Shilo Ratner
Woodbridge, Connecticut

Shilo Ratner delves beyond the anatomical to study the psychological depth of a person. By focusing on the emotional state of her subjects, Shilo intensifies a mere mannerism into a pose replete with human sensitivity. Her playful use of light and shadow and her economy of color articulates a tension in the painting.

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Discover Original Art by Shilo Ratner | Light of Love oil painting | Art for Sale Online at UGallery

Light of Love
12" x 12" , oil painting
$875

Silence
12" x 12" , oil painting
$875

Man Thinking
9" x 12" , mixed media artwork
$625


Playground
12" x 9" , mixed media artwork
$625

Waiting to Dance
12" x 9" , mixed media artwork
$625

Comfortable with Our Love
9" x 12" , mixed media artwork
$625


Cherry Blossom
12" x 12" , acrylic painting
$775

Two Figures
12" x 12" , acrylic painting
$775

Two Children
16" x 12" , acrylic painting
$450


In the Crowd
16" x 12" , mixed media artwork
$475


Favorite Pastime
5" x 5" , acrylic painting
$325

Nude by Window
17" x 11" , mixed media artwork
$475

The Embrace
12" x 9.5" , mixed media artwork
$375


Snowman
7" x 5" , mixed media artwork
$225


Artist and Customer Comments


Shilo Ratner 2/5/2015 | 4:25 PM

Two pieces posted on my Ugallery page won awards this week. An Award of Excellence was given for my piece on panel “Two Figures” and an Award of Merit for “Comfortable with Our Love” in the 4th Biannual Competition, Four Point Contemporary, Online Gallery with Juror: Ahyor Thompson. Submissions were received from artists from approximately 32 countries.

Shilo Ratner 1/14/2015 | 3:58 PM

Another year has begun. Really excited for how this year is unfolding art wise. I'm in the process of working on several small oil paintings for a portfolio review I have in April. Keeping my fingers crossed that I get a majority of my work done by the end of February.

Shilo Ratner 2/7/2013 | 1:16 PM

Artist Update: I just posted "The Embrace" on the site.

Shilo Ratner 11/28/2012 | 7:18 PM

This is my first post ever on the Ugallery website. My intention for the next two weeks will be to spend a little less time in the studio and some more time sketching as well as meditating. This fall felt like a mad dash to get the public art project completed and to finish some artworks for clients. Now that I have some time to regroup I am going to take a few days to just be.