As an emerging artist Fred San Guiliano is quickly developing his impressionistic style of painting using acrylics often on reclaimed wood as well as on canvas.
With no formal art training, Fred attempted his first painting on a whim in 2017 when he was 63 years old. He was inspired by a photograph that his wife had taken when the two were in Carrabelle, FL. Using old scrap wood in lieu of a canvas Fred began painting. His first work captured the sun glimmering on the gulf water just off a deserted beach.
Legally blind from a rare eye disease, Fred has no vision in his left eye, and only a pinhole of blurry sight remaining in his right. He jokes that everything he sees looks like a Monet painting. His works include landscapes, still life, and portraits.