show, and the painting Chicken Little in the 2015 On Line Show.

Recent awards include the Award of Excellence at the 2007 Manatee Festival & St. Petersburg Times Fine Art Show, the Award of Merit at the 2008 Manatee Festival, and the First Place Award in all media at the 2009 Homosassa Seafood Festival, as well as the Second Place Award in 2010, the Award of Excellence at the Festival of the Arts in 2011, Best of Show in all media at the Homosassa Seafood Festival in 2011, and Best of Show at the 2012 - 18th Annual CWC Show & Sale. Featured artist at the 2012 Homosassa Seafood Festival. Best of Show in 2013 Nature Coast Exhibit #1, Art Center of Citrus County.

In addition to completing a number of commission works, individual collectors in Alabama, Connecticut, Florida, New Jersey, Texas, California, New York and Pennsylvania have purchased his paintings for their collections.

 

Rose and Rosebuds by Norman Freyer

 

Aunt Millie by Norman Freyer

 

Dee's Bananas by Norman Freyer

 

Old Geezer Snoozing by Norman Freyer

 

Yellow-Crowned Night Heron by Norman Freyer

 

Red Level by Norman Freyer

 

Iris Medley by Norman Freyer

 

Racing Ahead of the Storm by Norman Freyer

 

Sunset Palms by Norman Freyer

 

Dixie Glory by Norman Freyer

 

Pelican Perch by Norman Freyer

 

Chinese Junk by Norman Freyer

 

Two Dogs by Norman Freyer

 

The Sentry by Norman Freyer

 

Dunes Denizens by Norman Freyer

 

Sorting Sponges by Norman Freyer

 

Where the Heart Is by Norman Freyer

 

Show Off by Norman Freyer

 

Fresh Catch by Norman Freyer

 

Family Ties by Norman Freyer

 

Too Close for Comfort by Norman Freyer

 

Red Admiral by Norman Freyer

 

The Town Dock by Norman Freyer

 

Territorial Dispute by Norman Freyer

 

Tarrytown Light by Norman Freyer

 

Tucker by Norman Freyer

 

Alamandas by Norman Freyer

 

Petals and Sepals by Norman Freyer

 

Mykonos Windmills by Norman Freyer

 

The Conversation by Norman Freyer

 

Cedars Last Stand by Norman Freyer

 

The Captain Gordon by Norman Freyer

 

Wine on the Vine by Norman Freyer

 

Fischerbootsanlegestelle auf der Ostsee by Norman Freyer

 

Remembering Schoodic by Norman Freyer

 

Race Rock Light to the Windward by Norman Freyer

 

Dot's Iris by Norman Freyer

 

Still Waters by Norman Freyer

 

Lunch Time on the Range by Norman Freyer

 

Lucia by Norman Freyer

 

Water Lotus by Norman Freyer

 

Still Life in Red by Norman Freyer

 

Longhorn Country by Norman Freyer

 

Rip Manning's Barn by Norman Freyer

 

Misty Vista by Norman Freyer

 

Bass Harbor Head Light by Norman Freyer

 

Fogging Mornin' by Norman Freyer

 

Covered Bridge on the Lochatong by Norman Freyer