Alan Fetterman, a highly recognized and award-winning American artist, produces work sought and collected for continuing the Pennsylvania and Bucks County impressionist and plein air traditions.
As a painter, sculptor, and poet, he's traveled extensively throughout the Americas and abroad, living and learning cultural values and old-world aesthetics.
As a Kay scholar with a degree in philosophy from the University of Pennsylvania, and also a graduate from Bucks County Community College with a degree in American Studies, Alan transfers knowledge into art. He carries a personal and endearing connection to the rolling landscapes of Pennsylvania, especially those of Bucks County, where he lives.
Alan's been featured in 40+ solo-exhibitions and showcased various creations in over 150 venues in places diverse as Carmel, California, Curitiba, Brazil, and Vero Beach, Florida.
He's a long-standing, distinguished member of the Philadelphia Sketch Club and a past member of New York City's Salmagundi Club. His work and life have been profiled in dozens of magazines, columns, and books, including features in "A Bucks County State of a Mind" and "The Embraceable You."
With his fresh, energetic signature-style brushwork and his dynamic tones of color, Alan's art delivers a powerful sense of both well-being and genuine goodness, seemingly unending.
University of Pennsylvania, B.A. Pa. Philosophy, Kay Scholar, 2008
Bucks County Community College, A.A. Pa. American Studies, 1998