John Ager started painting in 1986 after doing all the necessary degrees, jobs and getting established as well as keeping food on the table.
Slowly Ager’s work in watercolor developed and was accelerated by taking workshops with such artists as : Frank Webb, Jeanne Dobie, Frank Franchese and others.
In 1997 Ager enrolled at the San Francisco Art Institute where he spent but one semester under the tutelage and inspiration of Prof. Jeremy Morgan who urged exploration and use of Acrylics.
As a result most of his work is now in acrylics and the images are more abstract than the earlier watercolor pieces.
John continues to paint landscapes that are slightly abstract in nature.
He has also been invited as a guest artist at the Arts Guild of Sonoma on three occasions.
Featured image on this page: John Ager “Dusk,” 30×24 inches, $1500.00, Acrylic on Canvas