Monday, May 30, 2011

Karen Margulis

Name: Karen Margulis, PSA
Bio: Karen Margulis received her Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Florida; she went on to study for her masters in Art Education at Florida Atlantic University but it wasn’t until 2005 that she began painting seriously. Karen is a productive daily painter, posting daily to her blog every day - she estimates that she has completed about a mile of paper!
She has studied with Albert Handell, Anita Louise West, Terry Ludwig, Stan Sperlak and Margaret Dyer. She continues to study with Marsha Savage. Her paintings hang in private and corporate collections around the world including the University of Alabama’s Gorgas Library and the caneel Bay Resort on St. John, USVI. (Karen traveled extensively with her family throughout the US and Caribbean and many of Karen’s paintings are inspired by her memories and photos of her travels.) She has had work juried into regional and international shows receiving awards and positive reviews.
Karen is represented by the following fine art galleries in the Southeast: High Country Art in Blue Ridge, Georgia, Bella Vista Fine Art in Asheville, North Carolina and Frameworks Gallery in Marietta, Georgia, and Primary Elements Gallery in Cannon Beach, Oregon. She a Signature member of the Pastel Society of America and a Member of Excellence in the Southeastern Pastel Society. Karen lives in Marietta, Georgia, USA.
Medium: Pastel.
Subjects: Landscapes – especially wildflowers. Karen is passionate about plein air painting.
Style: Impressionistic.
Navigation: This website is a blog.
Gallery: A single page of images.
Image View: The eighteen or so images posted in the gallery have some information available if you rest the cursor on the image. They open in a slideviewer when clicked, and may be downloaded. Don’t miss the images in the blog proper. Purple Haze is 16 x 20 ins, 1024 x 819, 190 KB.
Blog: Paintings are posted in chronological order, as in all blogs, the most recent on top.
Demo/Ebay/Flickr: No

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