Since 1970, Dr. Craig Nelson has been depicting figures landscapes, and various environments in rich vibrant oils. His passion for the subjects relates directly to his brushwork, weaving mood and emotion into each work of art. After graduating from Art Center College of Design with distinction, Craig began his career working in Los Angeles for recording companies and motion picture studios, creating portraits and other subjects with strict deadlines. Craig's countless movie posters include "The Cowboys", "Slapshot", and "Homeward Bound" among many others. His album cover credits include, "Sammy Davis Jr. Live", "Rick Nelson, Country" and "Natalie Cole, Thankful" along with many more. Collectors include James Garner, Neil Simon, Toyota Corporation, UCLA Dental and Law School, the U.S. Air Force, UCSF Dental School, and many more. He has won over 200 awards of excellence and several gold medals. The "Arts for the Parks" national competition awarded Craig the Grand Teton Natural History Award for a painting entitled "Dining Alone". His work is collected in the United States, Asia as well as Europe. In 1974 Craig began teaching at Art Center College of Design and for the past 30 years has been sharing his knowledge at the Academy of Art University in San Francisco where he is the Executive Director of the School of Fine Art, MFA & BFA, Drawing, Painting, Printmaking, and Sculpture. Craig is currently a signature member of the California Art Club and a member of the Portrait Society of America. Craig's books "60 Minutes to Better Painting" and "The Drawing Bible" published by North Light are now available. He teaches two to three workshops a year which has gained in popularity attracting students from all over the United States and Europe. Craig's annual Figurative Painting workshop and his Sonoma Plein Air Painting workshop are held in Santa Rosa, California. His European Painting workshops have covered many areas throughout Italy and France, Austria, Holland, and the Italian Alps.
Craig Nelson, certified Prud'homme Sommelier and Market Manager at Craft Brand Co. joins us on this episode for some beers and an awesome chat! Listen in as Craig tells us all about his journey to becoming a Sommelier and how he got started into the craft beer world. We learn about how Craft Brand Company works with well renowned international breweries like Mikkeller and Omnipollo to provide their stellar offerings brewed fresh here in Ontario! Craig also chats with us about the importance of using our platforms to stand up for injustices that people are facing in our world today, and to act as a voice and platform for all marginalized groups. Finally Ryan and Craig wrap up with some serious nerding out over Star Wars, Mandalorian and the MCU....SPOILER ALERT!
Big Interview - #STAYSTRONG - Episode 3 (Craig Nelson)
SELK Grassroots - Podcast Network
Big Interview - #STAYSTRONG - Episode 3I speak to Craig Nelson, First Team Coach at Tooting Bec FC, Manager of Kenningwell United and Mental Health First AiderPodcast Sponsors Down to Play, Sports King TV, Home Food Plug, Baldon Sports Youth, Champagne Poker, Skipper & Clare Barnett Graphic DesignCharity XI Sponsors: TW Drainage, ReQuest, Warrens Roofing, Dave Cumberbatch Photography, NJP Graphic Design and Erith and Belvedere FC#selk #footballfamily #wegoagain #staystrong #12THMAN
. . . after I got in trouble, though, it was a, it was the realization that . . . more that I was OK, not that it was OK that I did that, but I was OK. That God loved me. He met me where I was in that jail cell. He . . . the grace was again overwhelming and it provided that launch pad for me to move past guilt and shame and holding that anger. And I could move on and . . .
Automate or Die - a chat with Craig Nelson, CEO of Opmantek
The MSP Culture Podcast
In this episode, we have our first guest! Craig Nelson, CEO of Opmantek joins us to talk about how a strong company culture allows them to be a leader in the Network Monitoring Software industry.Check them out at https://opmantek.com/ or contact the team at email@example.com
30: Sales Enablement: You've Come a Long Way Baby! - with Craig Nelson (SAP)
Sales Enablement has quite a history. And what better person to interview on this topic than Craig Nelson. Currently, Craig is the VP of Global Training and Enablement for SAP, but his roots in Sales Enablement go way back. First as a practitioner for NetIQ, LBMS and 3M, and then as co-founder and leader for one of the first Sales Enablement platform companies iCentera (which was acquired by Callidus Cloud and then SAP). We met Craig over a decade ago, when he co-founded led one of the first Sales Enablement companies, iCentera. He successfully sold this company to CallidusCloud, which was then acquired by SAP a few years ago. In this interview we discuss the roots of sales enablement, and the lessons learned from the early days that can guide us into the future. Craig outlines six key Sales Enablement use cases that SAP CX is focusing on in 2020, which can serve as a great guide for your own improvement efforts. https://www.linkedin.com/in/cnelson7/ #SAP #CX #iCentera #CallidusCloud #SalesEnablement #SalesReadiness #ContinuousLearning #ContinuousEnablement #ContinuousCoaching #BuyerEnablement #Salestech #Salestechnology #ContentManagement #ContentMarketing #BuyersJourney #SalesPlaybook #SalesTool #SellingTools
033: Craig Nelson, a student at McPherson College who is just starting his career path in the automotive world and who is now an intern at LeMay-America's Car Museum
Cars Yeah with Mark Greene
Craig is a veteran of the United States Navy. After his 20 year career serving our country he has embarked on a new journey in to automotive excellence. After earning an Associate’s Degree in Automotive Technology and Management, Craig enrolled in the Automotive Restoration Program at the prestigious McPherson College in Kansas. McPherson offers the only four-year educational program in automotive restoration and when Craig graduates he’ll have a Bachelors of Science in Technology with an Automotive Restoration emphasis. Craig is spending the summer as an intern at the LeMay-America’s Car Museum before returning to Kansas to continue his education at McPherson.