Golf News for Friday, September 22, 2006 | Others

Golf Impressions Plus gallery has new paintings of golf courses

POWELL, Ohio -- Golf Impressions Plus (, an online art gallery featuring the golf course landscape and other paintings of Ohio artist Guy Salvato, announced today the unveiling of seventy-three new paintings.

The new watercolor, oil and acrylic-based compositions are divided into six series dedicated to various subject matter including Salvato’s signature Golf Course Landscapes, as well as Still Life, Barns and Houses, Seascapes, Landscapes, and the vibrant Cabo San Lucas series.

According to Salvato, his passion for the game of golf led him to open his box of long neglected watercolors to capture some of the images he had remembered during his travels. “I have always been drawn to the serenity and peacefulness of a golf course during the twilight hours. There is something magical about that time of day,” Salvato reflected at his studio in Powell, Ohio.

Salvato explained that he began painting again with the medium of oil late last year. “My purpose with oils is not to illustrate finite details, but rather to capture the colors, shapes and general impressions of select moments,” commented Salvato.

Salvato’s latest work can be viewed online anytime at Giclee reproductions are also offered and original and commissioned works are available by contacting Golf Impressions Plus.

About Golf Impressions Plus
Golf Impressions Plus (, is an online art gallery featuring the golf course landscape and other paintings of Ohio artist Guy Salvato. Giclee reproductions, original and commissioned pieces are available to individuals, businesses, and private and public golf clubs.

Guy Salvato was born in Glen Cove, Long Island. He earned a B.S. in Advertising Design from The University of Cincinnati and studied drawing and watercolor under Robert Fabe, Louis Rockwood and Reginald Grooms. For 35 years, Guy and his partner, Fred Coe, ran a successful design studio, gaining international recognition as one of the finest firms in the U.S.
Guy now directs his energies and talent to expressing himself through painting. He is a member of the Central Ohio Watercolor Society and the Worthington Area Art League. Guy's golf landscape paintings were recently featured in The Academy of Golf Art's first annual Juried Exhibition held at The Jack Nicklaus Museum in Columbus in 2005.

For more information, please contact Greg Salvato at 732-266-1877 or via email at