Gallery Exhibits

The creative juices have been flowing this summer. Sculpting will always be front and center in what I do, but I’m also applying some sculpting techniques to paintings and wall art. I’m happy to announce that two new galleries have accepted my work. TinselTown, a new “year round” Christmas shop has just opened on Somerset Street and they will be carrying my original Christmas characters. I’ll be releasing the photographs of the new Christmas collection in the next week. For art collectors, you can see everything else I do at the new “Dutch Hill Gallery” in Spencerville. The grand opening of the new gallery, located in a renovated century old barn, takes place on Saturday, September 15th. You can find directions and information at http://www.thedutchhill.com

Here are examples of some art scuptures and wall art I will have on display at the gallery.

This piece is called “The Bath” and is 18″ wide x 14″ tall. Glass bubbles accent the bath scene.

Below is a series of three “Birch Tree” three-dimensional wall art. Sizes range from 48″ x 12″ to 7″ x 16″. I use a combination of wood, acrylic and wax.

Last but not least is my acrylic and polymer mermaid. I used metalic paints to create a sea shell finish. 48″ x 9″.

Stay tuned next week for information on TinselTown and my collection of Father Christmas from different parts of the world.

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About mariasaracino

Figurative Artist
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2 Responses to Gallery Exhibits

  1. Deanna says:

    awesome! 🙂

  2. Shirley Lee Klein says:

    I LOVE “The Bath”. How does one get one? So glad you are still working, and sharing your talents with us. Shirley Lee Klein

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