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Gayle Madeira

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25 artworks

American 21st Century Realist

Born 1969

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Young American

2017-2017

Oil

24 x 12 cms | 9 1/4 x 4 1/2 ins

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American Dreaming

2018

Oil

24 x 12 cms | 9 1/4 x 4 1/2 ins

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Young American Dreaming

2018

Oil

24 x 12 cms | 9 1/4 x 4 1/2 ins

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Subway Time Traveler

2018-2019

Oil

16 x 12 cms | 6 1/4 x 4 1/2 ins

Sunset on the N Train

2018-2019

Oil

10 x 8 x 0.5 cms | 3 3/4 x 3 x 0 ins

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Storm At Sea

2019-2019

Oil

16 x 16 x 0.3 cms | 6 1/4 x 6 1/4 x 0 ins

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Path to the Sea

2018

Oil

16 x 16 cms | 6 1/4 x 6 1/4 ins

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A Stormy Day in Stromness

2018

Oil

8.5 x 24 cms | 3 1/4 x 9 1/4 ins

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A Temporary State of Grace

2018

Oil

24 x 12 cms | 9 1/4 x 4 1/2 ins

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Window to the Sea

2018

Oil

8 x 9.5 cms | 3 x 3 1/2 ins

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Gayle Madeira (b. 1969 Texas) was raised on a farm in Virginia where developed an intense love for nature. A shy child, she began making art at a young age as well as dancing. Later, with a BFA in dance from SUNY Purchase and a move to NYC, Gayle made her living dancing and doing illustration and graphic design.

Starting in 2013, Gayle decided to fulfill her lifelong dream of being a fine artist working in oils. She studied under many wonderful teachers at Grand Central Academy, New York Academy of Art, The Art Students League, and Salmagundi Club with teachers Alyssa Monks, David Kassan, Quang Ho, Chris Raccioppi, Travis Schlaht, Ted Minoff, and Patrick Byrne, among others.

Gayle’s work has been exhibited at The MEAM Museum, Sotheby’s Los Angeles, The National Arts Club, Salmagundi Club, Williamsburg Art and Historical Center, Principle Gallery, Foundation Gallery, and the New York Hall of Science, among others. Her paintings have appeared in various magazines, books, and films and have been finalists in the Art Renewal Center’s juried salons (2017, 2016, 2015), the Portrait Society of America (2018, 2016) competition, and the Artist’s Magazine (2015, 2009).

The following has been said about her work: “Gayle’s paintings encapsulate moments of beauty in a timeless fashion. They transcend any real place and time and send the viewer into a parallel reality. Her style is influenced equally by old masters and contemporary art and she masters them both. While naturalistic, it is subjective and captures the spirit of the subject imbued with a relatable melancholy.”

Natural Pigments

Featured Artist – ongoing

 

The Portrait Society of America Member’s Only

Finalist – Portrait category – 2018

 

National Oil & Acrylic Painters’ Society Fall 2018 Online Show

Merit Award – 2018

 

Art Renewal Center 13th International Salon

Finalist – Figurative category – 2018

 

Art Renewal Center 12th International Salon

Finalist – Still life category – 2016

 

The Portrait Society of America Member’s Only

Finalist – Still life category – 2016

 

Artists Magazine

Finalist – Still life category – 2015

 

Art Renewal Center

Finalist – Animal category – 2015

 

Artists Magazine

Finalist – Portraits/figures category – 2014

 

Artists Magazine

Finalist – Animal/wildlife category – 2009

 

National Association of Women Artists
Dorothy Tabak Memorial Award – 2004

 

Manhattan Arts International
Award of Excellence – 2003

The Foundation Gallery, New Orleans, Louisiana, 2013-2017