Love the rich colors, I find the crystals intriguing; pure magic, the perfect marriage between talent and technology; lovely combination of colors, fascinating dimensions of color … [Read more...]
A magnificent ghostly painting. I couldn't have planned this painting if I tried. The flow just went where it wanted with little help from me. When the paint settled down, I … [Read more...]
This art piece has a lot to look. The colors are so vibrant and complimentary to one another, that one cannot help to keep looking at the various symbols. The smaller spirals are … [Read more...]
The complimentary colors of red and green set the stage for this painting. There are other colors but one must stand back and look. There are many objects to observe as the eye … [Read more...]
This painting is heavily painted with several layers of fluid acrylics. I love the softness of the colors. The lavender and gold warms up the entire painting. You will receive … [Read more...]
This painting definitely is qualified for the name of New York Lights - Disposition. The colors represent lights, action, evening, midnight, orderly, fun, happy, New Years Eve. … [Read more...]
Harmony is exactly the perfect description for this painting. The soft colors of dark brown, tan, turquois and coco gives you the sense of relaxation. Completed with a Satin … [Read more...]
The beginning of this mixed medium painting began with several layers of Nepalese Lokta paper applied on the canvas. I formed beautiful patterns with the paper and then applied … [Read more...]
This painting is composed of bold rich red and contrasts with black and cream. It is contemporary and modern. Being a complete square, top can be hung any way you choose. There … [Read more...]
This painting is a brilliant ocean scene created with my own blend of acrylic paints, oils, polymers and glazes. The colors are pure and complimentary to one another. The orange … [Read more...]
Also known in the area of Fox Valley of St. Charles, Il, where Carole presently lives, she has captured the beauty in several series of landscape paintings, she calls the Ponds of St. Charles. Most of these originated painting plein-air and finishing in her studio with final details from a photograph.
In the 1990’s, one of Carole’s largest accomplishments in Watercolor is having nine paintings published by an Illinois Art Company, Artistic Impressions. The originals were lithographed on canvas and thousands were sold in this party plan company stationed in the Midwest. The originals were given back to her after several years and she now owns the rights on these popular images created by herself.
I find abstract the challenge of my life because one must create internally and be able to express what they feel on canvas by visualizing composition in a very different form. Rich, true color plays a big and important part in my paintings. I want my paintings to be alive. I absolutely love the look of strong clean color on my canvas. With my knowledge of chemistry, I’ve taken blending paint and polymers to another level by moving the paint as I want it to flow. My style of painting abstract and contemporary art is unique and in itself, my signature.” Carole J Sluski