Sunday, March 14, 2010

Aline Ordman















Name: Aline Ordman, PSA
URL: http://www.alineordman.com/
Bio: Aline receive her BFA at Cornell University, Ithaca, NY in 1975 and continued her training at the Academy of Art College in San Francisco, earning a degree in Illustration in 1982. She developed an early love affair with pastels, influenced by Degas, Marie Cassatt and Berthe Morisot, as well as by the American Impressionists John Singer Sargent and William Merritt Chase. Aline Ordman has extensive background in teaching. She has more than twenty years of collective experience teaching figure drawing and pastel figures and landscapes, at the Academy of Art in San Francisco, Lebanon College in Lebanon, NH. Maryland Hall for Creative Arts, Annapolis, MD and at the Hood Museum, Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH and AVA Gallery in Lebanon, NH.
Aline was honored with The Great American Artworks Award at the 33 rd Annual juried exhibition of the Pastel Society of America in New York City in 2005.
Aline has had the remarkable achievement of winning the 1st place in the Figure Category and the 3rd place in the Landscape Category in the 2010 Pastel 100 competition held by the Pastel Journal.
Media: Pastel, oil
Subjects: Figurative, portrait, landscape.
Style: Representational to impressionist
Navigation: The structure of this website is somewhat unusual. But it can be navigated without too much difficulty, even if the page width exceeds my screen setup. The link from Figures back to Portfolio does not work, nor does Exhibit work from the Landscapes gallery – in fact Exhibit does not function as one would expect it to do, to link each image within a gallery in series – for example, using Exhibit, the 3rd image in Landscapes is in fact a portrait ....
Gallery: Gallery, Figures (within, but separate to, Gallery), Portraits, Landscapes.
Image View: Paintings do not get an individual rating, but the stated size is from 9” x 12” to 18” x 24”. Each thumbnail enlarges to give the medium -you are not informed in advance. Haystacks is 16x20 ins.
Demo: No.
Blog/Ebay/Flickr/: No.

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