"Abstraction Revisited"

Oct 29 - Nov 23

Artist's Statement

I always knew I wanted to be an artist. My love of nature and especially flowing water, I attribute to growing up on the banks of the Susquehanna River in Pennsylvania.

I followed my dream and graduated from Carnegie Mellon University with a Fine Arts Degree in Painting and Design.

My paintings reflect havens I seek for  peaceful places to think about the diversity of our planet. I often paint, “en plain air” or from my imagination. Oil paint gives me the fluidity and richness of colors that I prefer.

When I was awarded a Christa McAuliffe Fellowship from the United States Government in memory of the teacher astronaut, I developed a strong interest in space exploration as a subject for my art. I have returned to this theme periodically, interweaving my abstract paintings with references to the cosmos. I continued to explore new possibilities in my visual journey by also working on clear heavy Mylar instead of canvas.

My goal is to create a vision of the physical world moving and changing and to experience it as something that is exciting, fresh and new.

Mylar exhibit with artist

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The Flow of the Artist's Life and Work

A retrospective book highlighting six decades of Hilda Green Demsky's body of work. Filled with 105 color photos of her extraordinary paintings and arranged chronologically into six chapters. 103 pages. Book designed by Louise Londin Designs, NYC.