Friday, February 19, 2010

Elissa Prystauk

Name: Elissa Prystauk, PSA
Bio: A New Jersey native, Elissa Prystauk received her BFA from Rutgers University and continued her studies at Urbino University in Italy, the Newark School of Fine and Industrial Art, the School of Visual Arts in New York, and Brooklyn Art Museum. She is a signature member of the American Pastel Society, and board member of Catherine Lorillard Wolfe Art ClubShe is an artist member of the Salmagundi Club,  a resident member of the Pen & Brush, and a member of the Hudson Valley Art AssociationShe is listed in Who’s Who in America, Who’s Who in American Art, and Who’s Who in American Women.

Elissa's work has appeared at an invitational show in Taiwan; she won an award at the Art du Pastel art show in Giverny, France, and an Award of Merit at Eastern Shore Art show in Alabama. She was the recipient of the AAPL (American Artists Professional League) Medal of Honor at the 76th Grand National Exhibition in New York City, 2004 for her pastel Fall Day. In toto, her remarkable resume lists more than 70 national and international awards, solo shows, juried exhibitions, public collections, and galleries.
Her paintings and pastels have also been featured in The Best of Oil Painting from Northlight books, Rockport publishers, L’Art du Pastel en France/The Art of Pastel, National Taiwan Arts/International Pastel Artists, Savvy Living magazine, Morris Magazine and cover of the state New Jersey Calendar. Her work has also appeared at the Cropsey Museum in Hudson Valley, and at the Hunterdon, Monmouth and Morris Museums in New Jersey.
Medium: Pastel, oil.
Subjects: Landscape, Still Life.
Style: Impressionist.
Navigation: Main menu remains at top. There are three pages of images, two of these being pastels.
Gallery: Pastels; Oils.
Image View: The galleries consist of thumbnails. Enlargements are displayed in a slideshow, and thus may not be downloaded. There is no information on the dimensions of the original paintings, except for that on the home page – Sunflower Field in Tuscany, 46 x 34 ins.
Blog/Demo/Ebay/Flickr: No.

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