I am Oz, and I adore nature in all its myriad of forms. Whether I'm standing on a mountain-top after a four hour hike and just breathing, or meditating by a babbling brook, I am at my very best in nature, always with a camera in hand.
I receive my inspiration from Infinite Intelligence, from the Universe, from Love, from Light, from God, or any combination of the previous words. There is no religious meaning here, just a deep spirituality in the knowing that my hands are guided by a higher source with every piece we create.
Yes, we, I could not possibly create these alone.
Due to 2020 and all of my art shows being canceled for obvious reasons, I had to pivot exclusively to online sales. Posting new work on FB and running multiple giveaway contests for new art, I was repeatedly asked "how DO you do that?" After being asked enough times I figured out that people actually wanted to KNOW "how I do that."
So I began teaching courses in Digital Abstract Art technology.
My students were amazing and I learn as much from them as they learn from me! If you'd like to see some of what has been created, go to our private FB group at Oz Fine Art Studio on FB. You may like what you see from the nubes! LOL
I have truly found my heart in teaching others to create abstract art. It is awe inspiring and amazing watching the eyes and smiles and everything when students young and old say "I DID THAT!?"
So freakin' cool man!
Here is my artists CV: Some stuff ya don't know about me!
David “Oz” Osterczy is a multi-award winning abstract visual artist described as a “digital impressionist.”
Displaying from New York to Los Angeles, Oz has brought joy and creativity to the masses for over a decade. His unique visual interpretations of nature stand out and elicit questions and curiosity from patrons and clients.
Whether creating large installations for corporate buildings or selling a single print at a Comicon or art stroll, Oz is always prepared with a sarcastic wit and a big smile for all who engage him in conversation.
During the Covid-19 protocols of 2020 Oz shifted all work to online. After repeatedly being asked “how do you do that?” pertaining to his abstracts, Oz realized that people truly wanted to know “how he does that” and began to teach free online courses in Digital Abstract Art creation to give back to a society hungry for beauty and community.
“I am of service to mankind, and I serve with my creations” is his credo.
Oz has won several awards for his service to mankind that have nothing to do with art. When need or disaster strike, Oz shows up. After Hurricane Sandy on the east coast in 2012, Oz volunteered for 20 straight months of weekends to gut and rebuild hundreds of homes in New York and New Jersey. He flew down to Texas after Hurricane Harvey to assist along the Texas/Louisiana border and Houston.
And when hungry children are in need, Oz delivers food backpacks to schools so that the kids can eat over the weekends.
If you are a decision maker in need of unique, abstract art, Oz will guide you to a joyful direction.
His dream contact is an interior decorator that deals with high net-worth clients.