A R T I S T O F T H E M O N T H - J A N U A R Y
Rose Marie Lundy
I studied art at the Brooklyn Museum Art School after the birth of my son in 1975. There I was able to take classes in clay sculpture, oil painting, and drawing from live models in pencil and charcoal. We were also exposed to stained glass cutting and designs. My last project was a stained glass hanging lamp which I also electrified. Later there were private lessons in Oriental Brush Stoke painting in Manhattan with Ms. Peling Liang who had trained in China. Using ink which we ground by hand, and various papers as well as silk, we learned the techniques of this art form. At this time, my work was displayed and sold at the Flushing Art League. Several ribbons were awarded for my work.
At the NAL, I studied watercolor with Ralph Acosta before becoming a student of Louise Fucci and Maryann Heinzen. Ann Bragg and Maxine Nodel have been my multimedia instructors. Bob Cariola has been the teacher who introduced me to acrylic and bas-relief painting. Finally, I was able to take many classes in Sumi painting with Winnie Tsai.
There have been ribbons at the NAL also, and two of my works are in a private
collection. During my teaching career I was accepted in DOE/Artist Salmagundi Juried Show. It has been a wonderful experience to be an artist at the National Art League
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