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Pentel featured artist — click here to visit Pentel Artist page

ArtBuzz The 2014 Collection — 2nd place Graphite

CityArts Factory "Morning, Noon and Night...Landscapes" 2013

Special Recognition: Light Space & Time Online Art Gallery, Landscapes Art Exhibition – Photography & Digital 9.2013

CityArts Factory "Granted" 2012

2nd Place: Osceola Center for the Arts 2010 Drawing/Illustration show

United Arts of Central Florida: Professional development grant 2009 — awarded full grant.

Art in Public Places Seminole County Florida — 15 pieces selected for show

Best of Show: La Masquera di Avalon Small Art show, Orlando, FL 2006


Art Festivals:

Winter Park Autumn Art Festival 2010 — Poster Artist and Honorable Mention
Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival 2010 — selected for judging
Winter Park Autumn Art Festival 2009
Maitland Rotary Art Festival 2009 — selected for judging
Mayfaire by the Lake 2009


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SelfPortrait-headlightJames Becker is an accomplished graphic designer whose work appears in many different media, including magazines, books and videos in over 60 different countries and in more than 17 languages. Recently he has started to create fine art pieces and make them available to the public. Currently he is exploring a fascination with automobiles from all eras in his Heads & Tails collection. He delights in the chrome and tail-fins of the 50's, the quiet elegance of the early 1900's, the power of the muscle cars of the 70's and the sleek, aerodynamic curves of the future.

"There is beauty in the design of everything from a simple spoon or chair to the most ornate cathedrals of Europe. It just depends on where you place your focus. When you look at a car you might just think it's a thing that'll get you where you're going. But if you look closely at something like the way reflections dance off the chrome surrounding a 1957 Chevy tail-light I think you might find as much of interest there as in any piece from Rembrandt or Dali."

—James Becker





(no relation, but it's kinda cool)