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Tranquility by Cory Still
SUSHI TIME by Cory Still
Cheeseburger in Paradise by Cory Still
Morning Delight by Cory Still
Lemon Fresh by Cory Still
Champagne Wishes by Cory Still
Vino 2 by Cory Still
World Champs by Cory Still
Cruisin The City by Cory Still
Golden Dome by Cory Still
The Fab Four by Cory Still
No Woman No Cry by Cory Still
Shaken not Stirred by Cory Still
YUMMY by Cory Still
America's Pastime by Cory Still
America's Pastime 2 by Cory Still
America's Pastime 3 by Cory Still
Pride of Detroit by Cory Still
Rainbow of Peppers by Cory Still
Nightcap 2 by Cory Still
Apprehension by Cory Still
Nightcap by Cory Still
Just Garlic by Cory Still
Tiger by Cory Still
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About Cory Still
My name is Cory Still. I grew up in Sunnyvale, CA., forty miles south of San Francisco. I now reside in Gilroy,CA. I had always enjoyed art growing up as a kid. I was the only one in my family with any real interest in art. I became most interested in art when I hit high school. I attended Bellarmine College Prep, in San Jose, CA. (1984-88), a very highly acclaimed academic and athletic school in California. It was a relatively small school, so there was much opportunity to grow as a student, person and a member of the community. There was much opportunity to learn the arts. It was a great preparation to the next level.
I chose to go to California State University, Long Beach.(1988-94) As we called it, The Beach. I majored in Art and Design. They have a very demanding program. This programs' classes main priority was in perfecting your hand skills. There was very little if any digital work. Unfortunately, I was unable to graduate. I had a terrible thing happen to me that ruined my college life. The one day, I took my whole portfolio to school to receive some critiques from my teachers, it was stolen out of my car. Five years worth of work, down the drain. I was devastated. I ended up quitting school. After this travesty, I had no passion for art anymore. I know this should not be an excuse, but I started to drink very heavily.
From 1994 to the mid 2000's, I worked in the golf industry. It was an interesting time. I thoroughly enjoyed it. I was able to meet many different and wonderful people in that span. After that chapter, I moved back to the Bay Area and had a few good jobs in the .com startup boom. But unfortunately again, they ended up going bankrupt. So that left me with bartending. So for about eight years I helped run the bar at the Gilroy Veteran's Memorial. I thoroughly enjoyed working there. Meeting all the Veteran's and learning all their incredible stories has been very interesting. My father was in the U.S. Navy and made a career with them after his tour of duty. That was fun and all but it just wasn't cutting it for me. I was drinking more and more, until it landed me in the hospital. In late 2012, I checked myself into rehab for two months, the best decision I ever made in my life. Have been sober since.
Since regaining my sobriety this past year (2013), my passion for art has been rejuvenated. I have been able to see and think a lot more clearly. I feel that I have had a positive influence on many of my friends and aquaintances showing that I am able to recover from a personal setback. My favorite medium is pen, ink, and marker. I am a very detailed oriented person, which shows up in my style of artwork. I view myself as a photo realist. I love when people ask me if I have been taking photos for very long. It blows them away when I tell them that all my drawings are done with markers, pen and ink. I hope you enjoy.