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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.
Lady Liberty by Alan Metzger
Seven Trees by Alan Metzger
Red Bike by Alan Metzger
Amazing Grace by Alan Metzger
Reccelli's House by Alan Metzger
Reccelli's Dock by Alan Metzger
Blue Eyes by Alan Metzger
Old Bike by Alan Metzger
Yacht Life Three by Alan Metzger
Yacht Life Two by Alan Metzger
Yacht Life by Alan Metzger
Merchant Marine Emblem by Alan Metzger
Navy Emblem by Alan Metzger
Coast Guard Emblem by Alan Metzger
Army Emblem by Alan Metzger
Air Force Emblem by Alan Metzger
Marine Corp Emblem by Alan Metzger
Queen Palm Two by Alan Metzger
Queen Palm One by Alan Metzger
Swamp Three by Alan Metzger
Swamp Twp by Alan Metzger
Swamp One by Alan Metzger
Rays of Hope by Alan Metzger
Old Mansion by Alan Metzger
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About Alan Metzger
Alan is a graduate of the Art Institute of Pittsburgh. He has worked in the art and advertising profession most of his life and his work has been recognized for excellence in art contests and in the Addy awards. He grew up in Pittsburgh, lived in Shreveport LA for many years before moving to South Florida in 1984. Alan is now doing his art full time and his technique and style continues to evolve. The majority of his work has been in acrylic, but recently is experimenting with oil.
In Nov. 2013 Alan entered the International Polo Club of Palm Beach 2014 Commemorative Poster Contest. His winning entry entitled "Polo Rumble" gives a unique impressionistic view of polo at the ground level, below the gracefulness of the polo ponies and players. (see Press tab) This recognition has motivated him to add more equestrian works to his portfolio.
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Alan has made several humanitarian trips to third world countries. Twice to Haiti, one before the earthquake and one after. He provided the resources to build a home for a destitute family and also the resources for a village to develop a tilapia farm, which is providing food and income for the entire village. Alan made a visit to the impoverished areas of Jamaica, and physically helped a team build a house for a family in one day.