The Galveston Art League Gallery is located at 2117A Postoffice St. in Galveston. For more info go to GalvestonArtLeague.com.
As the Galveston Art League’s featured artist, Sandy Lamoey will be on exhibit through December 1st. Sandy Lamoey will exhibit a dozen or so of her paintings in the league’s gallery at 2117A Postoffice St. in Galveston.
After initially painting watercolors in a realistic vein, Lamoey segued into abstracts that often combine painting with handmade fiber paper from Asia. She also paints abstracts in oil using vivid colors and shapes to capture the imagination. (To learn more, visit “Sandy Lamoey – Art & Abstracts” on Facebook.)
Lamoey majored in graphic design at Ohio University, with typography and illustration foremost in her education. For many years she lived in Europe, where she visited museums and continued to study the works of the Old Masters as well as today’s modern artists who have influenced her work.
Lamoey is a professional member of the 105-year-old, all-volunteer Galveston Art League (learn more about membership levels for artists and non-artists at GalvestonArtLeague.com – click on “Join”). She received a first-place award in a 2018 Art League competition. The nonprofit Art League holds three competitions per year as part of its mission to expand art education and appreciation in Galveston County and beyond. Visit GalvestonArtLeague.com for details.