Artist Of The Month: Novermber 

Sascha Rybinski

My objective when painting is to typify a mood. 

Sascha holds a BFA in painting from Florida State University.

She has two cats adopted

from

Abandoned Pet Rescue

Wiggle and Dudley.

 

Commission inquiries should be directed to robotswan at

gmail.com

The appeal of painting lies in the human hand, and the “error” created where the hand meets the medium.

What makes us interesting are our flaws, our mistakes. The things we do that fall outside of perfect.

 

We don’t notice what is normal or expected, we notice what falls outside of that. 

Influences include

Andres Derain,

Kees Van Dongen, Kandinsky,

Mary Blair,

William Theibaud,

Eric Carle,

and

Japanese art from the

Edo period. 

I paint botanicals to celebrate the beauty, joy and mystery of flowers.

 

Flowers have a posture, a mood, as much as any living thing. 

My My objective when painting is to

typify a mood.


I started painting cats when I was volunteering at Abandoned Pet Rescue, a no-kill animal shelter in Fort Lauderdale.

My objective with an animal portrait is to infuse it with life, returning the animal’s vibrance to the viewer.   

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