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Travis Collinson is a visual artist whose work focuses on the subtleties of observation and perception. His art has been included in numerous group and solo exhibitions throughout the country. He has received reviews in the San Francisco Chronicle, Orange County Register, and other media outlets and his work is in both private and public collections (Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Archive).
In addition to painting and drawing his projects have included the children’s book Things Are Scary (2010 Draw Books), and the ongoing web comic Simple Town Press. His painting Mound was used for the cover of Jean-Paul Didierlaurent's novel El lector del tren de las 6.27 (2015 Seix Barral). He was raised in Apple Valley California and currently resides in San Francisco California.
Travis Collinson is a painter based in San Francisco, California having a degree from California State University of Fullerton. Apart from painting, Collinson is in several print projects. He was involved in the children’s book Things Are Scary and the web comic Simple Town Press. His paintings have a nostalgic elegance, similar to magazine illustrations with faded colours. His work is exhibited in public and private collections such as Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Archive. (http://everythingwithatwist.com/2016/04/13/travis-collinson-portraits/)