Grits, 16x20, acrylicTrey Finney $3200
Corn Crib #III, 12x12, acrylicTrey Finney $1700
Country Meander, 20x16, acrylicTrey Finney $3200
Pasture's Edge, 12x16, oilTrey Finney $1900
Shanty #X, 20x20, oilTtrey Finney $3700
SOLD - The Guardian, 30x36Trey Finney $6000
Revenant Silos, 20x16, acrylicTrey Finney $3200
Mr. B's Farmall, 18x24, acrylicTrey Finney $3800
SOLD - Barnyard Path, 24x24, oil on linenTrey Finney $4800
SOLD - Afternoon Nap,24x20, acrylic on canvasTrey Finney $4000
SOLD - Backyard Comfort • 24x24, oil on panelTrey Finney • $4800
SOLD - Reflective Pasture, 24x36, oilTrey Finney $5400
SOLD - Blue Ridge Meadow, 10x20, oil on linenTrey Finney $2000
Morning Smoke • 12x16, oil on linenTrey Finney • $1900
SOLD - Autumn Stroll • 24x24, oil on linenTrey Finney • $4800
SOLD - 43 & Friends • 24x36, oil on canvasTrey Finney • $5400
Corn Crib #I, 12x12, acrylicTrey Finney $1700
Shanty #III, 20x24, acrylicTrey Finney $4000
Born and raised in South Carolina, Trey Finney attended the College of Charleston from 1981 to 1983. In 1984 he transferred to the Ringling School of Art and Design in Sarasota, Florida where he graduated in 1987 with a degree in Illustration.
In 1989, after two years of working as an architectural illustrator, he was hired by Walt Disney Feature Animation and spent the next fifteen years as an animator with the Florida studio in Lake Buena Vista.
Since leaving Disney, he has been painting feverishly. His paintings convey a style he refers to as “Natural Impressions”, which is the application of the artist’s knowledge while under the influence of the subject; An impressionistic style with an emphasis on color, drawing, and an underlying abstract design.
Trey is a member of the Society of Animal Artists, Plein Air Painters of the Southeast, American Impressionist Society, and the Oil Painters of America. He has been juried into the annual “Birds in Art” shows hosted by the Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum and hangs in their permanent collection. In 2014 he won an “Award of Distinction” at The American Impressionist Society’s annual show, and in 2016 won second place at the prestigious “Plein Air Easton” show and sale. Other highlights include an “Award of Excellence” presented by the Society of Animal Artists and acceptance in national shows such as the”OPA National Exhibition”, “The OPA Salon”, “The OPA Eastern Regional” and Honorable Mention at 2014 “Plein Air Richmond”. Trey continues to create and offer his works in galleries throughout the Southeast.