When people asked me how I got started in television, I always blame it on Jeff Bramscreiber!
I met Jeff during the early 90’s at an art and wine festival. We became instant friends. Everyone who meets Jeff feels the same way. Jeff’s a truly a good soul.
Jeff believed in me long before I believed in me. It was Jeff who booked me for a series of demonstrations at various art groups in the area. And Jeff who booked me to demonstrate at University Art. Those demonstrations in front of live audiences were the perfect training ground for my painting show.
We recently exhibited together at the Triton Museum and I fell in love with the watercolor of the man. Jeff mentioned he was going to paint a female companion piece. When I came back the next day, Jeff arrived smiling with the beautiful woman. I bought them both.
You’ll notice there’s no link to his name. It’s a bit hard to find him on the internet.
That’s because he’s out there in the world tirelessly supporting everyone he meets. He’s a true philanthropist in every sense of the word.
I love Jeff Bramschreiber’s work. It doesn’t matter what medium, he seems to excel at them all.
The art world, heck the entire world is lucky he’s on the planet! He inspires through his work. He inspires through his deeds. And his inspiration inspires others to inspire. It doesn’t get any better than that.