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Sam’s paintings have been shown at the Reed Opera House Gallery, Et Cetera Gallery, Le Meitour Gallery (Multnomah Village), Blue Pepper, Elsinore Framing, Witness Tree Vineyard, the Capitol Building, Roy John Jeweler, Capital Manor, Talisman Jewelers, at the Salem Chamber Orchestra, and the collection was featured at each of SCO’s popular Summer Soirees in summer 2009. If your business is interested in displaying some of these paintings in your office, please contact us!
Purchasing a painting is a wonderful way to support SCO while building your own art collection.
For more information or to purchase a painting, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 503-480-1128. Visit www.srouslinart.com to view a selection of paintings. All paintings are matted and are either 16″ x 20″ or 20″ x 24″.
Artist Sam Rouslin has found much of his inspiration from contemporary artists, many of whom studied with Edgar Whitney, the legendary watercolorist and teacher at Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, New York. Within this body of work one finds a rational adherence to the classic principals of design, a full range of values, and exciting color. There is a healthy mix of the Impressionist’s approach to Realism, recognizable subjects with a sense of whimsy, and a pervasive lightness of spirit.
Coming to painting later in life, Sam has studied directly with Spencer Crooks, Al Albrektson, Carol Berren, Tony Couch, Don Stone, Ron Ranson, Ted Minchin, Ann Abgott, and Mel Stabin, over a period of 24 years. His paintings have been exhibited and owned from New England to the West Coast, U.K. and Israel; and are in several private and corporate collections.
Awards and memberships include the American Society of Marine Artists, Watercolor Society of Oregon, Rhode Island Watercolor Society, Providence Art Club, Cape Cod Art Association, Tucson Arts Foundation, and Dunedin Arts Association (FL).
This is a small sampling of the collection…
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