Art Brokerage: Mark Richard Beaulieu American Artist: Mark Richard Beaulieu was born in Camp Gordon, Georgia, son of an Army Signal Corps officer, and grew up in the US and Germany. After studying drawing and painting at UT Austin, he developed a Photorealist style making large-scale airbrush paintings while at Trinity University. There he minored in computer science learning APL to make computer generated film. He studied with and worked for pop artist Wayne Thiebaud while getting his MFA at UC Davis. After a career as a senior software engineer in Silicon Valley he emerged as a telecommunications director at Qualcomm and at Novatel Wireless. He is known for his wireless internet and multimedia technical books as well as his 12th century historical fiction novels. Beginning an art career as a painter, Beaulieu received awards from The Art Museum of South Texas, Corpus Christi, the 17th Annual Delta Art Exhibition. After placing at the 1975 Artists Biennial at the New Orleans Museum of Art, his work was reviewed in La Revue Moderne. Giving two one-man shows at Laurie Auditorium Gallery in San Antonio collectors took note, among them Joe Nicholson, industrialist Marshall Steves Jr., and Dr. Donald Rubel. Moving to Northern California in 1976, Beaulieu exhibited and received awards at wide range of state and local galleries. Stylistically, Mark’s art works have connections to Pop Art, and Photorealism. His pieces are often of urban landscapes, gardens, sandscapes and waterscapes, featuring complex painterly color spaces. Listings wanted.