Sheila Grabarsky
Bluffton, South Carolina

Sheila Grabarsky is an abstract painter living and working on the New Jersey shore. She is known for her bold and expressive gestural brushstrokes, juxtaposition of contrasting colors, and spontaneity in her paintings. Sheila’s animated paintings have been compared to those of Vasily Kandinsky, the Russian painter and art theorist referred to as “the father of abstraction.” And, like Kandinsky, the essence of inner beauty and the potency of the human spirit are key factors in her art. Fun fact: Sheila’s work is featured in a 2016 movie called American Pastoral. The film, starring Ewan McGregor and Dakota Fanning, is set in post-war New York during the flourishing abstract expressionism movement.

Orange Segment 2
30" x 40" , acrylic painting
$2,700

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We Need Bees
36" x 36" , acrylic painting
$2,750

Summerscape
24" x 36" , mixed media artwork
$1,900


Puppy's Dream
24" x 24" , acrylic painting
$1,150

Lake Effect
24" x 20" , acrylic painting
$1,150

Max's Garden
30" x 40" , mixed media artwork
$2,700


Calling Butterflies
24" x 30" , acrylic painting
$1,675

Fantasy Garden #6
40" x 30" , mixed media artwork
$2,700

Crazy Daisy
24" x 30" , acrylic painting
$1,675


Pink Cloud
24" x 36" , mixed media artwork
$1,900

White Oak
36" x 24" , acrylic painting
$1,900

Coloring Memories
36" x 24" , acrylic painting
$1,900


The Beach Rocks
24" x 30" , acrylic painting
$1,675

Up Like Seven
24" x 30" , mixed media artwork
$1,675


Wild Orange Horse
36" x 36" , acrylic painting
$2,750

Lotus Tree
36" x 36" , acrylic painting
$2,750

Fantasy Garden 14
33" x 33" , acrylic painting
$2,375


Some Birds Don't Fly
24" x 30" , mixed media artwork
$1,600

Through the Snow
24" x 24" , acrylic painting
$1,150


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commentsWild Orange Horse
n dunn purchased this artwork. 9/15/2019 | 3:18 PM

we love this energetic painting so much! thank you, Sheila