Thursday, November 19, 2009
In Process: large landscape by Sandra Galda
Here is a shot of my ongoing work on a much neglected landscape--I stand right on that chair and paint it while it hangs. This behemoth needs sooooo much work...it really is my large exercise in "cutting my teeth" on landscape. When I really get into it, I take the monster down and put in on my oak easel. It is 50 x60 inches..I stretched it for one of my art classes at Harvard and have since over painted it with this scene in progress. I rarely paint landscapes now, my agenda is to paint daily and still life just seems to be the best way for me to learn fast and paint daily--right in my home. I few years ago I painted a number of huge landscapes for theater sets. I have also done much smaller landscape paintings in the past. If interested in purchasing contact my email address firstname.lastname@example.org or use PayPal button if included in this post. Thanks for looking, tell me what you think-leave a comment! Paintings by Sandra Galda are copyright.
I have always loved and been busy making art. Education: B.S. in Graphic Design from SUNY at Buffalo and a Master of Liberal Arts degree in 2008 (concentrated in Art History), from Harvard University. Six years post graduate study and training at Ingbretson Studios http://studio.ingbretson.com/ learning the Boston Style of contemporary realism. I paint on a regular basis and am busy teaching art. You can find some of the results here on this artblog. If you are interested in purchasing any available image posted in this blog, contact my email address at email@example.com or use the pay pal button if included on the post. Remember to click on the phrase "older posts" at the bottom of the page to see works posted earlier, for a larger selection. All artwork sold as unframed unless otherwise stated.