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"On The Way to Kingston"

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  Feature Artist Bio

Louise Sackett - On The Way to Kingston

Louise Sackett - On The Way to Kingston

Louise Sackett - Rinda's LLamas Don't Live Here Anymore 2

Louise Sackett - Rinda's LLamas Don't Live Here Anymore 2

Louise Sackett - Taos Hollyhocks

Louise Sackett - Taos Hollyhocks

Louise Sackett - Country Road Spring

Louise Sackett - Country Road Spring

Louise Sackett - Old Friends

Louise Sackett - Old Friends

Louise Sackett - Palo Verde Path

Louise Sackett - Palo Verde Path

Louise Sackett - Road Home

Louise Sackett - Road Home

Louise Sackett - 4th St. Antiques

Louise Sackett - 4th St. Antiques

Louise Sackett - Fall Color in the Canyon

Louise Sackett - Fall Color in the Canyon

Louise Sackett - Bear Paw Backyard

Louise Sackett - Bear Paw Backyard

Louise Sackett - Light Crescendo

Louise Sackett - Light Crescendo

Louise Sackett - Day Is Done

Louise Sackett - Day Is Done

                                                     

                                                                ARTIST'S OFFICIAL BIO                                                                                                    http://louisesackettfineart.com/about                                               

 

 

 

Louis Sackett's 

OFFICIAL WEBSITE  

                                                       http://louisesackettfineart.com/                                                

 

By permission of the artist, The Cyber Art Show is pleased to feature the second of two 12-piece exhibitions of works by contemporary American landscape painter Louise Sackett (born 1947 in Gardner, Massachusetts). 

Louise attended the Worcester Art Museum School. While living in California, she earned a BA in graphic communication (emphasis printmaking) from San Diego State University and a Master of Science, Instructional Technology from National University in San Diego. Louise then worked as a digital artist for more than 25 years, creating training for the Navy

She has increased her abilities via workshops from such well-known artists as; David Leffel, Dianna Ponting, Sally Strand, Cathey Cadieux, Phil Starke, Greg LaRock, and many others. Louise teaches art via private arrangement and an annual pastel workshop held in her Wind Canyon Studio.

She is a member of the Tucson Pastel Society, Tucson Plein Air Society, New Mexico Plein Air Painters, New Mexico Pastel Society, Black Range Painters, OPS(Outdoor Painters Society), and International Plein Air Painters Society (IPAP). She has won numerous First-Place awards and was IPAP’s featured artist for January 2012. 

She has been an exhibiting member of the Clairemont Art Guild, San Diego Pastel Society, Black Range Painters and Fine Line Artists. Louise has also showed independently in COAL gallery shows (Carlsbad Oceanside Art Gallery) Carlsbad CA, the Bonita Museum Art Show, Bonita CA, Gallery 21, Balbao Park, San Diego CA, the Torrey Pines Plein Air Festival, San Diego CA, most recently at Clifton AZ's Coronado Gallery and the Las Cruces Museum of Art, plus numerous other Southern California venues.


Her work is held in private collections in Maine, New Hampshire, Washington, Colorado, New Mexico, Massachusetts, Iowa, Texas, New Mexico and California.

Louise's Blog:

http://pleinspeaking.blogspot.com/

Professional Affiliations

 

  • Fine Line Artists

  • OPS (Outdoor Painters Society)

  • IPAP (International Plein Air Painters)

  • Plein Air Painters New Mexico

  • Black Range Painters

  • Tucson Plein Air Painting Society

  • Tucson Pastel Society

 

Gallery #431B

    November 12, 2016

Twelve Pieces by Contemporary Artist

                  Louise Sackett (Born 1947)

               ARTIST'S STATEMENT
 

"Working in plein air means that I do not dictate what I will find that day. I may not have studio control over lighting, transience of subject (yes they moved the darned boat), even of what the weather does.

 

What little control a plein air painter has is found in the mind, the command of composition, the colors used and not used, the emphasis placed and the facility with materials. But mostly the empathy of understanding, the feeling conveyed.