About the Artist
Born in 1940, Ron Renner started painting under the influence of his parents who owned the Renner Art Center in New Jersey.
Ron Renner has a special affinity and talent for bringing the natural beauty of florals to the canvas.
Action in Red
Ron started drip and splatter paintings in 1957. He had no knowledge of Jackson Pollock until he saw the artist's work on the cover of the Saturday Evening Post in 1962.
Lady in Red
Lady in Red and Blue Nude are inventive and unique, showing influences by Picasso, Matisse and Modigliani.
Blue Nude was featured on the cover of Palm Beach Illustrated magazine. Ron's work has gained international recognition and is in prominent collections throughout the United States, Canada, and Europe.
Ron makes his Lady in Red and Blue Nude works available as limited edition signed serigraphs.
Book Signing at Barnes & Noble
Ron's book, “Secrets to Decorating and Moving to Florida,” has been featured in over 100 newspaper articles throughout the United States.
In the Media
Ron's work has been featured in publications including Palm Beach Illustrated.