Shelly Malkin

Alt text: Painting of streaked clouds 

Shelly Malkin
Cloud no. 24, 2019
Watercolor and natural mineral pigments on paper
8 1/4 H. × 8 1/4 W. inches

 

Alt text: Painting of streaked clouds where the sky shows through the gaps

Shelly Malkin
Cloud no. 9, 2019
Watercolor and natural mineral pigments on paper
8 1/4 H. × 8 1/4 W. inches

Alt text: Painting of the sky showing through breaks in poofy clouds 

Shelly Malkin
Cloud no. 50, 2019
Watercolor and natural mineral pigments on paper
8 1/4 H. × 8 1/4 W. inches

Alt text: Painting of clouds reflecting a sunny, golden-hour sky

Shelly Malkin
Cloud no. 28, 2019
Watercolor and natural mineral pigments on paper
8 1/4 H. × 8 1/4 W. inches

Alt text: Abstract painting of clouds streaking across the sky

Shelly Malkin
Cloud no. 21, 2019
Watercolor and natural mineral pigments on paper
8 1/4 H. × 8 1/4 W. inches

Alt text: Painting of the sun shining through a break in dark clouds that appear as rippling sheets

Shelly Malkin
Cloud no. 42, 2019
Watercolor and natural mineral pigments on paper
8 1/4 H. × 8 1/4 W. inches

Alt text: Painting of a cloud filled sky at sunset

Shelly Malkin
Cloud no. 53, 2019
Watercolor and natural mineral pigments on paper
8 1/4 H. × 8 1/4 W. inches

Alt text: Painting of the sun shining through a cloudy haze

Shelly Malkin
Cloud no. 16, 2019
Watercolor and natural mineral pigments on paper
8 1/4 H. × 8 1/4 W. inches

Alt text: Painting of two round cumulus clouds above thin wispy clouds at sunrise

Shelly Malkin
Cloud no. 30, 2019
Watercolor and natural mineral pigments on paper
8 1/4 H. × 8 1/4 W. inches

Alt text: Painting of streaming clouds with a celestial body floating in the bottom left quadrant

Shelly Malkin
Cloud no. 49, 2019
Watercolor and natural mineral pigments on paper
8 1/4 H. × 8 1/4 W. inches

Alt text: Painting of formless clouds at sunset

Shelly Malkin
Cloud no. 81, 2019
Watercolor and natural mineral pigments on paper
8 1/4 H. × 8 1/4 W. inches

Alt text: Painting of streaming clouds

Shelly Malkin
Cloud, 2019
Watercolor and natural mineral pigments on paper
8 1/4 H. × 8 1/4 W. inches

Alt text: Watercolor painting of a single cresting wave

Shelly Malkin
Crashing Wave #3, 2018
Watercolor and natural mineral pigments on paper
35 3/8 H. × 70 13/16 W. inches

Artist Description

Amongst many things, Shelly Malkin is an environmentalist and has worked on behalf of numerous environmental causes, including the New York Restoration Project and the Natural Resources Defense Council. She is also an avid outdoors woman with a passion for skiing and rock climbing that has taken her all over the world. The natural landscapes that she experiences on her adventures often provide an almost divine inspiration for her paintings; her large-scale watercolors sensitively combine mica and iridescent pigments to create sweeping panoramas that are simultaneously intimate and vast. As she says, “I don’t plan each piece beforehand, and I don’t really know what will be the end result, but the journey is exciting.”

Shelly Malkin grew up in New York City and attended the Dalton School. She graduated from Princeton University with a degree in Art History and a minor in European Cultural Studies, and went on to teach at the Nightingale-Bamford School in New York. She studied painting at the School of Visual Arts and the National Academy of Design under Serge Hollerbach in New York City, and at the Silvermine Arts Center and the Renaissance Workshop of Dmitri Wright in Connecticut. She is a member of the Advisory Council of the Princeton University Art Museum.

Malkin has participated in group shows at the National Academy of Design and at the Greenwich Art Society and has had a number of solo shows at Arcadia Gallery in Old Greenwich and at the Audubon Gallery.

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