Sally Baldino Bio
The soft color and muted strokes of watercolor magically capture the movement, sound and mood expressed in the painted works of Sally Baldino. A devoted watercolorist for many years, Sally portrays the scenic landscapes and dramatic settings recalled from her extensive travels in the Mediterranean, Europe, and North America.
Her most recent works celebrate the images of Tuscany and Lake Como. One of her Tuscan landscapes was published in the April, 2002, issue of Victoria Magazine.
Sally describes her work as creative impressionism. Her choices are varied which she feels keeps her fresh, and she enjoys painting on location because it is really about capturing the sense of light and atmosphere which adds spontaneity to her work.
Sally has studied with professional artists Judi Betts, Robert Dodge, Frank Webb, Timothy Clark and Joseph Bohler. She has completed classes at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts in Philadelphia.
Member of :
ARTSBRIDGE, Lambertville, NJ, 1995-2012
Artists of Yardley, 1995-2012
Chester County Art Association, 2012-present day
"Frankly Speaking" exhibit at Maris Grove, Glens Mills, PA
Lower Makefield Performing Arts
Bell's Tavern of Lambertville, New Jersey
Artsbridge members exhibit, 2007-2008
ARTISTS of YARDLEY Exhibit, 2004-2009
30th Annual Designer Show, Buckingham, PA
Splendors in Art, Anita Gronandall Studio, Doyestown, PA, 2002
CANAL REFLECTIONS JURIED EXHIBITION, CANAL FRAME
DOYESTOWN ART LEAGUE, Tri-State Open Juried Fine Art Exhibition, Sabine Rose Gallery
THREADS, Juried exhibit at Gallery 125, Trenton, NJ
PHILLIPS MILL ANNUAL JURIED EXHIBITION, 2006,07, 09
Spring Splendor Art Exhibit at the Barn Studio Gallery, Doylestown, PA
First Open Juried Exhibition at Artsbridge, Lambertville, NJ
Third Annual Juried Show, Louisa Melrose Gallery, Buckingham, PA
Picasso Juried Exhibit, Washington, DC
She has a BS Degree from the College of New Jersey and a Masters Degree in Education from ARCADIA UNIVERSITY.
Private collectors in New York and throughout the United States display many of Sally's works.