From Los Angeles California, Home of swimming pools, shiny cars and movie stars. One rising star illuminates & outshine the rest. Master Artist Samuel Pace is primed and ready to take on the world. He is one of the finest, Top Graphic Illustration Artists in the country. Master Pace was born and raised in Southern California’s San Gabriel Valley. At a very early age, he presented advanced artistic skills. Samuel was, lovingly encouraged by both his parents to express his creative abilities. Along his blissful journey to conquer the canvas, Mr. Pace developed a passion for Karate. The disciplinary conditioning of the Martial Arts in turn help him to intensely focus on creating Fine Art .His efforts were rewarded with a Full 4 year College Scholarship in Fine Art. Samuel Pace continued to excel in booth Fine Arts & Martial Arts. In the field of full contact Karate , Samuel Pace soon came to dominated the sport . He rapidly excelled to the top of his game, all the way to #1 ranking in the state of California. From California, he catapulted to #3 rank in the United States. Achieving Superior Status of 8th degree Black Belt.
After Mastering, the Art of Karate Samuel Pace moved to Europe. There he continued to pursue his dreams of Mastering Fine Arts. During his extended stay in Europe, he developed an immense love for jazz. The Art scene and Jazz scene quickly became his passion. The two loves of his life inspired the now famous series of works entitled “Jazz & Blue”. The critically renowned J&B series was created with a mixed media, using a variety of paints, acrylic, watercolors, India ink gash and abundance of water pastels. The mixtures were essential to capture the essence of Musicians Jamming and People Dancing. Mr. Pace wanted the world to see the beautiful scenes his mind produce as he listens to Jazz tunes. The Jazz & Blue series.
In addition to his impressive long list of achievements, is a matching set of commissioned credits. , Blue Note Record Executive and Legendary performer Nancy Wilson, Commissioned Duke Ellington for the Los Angeles Urban League, Timeless portrait of World renown drummer Elvin Jones for The Playboy Jazz Festival just to name a few. Samuel Pace client list range is as diverse as his works, ranging from Investment Firm Presidents; Major Jazz Facility to Government funded Properties to Private Collectors. Samuel Pace Fine Arts is quietly gaining a solid reputation, respect and admiration on the art scene. Mr. Pace now feels the time is right and he is eager to share with the world what he has previously only shared with family and close friends. Samuel Pace introduces his private works, Space 44 Fine Arts Studios