An internationally recognized watercolor painter, Wayne Chambers has studied painting his entire life, exploring different techniques such as life drawing, oil painting, and composition at the New York Student League. He has studied with other famous artists including, Thomas Folegty, Richard Goetz, Hilda Terry, Robert Wade, Frank Webb, Judi Wagner, Barbara Nechis, Christopher Schink and Tony van Hasselt.
In 1999, upon moving to Savannah, Georgia, Wayne became the Official Artist of the famed Mercer House from the book and movie “Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil”, and he also opened his own gallery in the Historic Savannah’s “Designer District.” With his work, Wayne has brought a fresh new view to the world of watercolors by painting some of Savannah’s most prestigious buildings and landmarks, while never turning away from his still life, floral, birds, and nautical paintings. After being designated Featured Artist for the Southern Living Magazine’s 2002 Designer Home, Wayne has been commissioned by some of Savannah’s most influential people to paint their homes and gardens.
Wayne is a member of the Jekyll Island Watercolor Society, the American Watercolor Society, and the Georgia Watercolor Society. His paintings reside in prestigious, private and corporate art collections across the world, and his work is currently exhibited in some of the finest art galleries on the East coast of the United States.