Landscape of pastel painting of sunset with lake also available as canvas copy at seascapesandlandscapes.artspan.com … [Read more...]
a photograph enhanced to be a digital art … [Read more...]
The brook in the woods, a nature landscape painting. Painted is painted in a representational realism style. Painting hangs horizontally. … [Read more...]
seascape moonlight and surf, featured at www.seascapesandlandscapes.artspan.com Gislee and canvas copies available … [Read more...]
Landscape painting of the Delaware Canal by New Hope Pennsylvania, done in the style of the New Hope Impressionists. The painting hangs horizontally. It has spring colors, showing … [Read more...]
It is painted on panel, oil, contact artist for original, prints are sold at http://www.seascapesandlandscapes.artistwebsites.com by Fine Art America … [Read more...]
Working primarily in oils Katalin Luczay is also adept in pastels and acrylics. She uses the traditional method of glazing to achieve luminosity and a play of light in her works. She describes her work as “filled with motion and light representing beauty and hope.”
Being inspired by her travels and visits to museums internationally, she matured as an artist. Soon after her flight from Hungary and having settled in New Jersey, she began successfully exhibiting her works in solo and juried shows and has won numerous awards. She is a recipient of a Manhattan Arts International Award.
The artist is also a recognized portrait painter and has many commissioned works in private collections internationally.
She has regularly exhibites in galleries in NJ and PA. She is an exhibiting member of the Guild of Creative Art in Shrewsbury, NJ. She is a member of the New Hope Art League, and Artsbridge and currently represented by Manhattan Art International NY.
The artist and her work have been featured in articles in such publications as the Hunterdon County Democrat in Hunterdon County, NJ and the Bucks County Herald in Bucks County, PA.
She has taught art in her studio for 30 years, as well as conducted classes for institutions such as Hunterdon Art Center, Somerville Art Center, and Senior Citizen Centers in NJ. She has also conducted demonstrations for individual groups.
Visit her website: www.seascapesandlandscapes.com