I have been studying and making art for several decades: as a watercolorist, collage maker, sculptor and, most recently, student of abstract drawing. For me, the joy of art is in creating something out of nothing. My most exciting moment is taking a blank sheet of paper and making the first mark. All else flows from that. I enjoy exploring the interplay between the concepts in my mind and the movements of my hand. My work is defined by color. And finally, I do not consider any piece complete until it is seen by you, the viewer.
Natalee Rosenstein began her explorations of art at the Brooklyn Museum School of Art in the 1980s where she studied watercolor. She continues studying watercolor, sculptng and collage at the School of visual Arts and the Woodstock School of Art. In recent years she began studying stone carving, working in alabaster and soap stone. Since her retirement from a thirty-five year career in book publishing, she has concentrated on studying abstract drawing under the capable tutelage of Meredith Rosier at the Woodstock School of Art.
Pastel, graphite and pencil (17.25 x 14.125 in.) $450 (framed)
Broken Windows #8
Pastel, graphite and pencil (8 x 8 in.) $250 (unframed)
A la Joan
Pastel, graphite and pencil (15 x 15 in.) NFS (framed)