"Table for VI"
Transportation Series 2: Grandpa and Company, Circa 1895, West Sayville, Long Island, New York
Time Series 157: Reel to Real
Longitubinal Series 5: Tipsy, Topsy-Turvy
BARBARA ST. DENIS
painting, mixed media, other
Color, design, the figure, buildings and inanimate objects are the primary elements of my paintings. Symbols and shapes which represent my personal artistic journey, ie; my fascination with clocks and numbers, enable me to tell my story without portraying the final chapter. These elements are painted in watercolor, acrylic, and/or other water based material in an abstract format. Watermedia has been my medium of choice since the early 1980’s. Prior to that time, starting in 1963, I worked in oil, pen and ink and pastels. Most recently I have included found collage elements in much of my work. “I am an emotional painter and it is my desire to convey that idea to the viewer.”
From downtown Greenville, take College St to Buncombe St and continue onto Cedar Lane Rd (183) toward Pickens. Drive approximately 13-14 miles. Turn left onto Doberman Trail (a dead end street.) Destination is 3rd house on the right #196. Studio is in separate building at the end of the driveway behind the house.