Flloyd Sobczak is a contemporary artist living and working in Erie, CO. With a background in science and art his work in focused on a dialog with nature created in painting, sculpture and environmental art with his most recent paintings focusing on the landscape near his home. Born in Buffalo, NY Flloyd studied art at Daemen College and the State University of New York at Buffalo receiving his BFA in1980 and MFA in1984. His work has been shown in the Albright Knox Art Gallery and Hallwalls in Buffalo, Core Art Space in Denver and on US Forest Service land in Montana.


My work is an ongoing conversation with the natural world and our place in that world. I see my work as a visual journal, recorded forms and images of what I see around me and how I interpret that interaction through various media. Nature offers us a glimpse into a world that many are too busy to stop, notice or even care about. My work is focused on that glimpse and to share that view with whomever is willing to stop and take a look.

Early Fall Cottonwoods (Large) A large painting in acrylic of a grove of cottonwood trees in early fall at the southern end of the East Side Art Institute property in Erie, CO Size: 30×48 in. Wired for hanging

Early Fall Cottonwoods (Large)