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Paul Gaj

Paul Gaj

Groton, MA

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A Note about Fine Art America: I have been a member for over 3 years and know first-hand that the quality, accuracy and impeccable customer service of the FAA team should put any potential collector of my images at ease. You will be very pleased with the integrity of the artwork you purchase. - Paul Gaj

Paul attended the New England School of Art & Design in Boston, MA and the University of Massachusetts, North Dartmouth where he studied graphic and visual design. He also studied drawing at the Paier College of Art in Hamden, CT. He started his career at the Mystic Marinelife Aquarium as lead designer and opened his first studio in Mystic, Connecticut where he serviced such clients as BBDO Advertising, General Electric, Mystic Seaport Publications, Pepsi and Thermos.

In 1995, Paul moved back to the Boston area and worked as the Senior Art Director for WTM Advertising, a technology agency whose clients included Hitachi, NYNEX (Verizon), Scitex and XEROX. He has since held Senior Art Director and Creative Director positions for a number of corporations and has designed for Chase Bank, Compaq Computer, DunkinŐ Donuts, Nortel Networks and 3Com.

Paul currently works from his studio in Groton, Massachusetts where he is involved in Corporate Branding, Graphic Design, Advertising, Web and Digital Illustration projects. In addition to a prolific career in advertising and design, Paul has always been an avid watercolor and acrylic painter. He is a past member of the Mystic Art Association and a current member of the Concord Art Association in Concord, MA. He has taught design at Chester College in Chester, NH and is a member of the American Institute of Graphic Arts.

Paul Gaj has exhibited at a number of galleries and shows throughout New England and his paintings hang in many private collections within the continental United States and Hawaii.

For more information, please visit http://www.pgajdesign.com

 

Boat Series 29 Fishing Boats Docked Ocean Springs by Paul Gaj

 

Boat Series 30 Shrimp Boat Gulf of Mexico Louisiana by Paul Gaj

 

Boat Series 31 Shrimp Boat Heading Out of Biloxi by Paul Gaj

 

Apalachicola Bay Florida by Paul Gaj

 

Apalachicola Bay Cloud by Paul Gaj

 

Western Florida Panhandle by Paul Gaj

 

Navarre Beach Florida by Paul Gaj

 

Clouds Gulf Islands National Seashore Florida by Paul Gaj

 

Clouds Gulf Shores Alabama by Paul Gaj

 

Palms Bayou La Batre Alabama by Paul Gaj

 

Ocean Springs Mississippi by Paul Gaj

 

Sunrise Gulfport Mississippi by Paul Gaj

 

Sunrise Mississippi River Delta Louisiana by Paul Gaj

 

Hazy Dawn Mississippi River Delta Louisiana by Paul Gaj

 

Bayou Sunset Venice Louisiana by Paul Gaj

 

Snowy Egret on the Bayou Venice Louisiana by Paul Gaj

 

Cypress Stand at Sunset Venice Louisiana by Paul Gaj

 

Windswept Grasses Venice Louisiana by Paul Gaj

 

Floating Water Hyacinths at Sunset Venice Louisiana by Paul Gaj

 

Silt Islands and Banks Mississippi River Delta Louisiana by Paul Gaj

 

Shrimp Boat Mississippi River Delta Louisiana by Paul Gaj

 

Bayou Sauvage Louisiana by Paul Gaj

 

Gulf Impression 1 by Paul Gaj

 

Eye on the Gulf Coast by Paul Gaj

 

Wood End Light by Paul Gaj

 

Icarus by Paul Gaj

 

W 53rd New York by Paul Gaj

 

Fort Trumbull by Paul Gaj

 

New England Steeple by Paul Gaj

 

Abandoned Window by Paul Gaj

 

Harkness Doorway by Paul Gaj

 

Through the Window by Paul Gaj

 

Essex River by Paul Gaj

 

Horizon by Paul Gaj

 

Angel Island From Sausalito by Paul Gaj

 

Malaga Washington Ridge by Paul Gaj

 

Foggy Salt Marsh Cape Cod by Paul Gaj

 

Virginia Beach After the Storm by Paul Gaj

 

Stonington Point East by Paul Gaj

 

Race Point Provincetown by Paul Gaj

 

Truro Beach Cape Cod by Paul Gaj

 

Lawson Tower Scituate MA by Paul Gaj

 

The North River by Paul Gaj

 

Horseshoe Crab by Paul Gaj

 

Mussel Shell by Paul Gaj

 

MT Washington from the Saco River by Paul Gaj

 

Herring River by Paul Gaj

 

Centre Harbor by Paul Gaj