This painting of found feathers explores relationships of color, texture, and form with symbolism.
Yesterday’s Thorns, by Saskia Ozols. (oil on prepared panel, 2023)
This painting explores contrasts in texture and symbolism.
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In front of the Boston Public Library on Copley Square, Boston, MA. in 2012. One of the locations from my course Boston’s Museums, Art Collections and
New Class Announcement: New Orleans Museums, Art Collections and Artists
Join us at 4 Different Locations to investigate the Artistic Process from Creation to Exhibition. This seminar explores the contributions, impact, and diversity of the
Drawing the Antique at the New Orleans Museum of Art, June 12-16th, 2023
Please join us in the New Orleans Museum of Art this June 12-16th. Working directly in front of a source at NOMA is an unforgettable
A Commission for the Anglican Church of Moscow, and kiddos helping.
I was invited to produce a design for the Anglican Church of Moscow. The kiddos and I worked diligently to create something that would work.
Painting with Babies
I took this photo as I was preparing for my 2013 solo exhibition Binate, which opened on Julia st. in the Arts District of New
2013 Art Exhibit in Philadelphia. ” Saskia Ozols Eubanks showcases nature’s beauty, through graceful, sinuous lines. Eubanks recreates traditional classicism from paintings of the New England landscape to academic paintings of nudes, flowers and fruits.” (Gina DeCagna, Best of Contemporary Realism)
This photo was taken by one of the owners of the gallery in Philadelphia, 2013. Lorraine Riesenbach invited me to exhibit in Artist’s House Gallery
William Emlen Cresson European Traveling Scholarship: Saskia Ozols, year 2000.
I won the Cresson European traveling Scholarship in the year 2000, https://pafaarchives.org/page/cresson as a third year student at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts https://www.pafa.org/about
New Orleans Flora: 6 Paintings by Saskia Ozols on view at Indra Botanica Nov. 12
Please join us at Indra Botanica to view flower inspired artwork by Saskia Ozols, Indra Ozols, and Auseklis Ozols. 639 N. Murat St, 70119. Saturday
This painting, Survivor, was part of a series of paintings I did about passages in 2017. Passage between place, situation and environment. It is a
Pink for Breast Cancer Awareness Month: Celebrating Survivors through Art.
October is breast cancer awareness month; I am sharing this painting as a reminder as the pink in this sasanqua is also used for remembrance
Saskia Ozols, MFA; Education, Exhibitions and Curatorial/Teaching Experience
Education Master’s Degree in Fine Arts, Drawing and Painting, 2003. Museum School of the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts Four Year Certificate of Fine Arts,
New Paintings included in upcoming Le Mieux Galleries Exhibit, “And Now for Something New” Opening August 6th, 2022
Please Join us on White Linen Night, at Le Mieux Galleries to view some new work. The exhibition, And Now For Something New Part IV, will be on view for the
Art as Life
For me the act of living is inextricably tied to the act of painting. Art is life. If we seek out truth and beauty to
Varnish Day! Preparing for an Exhibition
Varnish day for paintings in preparation for exhibition! Almost the last step….why varnish ? Varnish provides a protective layer between the painting and the environment.
Arrangement with Passionflowers, Thorns, and Moth.
Arrangement with Passion Flowers, Thorns, and Moth with a Butterfly Vase. This painting represents juxtapositions and cyclical occurences between relationships of opposites. It depicts the
This painting represents the movement between seasons through the representation of the last blossoms of one tree with the ripening fruit of another.
Happy International Women’s Day !
This painting represents both stasis and action through the combination of two contrasting gestures. I painted it in early spring while living in Moscow awaiting
Waiting Through Winter (Kumquats with Meyer Lemon Blossoms in Antique Delft)
Fresh off of the easel and finally finished ! I began this painting last autumn when the fruit on my kumquat tree was first ripening.
New Growth After a Storm
This painting is arranged from the new growth that appeared after a difficult storm. Hurricane Ida tore through my garden while I watched, removing every
“White Sasanquas in a Netherlandish Cup,” by Saskia Ozols, featured in Fine Art Connoisseur Magazine July/August 2021
The July/August issue of Fine Art Connoisseur Magazine has included the painting: White Sasanquas in a Netherlandish Cup by Saskia Ozols. In the article, “Blooms
Winter Garden II: Sasanquas in a Netherlandish Cup
This is the second painting in this new series of small works celebrating the local flora of New Orleans. Small gems of color, these compositions
Winter Garden I: Sasanqua in Chinese Pot
If there were only is one thing to love about December in New Orleans, for me it would be a celebration of sasanquas. A simple
Breaking Free was part of a series of paintings entitled Metamorphoses which I exhibited in 2009. The work explored the process of change and the
The Oil Sketch
The oil sketch is a vital step of the painting process for me. Each large multi-figure composition I create is prepared as a result of
Conflict and Resolution (Jacob and Esau)
This painting is from a series entitled Binate which I exhibited in 2013. It was inspired by the idea of binate entities and their relationship
On the Easel Today: Summer Flowers
Crepe Mrytle, Bouganvilla, Gardenia, Jasmine, Hibiscus, Plumbego, Kumquat blossoms, lemon tree flowers, and iris. The summer garden is so plentiful, and during these difficult times
On Losing One’s Work, “The end of a melody is not its goal: but nonetheless, had the melody not reached its end it would not have reached its goal either.” ― Nietzche
We are taught that loss is a part of life and that all things come to an end in order to birth something new. We
Home is where the Art is (Abandoned Nest I-VII, Re-defining Interpretations of Home)
This painting was one of a series of twelve I created during 2016-2017. The 5-6 foot paintings of abandoned nests investigated understandings of home while
Today’s Darkness, Tomorrow’s Light
The number of things to worry ourselves about today are almost too many to list. I keep visualizing this painting, remembering my process throughout its
Ars Longa, Vitae Brevis . Art is long, life is short, a lesson from my father and also title of this painting. I will forever
Change alone is eternal, perpetual, immortal…(Schopenhauer) I painted this Oil sketch of Stonehenge during Midsummer 1999, en plein air, while seated on the cool grass
Imitation is natural to man from childhood, one of his advantages over the lower animals being this, that he is the most imitative creature in the world, and learns at first by imitation.” (Aristotle, Poetics)
“Mom! I want to paint too….” The balance of home/work/family life under the current global circumstances has brought issues to mind that might not otherwise