Internationally acclaimed artist Malcolm Farley is renowned for his visions of color and unique ability to capture "the moment, the action, the spirit of the event." In his unique impressionistic style, Malcolm blends bold colors with the drama of some of the world's most memorable moments in time.
Malcolm pauses, scrutinizes and shrugs. "Everywhere I look I see these fantastic, bright colors. It has been that way since I was a kid."
This "kid" started painting at the age of eight. Particularly fascinated with the energetic drive and aura of athletes, Malcolm Farley, an "all-everything" athlete himself, cut his teeth painting the world's greatest baseball, tennis, football and hockey stars.
In his formative years, he traveled the world with his family, gaining cultural perspectives while "putting in time" during his junior high years at 9500 feet in Northern India and other global ports. As a scholarship athlete, he learned to combine his athletic talents and passion as a jazz saxophonist with art to obtain his Bachelor of Fine Arts from Metropolitan State Collage in Denver.
After receiving various collegiate awards, Malcolm chose the path of a commercial artist, becoming a connoisseur of many styles. It was in this period that he experimented with numerous mediums, arriving at the intoxicating palette and imagery that moves the spirit of all who view his work.
Today, he holds company with just a handful of artists as one of the modern master painters. His most recent successes include commissions by; The Sopranos, Major League Baseball's 30 most Memorable Moments, the NFL & Pepsi to release 800 million Superbowl commemorative cans, US Opens, Mikhail Gorbachev, All Star Games and the 2000 Olympics in Sydney. (From Malcolm Farley's website.)