One of the most exciting and captivating artists of this generation. Please browse the site and make sure to keep coming back as the world of Nate Trotter is developing here day by day..
Nate is currently working hard at creating his next line of ever evolving paintings that include not only famous icons from the concert stage to the sports court, but also include a multitude of original artwork found only at NateTrotter.com.
Nate Trotter is a modern artist, musician and father. Originally from the Kansas City area Nate has traveled the Country perfecting his art skills including a stop at the Art Center College of Design located in Pasadena. Cited by Businessweek as one of the top design schools in the world, the Art Center has been a stop for many of the world’s top designers, painters and artists.
Having been provided with the proper training along with amazingly precise natural skill has allowed Nate Trotter to emerge as one the most talented Modern Artists of his generation. The “Wow” factor that is produced by those viewing his art really says it all.
Nate specializes in capturing the realistic form of his subjects. While he prefers to create original pieces of his own design, he also creates many pieces of well known pop culture icons, including a shockingly realistic painting of Jimi Hendrix that has been on display in The World Famous, Whiskey A Go Go, located in Hollywood California.
Slash ( Guns n Roses) owns an original from a series of Slash that has been one of Nate’s musical inspirations from an early age.
Another of the series is on display at The Rainbow Room, Hollywood, CA.
Nate is currently hard at work creating a series of original paintings that will be unveiled in late 2015.
Currently, he is showcasing work at Leawood Fine Art, in Leawood, Kansas.
Also working for The Nativity House donating a percentage of originals to the organization to help homeless pregnant women get on their feet.
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“ I feel that art is in the eye of the beholder. I love talking about the work with clients. I like hearing their interpretations of the work.”
Nate draws from a wide range of inspiration for art. As a result he has had Celebrity and Homeless subjects.
Conceptually developing series that capture the soul of the subjects in the paintings and capturing moments in time and focus on capturing the emotion of the people he portrays.