Albert Fennell states, “Through my work, I try to create a communication level between all people dealing with truth, pride, and compassion. I thank God for the talent He has given me and the opportunity to present it to you.”
Born and raised in San Diego, California, Albert Fennell’s artistic abilities were discovered at a young age. In sixth grade, Albert won a school competition and as a result had his landscape picture displayed in the San Diego Museum of Art. Fennell studied fine arts and was a competitive track athlete at San Diego Mesa College. He studied commercial drawing at San Diego City College and took additional classes at Alexander’s School of Drawing, Printing, and Design.
Diversity is Albert Fennell key to success. He proficiency in oils, pastels, and ink, creating both dimension and illusions is impeccable. Fennell has created artwork that express a feeling of the grace and beauty, especially in women, that is often influenced by his love of music and his interest in the African culture. Fennell passed away in 2002.