Troy Bunch
Troy Bunch’s paintings, which he would call imaginative realism and/or surrealism, usually depict women juxtaposed with images from nature and dreams. He seeks to produce interesting, thought-provoking, and beautiful paintings that have meaning to him, but also hopes the viewer can find personal significance in them as well.  Equally important is the continuous improvement of the artist’s skills and technique with each new painting.

His artistic influences include many painters - great artists from the past, like Michelangelo, da Vinci, Dali, van Gogh, and Magritte, to contemporary painters such as Nicola Verlato, Olivia, Richard Corben, and Frank Frazetta, among others.

Troy Bunch paints with oils on stretched linen or board. He almost always works from his studio using a combination of natural and artificial light.