Gallery #542B   

         July 29, 2017

Twelve Pieces by Contemporary Artist

                    Dolores Saul (Born 1959)

Dolores Saul - Evening Surf

Dolores Saul - Evening Surf

Dolores Saul - Ho´okipa Look Out

Dolores Saul - Ho´okipa Look Out

Dolores Saul -  Sushi in Maui

Dolores Saul - Sushi in Maui

Dolores Saul - Breath of Pe ahi (Jaws)

Dolores Saul - Breath of Pe ahi (Jaws)

Dolores Saul - Sound of Silence II

Dolores Saul - Sound of Silence II

Dolores Saul -  Hana Blue

Dolores Saul - Hana Blue

Dolores Saul - Oktoberbrandung (Surf in October at Maui North Shore)

Dolores Saul - Old Umbrella

Dolores Saul - Old Umbrella

Dolores Saul - Einsamkeit 1 (watercolor)

Dolores Saul - Turquoise Surf

Dolores Saul - Turquoise Surf

Dolores Saul - Waves (watercolor)

Dolores Saul - Waves (watercolor)

Dolores Saul - House of the Sun-Haleakalá

- Image of the Day -


"Evening Surf"


  Feature Artist Bio

By permission of the artist, The Cyber Art Show is pleased to feature the second of two 12-piece exhibitions of works by German 

landscape painter Dolores Saul (born 1959 in Frankfurt, Germany).

Dolores Saul is a contemporary German pastel artist. She has a 20-year old daughter and lives with her husband in a small village in the Taunus region near Frankfurt.


In 2003, after several years in high-performance sports (National Powerlifting Team) she discovered watercolor painting. She liked the challenge of the detailed work in this technique, but as a dental assistant and office manager that was perhaps not surprising. After having refined her technique during several years, she accidentally saw a beautiful tango pastel that completely fascinated her with its brilliance. During a workshop with a well-known German pastel artist in Northern Germany she first properly understood how to use balanced tonal values. After that, these good vibes led to her painting exclusively in pastel. She participated in online courses in the United States and Great Britain and learned from other master pastellists to use pastel colors. 


In 2009, she exhibited her pastels for the first time. Since then she has participated in numerous group exhibitions and also had several solo shows. Her paintings have sold in Europe and USA. In 2012, she won a Creative Award for a pastel on bark in Wiesbaden/Germany.


Dolores sometimes work as a freelance illustrator for childrens´books and poetry volumes. She also teaches beginners in pastel art. She gives pastel painting demonstrations in Germany and abroad during art fairs and at art supply stores. 


Dolores is on the board of the Arthouse Hochtaunuse V. She is also a member of several local art associations. She is happy to be a member of the Pastel Guild of Europe PGE,since 2014. She soon started assisting the PGE web master as website manager. She has also written articles for the PGE online magazine. Since 2016 she is a member of the PGE board. Since November 2014, Dolores has won the PGE Get Dusty Competition three times. She was five times awarded Second Place and four times Third Place. She was voted into `Best of Get Dusty`in 2015 and 2016. Now one of her pastels is nominated for the Art Award in Weilburg/Germany. 


Solo Shows 


- 2017 Amthof Gallery, Bad Camberg/ Germany  


- 2016, Spa Hotel Bad Kissingen/Germany 


- 2015 Wehrheim Town Hall/Germany 


- 2014 Villa Borgnis Gallery, Königstein/Germany 


- 2013 Oberursel Town Hall/Germany  


-2013 Gallery Sprachbildung Bad Vilbel/Germany 


- 2012 Winery F.Reichert/Germany 


- 2011 MVZ Friedrichsdorf/Germany


                                                               ARTIST'S OFFICIAL BIO                                                                                                                     



 Dolores Saul's 




                          ARTIST'S STATEMENT

Pastel is my favorite medium. I can express all my feelings and desires in my art. Striving for realism, I hope that my paintings invite the viewer to step closer and discover the subtle details in the shadows, brilliant light and reflections. I find my inspiration through my travels to foreign places like Hawaii, or in the vivid stories my Argentinian mother told to me who grew up on the Rio Paraná. The endless pampas, the rivers in the rainforest, the waterfalls or the glaciers at Perito Moreno feature in my work as does the Argentinian tango. The waves and colours of the Pacific and the beautiful nature of the islands of Hawaii brings the Aloha to me.”