Phiris Sickels Abstract Landscape Collaborative Watercolor and Gouache Painting
Phiris Kathryn Sickels (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 20th/21st century); Ann Averback (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 20th/21st century); Kathleen Cochran Zimbicki (Pennsylvania, born 1934)
Untitled (abstract landscape), 21st century
Watercolor and gouache painting on synthetic Yupo paper
Signed to the lower right
Phiris Sickels specializes in watercolor paintings, creating expressive abstract forms and colorful compositions to create playful scenes of cityscapes and everyday life. When discussing her art, she expressed, “I hope that people can see that I‘m having fun and that they also enjoy my work.” Sickels studied Fine Arts at the Carnegie Institute of Technology, she is on the board at the Pittsburgh Society of Artists, the Pittsburgh Watercolor Society, and co-manager of the Eastside Gallery, Pittsburgh.
Kathleen Zimbicki is a fixture in the Pittsburgh art scene as an artist, art advocate, and teacher. She has been painting her whole life and is primarily known for her whimsical and colorful watercolor paintings. She studied under Joseph Shepler and Henry Koerner, and has exhibited her work all over the world. Zimbicki’s art can be found in the many private and public collections, including the Beard Collection, Australia, Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh, and Steubenville Construction Co., Steubenville, OH. For additional information about the artist, click on the link below.
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- paper remnants, accretions, minor scratches, scuffs, and peeled loss to paint scattered throughout; negligible creases and handling wear to paper at the edges of the sheet.