Archway Framing
363 Atlantic Boulevard
Atlantic Beach, Florida 32233
Monday 11am - 4pm
Tuesday to Friday 11am - 5:30pm
Saturday 11am - 4pm
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Sunday 12pm - 5pm

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Archway Framing
Featured Artist

William Nathan Mauney

"Waves by the Tee!"

On display September 2011

Artist Bio

Born in 1982, along the mountains of North Georgia, he was raised in the mountains around Helen, Georgia. After graduating high school in 2001, he went to work on two separate golf courses before attending college, after graduating from Savannah College of Art and Design in 2007 for painting. While attending college he started shaping his own surfboards, to which he calls his Lickidi Split additions. The Ocean has become a major part of his life and art.        

Now he currently resides in northern Florida looking for new aspirations in which to guide his work. Most recently, Osprey's have caught my eye with their grace and beauty. Currently works at Sawgrass Country club doing golf course maintenance, and giving surf lessons during the summer.

His paintings tend to go through a certain rigorous time-consuming process. This process has developed his style into something that can be seen from large pieces to small works. Some paintings have taken over a year to complete due to the process alone.


Artist Statement:

Sometimes people communicate through voice, mail, phone, or texting as technology grows. My main voice has now slowly become the work and images that these hands produce. If merely an Osprey is painted on a square well the character of those raptors are shown. The pieces themselves are carried through a rough process that tends to give them a bit of durability for the ages. Main thing is I like to express and use a lot of color that's something that will never change.