Sheila Mann is a working artist who uses all kinds of substrates as her canvases. She has studied at New York’s Museum of Modern Art and The New York School of Design. She renders in all media on a broad range of subject matter.
Primarily a fine artist working in oil, watercolor and color pencil, Sheila is also an accomplished muralist and illustrator. Her work has been exhibited in galleries and shows throughout New Jersey, and has also been exhibited at New York City’s Lincoln Center. Several of her works of art have been selected for inclusion in the book, THROUGH THE EYES OF WOMEN OF THE 20TH CENTURY.
Sheila was president of the Suburban Artist Guild of East Brunswick, NJ for ten years. She recently served several years on the Board of Directors of the Dover Art League in Dover, DE.
Sheila’s artwork is characterized by her statement: “My basic philosophy is that art exists everywhere and it is the task of the artist to capture forever what might otherwise be fleeting. Art is also a way to express feelings that are not easily spoken.”
Sheila works in her home studio where she also gives private lessons. She is available to paint requested subject matter on commission.
Web Site: sheilamannart.com