Kurt was a very prolific impasto oil painter, having worked for over 30 years, perfecting his technique, taking classes at College of DuPage, studying under Alexander Ertas, and at North Central College also. "On the threshold of a dream" was named after the Moody Blues album. These are but a few examples of his work, but these were the ones he chose, because he considered them to be his best up to this point. You can also see his "Celebration," which was made into a poster for the 2004 Celebration Recovery, the first in Chicagoland, on our home page. The original was purchased by AstraZeneca and is hanging in their main office in Schaumburg, Illinois.
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