Paintings On Canvas

Abstract

My  abstract paintings evoke the emotional reactions that aspects of nature stir within me. I play with the relationships of forms, colors and gestural marks. I often begin mixing up a few chosen colors. Sometimes I’m affected by the rhythms and mood of music. One stroke of paint leads to another, and soon there is a dialogue between the canvas and me.

“I look for essential forms and disregard extraneous details.”

~ Hilda Green Demsky, Artist ~

 

Landscapes

When I see a landscape with flowing water or reflections in a tranquil pond, my creative energy is stimulated.

I visualize where I’m going and what I’m going to paint. I enjoy painting “en plein air.”

“Demsky experiments with the play of colors against each other, allowing flecks of contrasting and complementary hues to set up vibrating fields of visual energy.”

 

~ Eleanor Heartney, Contributing Editor, Art in America ~

 

Cosmos

Inspired by my visit to a launch at the Kennedy Space Center, I paint my own interpretation of the planets and celestial phenomena.

“The beauty of our planet brings serenity in turbulent times.” ~ Hilda Green Demsky, Artist ~

 

Environment

Concerned about pollution in our rivers and oceans, I created paintings about garbage in our waterways. I painted the detritus in Long Island Sound and had an invitational exhibition in Mykonos, Greece to show the pollution of the water is hurting the marine environment globally.

“Her work is exciting and powerful”

~ Cornelia Seckel, Art Times ~

All art work is FOR SALE unless noted. 

Prices upon request range from $800 to $3000.

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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.