Artist Spotlight: Gene Register
Gene Register’s vibrant works of art have captured the hearts of collectors from around the country. Read on to learn more about Gene Register and view examples of his work featured in the Judith Hale Gallery.
Gene Register dramatically captures the viewer’s attention with tranquil beauty and exquisite precision. His still life images reflect warmth, combined with refined elegance. His nature portraits are revealed with a certain reverence, entwined with incredible lushness.
Born in Georgia, Gene completed his high school years there. He served military duty with the Navy, from 1948 to 1952. Gene’s advanced education included two years at the Harris Art School in Nashville, Tennessee, and three years at the American Academy of Art in Chicago, Illinois.
He pursued a professional career in art as a Designer and Illustrator for Van Buren Printing in Chicago Illinois. Students benefited from his twelve-year commitment as an Art Instructor at The American Academy of Art in Chicago.
Gene owned, operated, and taught in galleries in Delray Beach and Pompano Beach, Florida, as well as the Mission Gallery in Kennebunkport, Maine. He belonged to art guilds and associations in those areas as well. His teaching spans a total of 26 years.
His most recent exhibits have been in the Mast Cove Galleries in Kennebunkport, Maine and the Waterhouse Gallery in Santa Barbara, California.