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Demming Bass is not your typical artist. Completely self-taught, he likes to paint art that non-art people like to buy. Born with rare artistic gifts, his talents became evident early on when his mom walked into his bedroom at age 5 to find a mural colored in crayon across his bedroom wall. Her initial frustration grew into admiration as she and his dad nurtured his artistic abilities. While pursuing a career as an award-winning Chamber executive, he never lost his passion for art. Since founding Revelation Art in 2004, Demming has donated or raised more than $10,000 through his art for local charities, and sold original and limited edition artwork focused on his passions: college sports, the outdoors, and life through the eyes of his twin daughters. Today those 3-year old twin daughters are already carrying on the family tradition by regularly coloring on their walls too. But this dad doesn’t mind at all.
"I have always had a passion for drawing and painting the things I love. I bounce around from colored pencil realism to oils to more colorful acrylics, but you’ll never find my work too abstract.My philosophy is to produce a painting that is realistic at its core but abstract enough so you know it’s clearly a work of art. Then add lots of color. The bottom line is it has to be something I'd spend good money on to hang in my own home or office. My biggest inspirations range from Norman Rockwell and Don Troiani to Daniel Moore and Georgia favorites Steve Penley and Thomas Arvid. Currently my work focuses on college sports themes, fall landscapes, images I think my daughters would like, and what I call living (music, bourbon, and other fun stuff)."