My work was mentioned in a CBS article written by Kristina Ruiz-Healy.
“This abstract figurative painter, influenced by the Bay Area figurative
movement and German expressionism, offers magnetizing pieces presenting
the opportunity for personal psychological experience. This is a gift
for the person on your list who enjoys art history and has an emotional
connection to art. Prices range from $95 to $2,000. Shilo can be reached
by phone or e-mail. View samples of her work by visiting her website.”
The wait is finally over the book, Face Figure Identity is now complete! It’s the newest addition to the Sprocketbox art book catalogs with full-color images and works from 22 groundbreaking emerging. This book is a survey of twenty-two contemporary artists who paint humanity in a new light. The work validates the human being as a continually worthy subject for artistic study. All paintings presented in this publication were created within the past three. I am really grateful to have my work be part of this compilation.
The work I create generally incorporates a figure. This 24”x18” painting is one of a few abstract paintings I am working on to help reenergize my painting process so that I can better concentrate on my figurative work.
I ran into a bit of a road block last week doing the last coating on the heart. I followed the suggested use by the manufacturer using a roller. However, the roller I used shed on the heart. As soon as I noticed I switched to the brush however half the heart has some roller particles which are noticeable. Initially, this caused an array of emotions which included aggravation as well as deep disappointment. However, now after regrouping this was quite the learning experience on so many levels. The heart still looks great and I am happy with how it turned out.
I’m getting excited for this weekends event. “This is just one of the oil paintings that will be on display and for sale this weekend. A percentage of all my sales this weekend will be donated to HDSA.org.