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Avalon Hotel, South Beach


Avalon Hotel, South Beach Painting

Howard Newman

United States

Painting, Acrylic on Canvas

Size: 36 W x 24 H x 1 D in

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Iconic Art Deco hotel found on Miami's famous South Beach

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Painting:Acrylic on Canvas

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:36 W x 24 H x 1 D in

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Howard Newman was born in Brooklyn, New York in August, 1950, and always enjoyed drawing as a youngster experimenting with pastels and charcoal. He attended the High School of Art and Design, a gifted High School for students with exceptional talent in the fine arts. He majored in advertising design and illustration. In 1968 Howard attended the New York Institute of Technology, majoring in painting and photography. After graduating in 1973, he went to work as an illustrator for Strauss Stores, which ran ads twice per week in the N.Y. Daily News showing Howard's illustrations. Howard's original illustrations were being seen throughout the New York area on a weekly basis! ________________________________ Although he was a successful commercial artist, in 1974 he decided to change direction and enrolled in Hunter College in Manhattan earning his teaching degree while still working as a commercial artist. Upon obtaining his teaching degree, Howard moved to South Florida and taught fine arts in the Dade County Public School system for 7 years. While teaching, he earned his Master's Degree at Nova University. ________________________________ As Howard is very experimental and creative, during the 1980's he once again decided to try something new and started his own graphics company. This business proved to be fruitful and Howard worked at it for 10 years. During this time, he met model and photographer Bunny Yaeger in Miami, who told Howard he had the right look for movies and commercials. Howard, at the same time, formed a rock n’ roll band with his wife, Ivy, who was a trained vocalist and keyboard player, and performed in South Florida. Acting jobs started coming in as well as auditions, and Howard appeared in 12 movies, the Miami Vice T.V. show, as well as many commercials from 1982-1984. ________________________________ Howard traveled to France during the summer of 1983, and after touring the Louvre in Paris, Howard was so moved by the impressionist paintings, he decided to devote his life to painting full time. ________________________________ There was one more career move on the horizon for Howard, and that was the desire to help people using his creative and healing energy with his hands. Howard went back to school and received his state license in Neuromuscular Rehabilitation Therapy. In 1996 he opened Advanced Therapeutics and Health Care at University Hospital.

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