May 11 - 12 , Site: 471
1000 Loyola Drive
Los Altos, CA 94024
Ruth-Anne Siegel grew up on Long Island and from a very young age knew that she wanted to be an artist. Siegel’s family encouraged her artistic interests by frequently visiting the various museums and galleries in New York City. She attended the Rhode Island School of Design and received a BFA in graphic design. Siegel has spent her career working as a graphic designer in New York City and now in the San Francisco Bay area. Recognizing her desire to create fine art, she began painting in oils, collage, and acrylics.
Siegel is an acrylic painter of abstract art with a botanical flair. Her abstract floral portraits are bold with vibrant colors and expressive paint strokes. With flowers, she has the freedom to capture impressions of colors, light, and movement with brushwork filled with emotion. With thick paint, palette knives, and silky brushes, Siegel is able to create a textured canvas that brings the viewer into this world of enveloping buds, blossoms, and twisting, turning growth.
Siegel’s work is in collections throughout the US and internationally. She resides in Northern California. Member: Women’s Networking Alliance; International Society of Acrylic Painters, Associate Member