Oil Painting: GALLERY: Ellen Buselli's Still Lifes

15 Nov 2007

 

In the January 2008 issue of American Artist, New York City artist Ellen Buselli explains why she finds observing and understanding the nature of light and color so important. Her attention to light and color is also evident in the still lifes presented in this online exclusive gallery.

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Sunlit
2004, 18 x 15,
oil on linen. All
images this gallery
private collection
unless otherwise
indicated.
Blossom
2006, oil on linen,
20 x 24.
Pink Roses
2004, oil on linen,
14 x 18.

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Simple Pleasure
2002, oil on linen,
16 x 15.
Blackware, Papaya,
and Melon

2007, oil on linen,
10 x 14.
Blackware
2004, oil on linen,
18 x 15.

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The Chinese Jar
2007, oil on linen,
15 x 16. Courtesy Cheryl
Newby Gallery, Pawleys
Island, South Carolina.   

The Ming Vase
2007, oil on linen,
18 x 26. Courtesy Cheryl
Newby Gallery, Pawleys
Island, South Carolina.
Gerber Daisies
2007, oil on linen,
12 x 9. Courtesy Addison
Gallery, Boca Raton, Florida.

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alena wrote
on 17 Nov 2007 6:14 PM
GREAT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
J Beerbaum wrote
on 26 Nov 2007 4:43 PM
While all the still lifes are beautiful, Sunlit & the Chinese jar are two of the most exciting ones I've seen in a long time. Thank you
on 14 May 2009 1:05 PM

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on 25 Sep 2009 9:32 AM

For New York City artist Ellen Buselli, painting is centered on translating what she sees to canvas,