Warren Chang, “The Dukes of Hazard Concept Art for Atari 2600 (Roscoe & Enos)” 1982. Gouache on illustration board. 20×15″ in 22×17.25x.75″ frame.Featured in The Art of Atari, Page 224. The Dukes of Hazard game was in development for a time but was ultimately never completed nor released. Born and bred in Monterey, California, Warren Chang (b. 1957) graduated from the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena in 1981, where he earned a B.F.A. in illustration with honors. He thrived for two decades as an award-winning illustrator in both California and New York, when he transitioned to a career as a fine artist starting in the year 2000. His concept designs formed the backbone of Atari’s Consumer Division in the early 80s, creating and contributing to some of the most beloved imagery of the videogame era. Chang has become renowned for his art since his transition to fine art 15 years ago, earning many awards and honors, which include induction as Master Signature member of the prestigious Oil Painters of America, the largest organization of oil painters in the United States. One of only 50 to receive this honor. His awards also include Best of Show awards in the Salon International in 2003 and the Raymar Contest in 2009. In addition his work has been profiled in many publications, including the covers of American Artist and International Artists magazines accompanying his articles on instructional painting. Now based in his Monterey studio, he is an inveterate and popular teacher, currently affiliated with San Francisco’s Academy of Art University.
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