Gaye Elise Beda's Story

Gaye Elise Beda’s Artist Statement

Early training and formal studies were driven by a deep interest in the beauty of everyday human nobility. Ernest Kirchner and Hieronymus Bosch were heavy influences that shaped her personal style. In 1975 she moved to New York City, and opened her life to the challenges of the main Art stream. Her sharp strong color became intensely personal and complex. Continuing her love of life drawing and through active involvement with the Salmagundi Club and the Women in the Arts Foundation, her composition blossomed through direct contact with her contemporaries. Ms. Beda has been published in many books and magazines. See www.gayeelisebeda.com for more details. And her collectors are from all over the World.

Ms. Beda's drive lead her to trips throughout Italy, Israel, the Bahamas, Hungary, San Miquel de Allende, Mexico and Singapore where she discovers a very human condition. The most recent Singapore Series are representational yet broken up by clear, mature color in an almost impressionistic manner. She creates atmospheric unique compositions through the sense of color and theatrical lighting. This achieves new and intriguing effects with strong contrast.

Feel Free to personally write for Q & A;

email: gayelise@netscape.net

 

 

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Published Artwork:

Women in the Arts Feature and http://issuu.com/lieslmarelli/docs/wia278-july-issuu/1e=2826034/8436921; full magazine http://issuu.com/lieslmarelli/docs/wia278-july-issuu

Marque WHO'S WHO'S Lifetime Achievement Award 2018. see https://lifetimeachievement.com/2018/02/23/gaye-elise-beda/

Listed in Synchronopedia "Women Who Shaped America History" see www.synchronopedia.com/wwsah_candidate_list.htm

Dr. Sandra Indig Article "Talking About Linking Private Space to Public Venue" see http://sindig.com/talking-about-linking-private-space-to-public-venue/

Manhattan Arts International, 1998 Volume 15 No. 1 page 9

Manhattan Arts International, Presentation Power Tools for Fine Artists, 1998 pages 32, 33, 77, 83, 84

Rockport Publishers, Landscape Inspirations, 1998 page 53 ISBN: 1-56496-384-5

Rockport Publishers, The Best of Acrylic Painting, 1996 page 44 ISBN: 1-56496-268-7

Manhattan Arts International Magazine, Summer 1997 page 21

Manhattan Arts International Magazine, Summer 1995 page 4

Seafood Leader, Seattle Washington, 1994, Vol. 14. No 5, pp 141

The Statesman, Stoney Brook University, March 14th, 1994

     New York Reviews, Woman in the Arts

Marque WHO'S WHO'S of American Woman, 1994. 18th Edition, England, UK

Marque WHO'S WHO'S of American Woman, 1993. 48th Edition, England, UK

Marque WHO'S WHO'S in the East, 1993. 24th Edition, England, UK

Seafood Leader, Seattle Washington, 1992, Vol. 12. No 5, pp 176-177

Artspeaks, New York, NY May 1990 Vol.XII, No.16

Artspeaks, New York, NY May 1989 Vol.XI, No.4

Artspeaks, New York, NY June 1,1989 Vol.X, No.19

Art Gallery International, Tulsa, OK 1998

Encyclopedia of Living Artists in America, Directors Guild Publishers Renaissance, Ca 1989-1987

Art Times, Mt. Marion, New York Vol. 3, No 6. 1987

Artspeaks, New York, NY May 1989 Vol.VIII, No.15 1986

Artspeaks, New York, NY May 1989 Vol.VIII, No.16 1986

 

Education:

College of Wooster, Wooster, Ohio, USA    BA

School of Visual Arts, New York City, USA   BA