Wayne Douglas Chambers

Title: Owner & Watercolor Artist
Company: Wayne Chambers Gallery
Location: Pooler, Georgia, United States

Wayne Douglas Chambers, Owner and Watercolor Artist at the Wayne Chambers Gallery, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Artists for dedication, achievements, and leadership in watercolors, oil painting and etching.

An accomplished watercolor artist, Mr. Chambers currently excels as the owner of the Wayne Chambers Gallery. He has also served as the co-owner of the Savannah Gallery of Art, a private art teacher and an art teacher at Georgia Southern University. Prior to these positions, he taught in Guatemala for one year and served for 15 years as a resident artist for retail merchants in Richmond, Virginia.

In preparation for his career, Mr. Chambers completed coursework with the Art Students League of New York. He continued his education at Virginia Commonwealth University, completing life drawing coursework, and later attended John Tyler Community College. In addition to his primary endeavors as an artist, Mr. Chambers dedicated his spare time to volunteering with soup kitchens and homeless shelters in Savannah, Georgia.

Among his myriad accomplishments, Mr. Chambers has been commissioned by influential members of the Savannah community to beautify their homes and gardens with his paintings. He painted the famous Mercer House, from the book and movie titled “Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil,” and had his works showcased in the Monument Avenue gallery in Richmond, Virginia. He has been a featured artist in Pooler Magazine and Southern Living Magazine.

Mr. Chambers is a member of the Jekyll Island Watercolor Society and a past member of both the American Watercolor Society and Georgia Watercolor Society. In his spare time, he enjoys playing the piano, ballroom dancing and gardening. In the coming years, Mr. Chambers hopes to keep perfecting his talents, mentoring others and staying positive.

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