David Molesky, ‘Siren of Staten Island - Scout’, 2016, Andra Norris Gallery

'Siren of Staten Island'. Portrait of Scout dressed in white lingerie in an exterior nature scene on a foggy lake. Glimpse of the artist seen swimming in the background. Flowers in yellow and pink bloom at the canvases edge. David Molesky is an internationally recognized fine artist based in New York City known for his landscapes and figurative works.

Molelsky has self-proclaimed preoccupation with the magic of painting; the way a gooey substance is transformed to an illusionary image that arouses states of contemplation and empathy. His representational paintings of humans and environments have been featured in many museum exhibitions including: the Baltimore Museum of Art, Maryland; Pasinger Fabrik, Germany; Casa Dell’Architettura, Italy; and Telemarksgaleriet, Norway. David’s paintings are in the permanent collection of the Long Beach Museum of Art among other museum collections on both coasts and in Europe and Asia. He is the recipient of artist residencies through the Morris Graves Foundation, California; Fine Art Base, California; and the Fundacja Nakielska, Poland. Many publications have featured Molesky and his paintings including, to name a few: LA Times,The Washington Post, OC Weekly, New American Painting, Hi-Fructose, and Juxtapoz.

The canvas is 36 x 52 inches. oil on canvas. From Molesky's "Scoutfit" series.

Series: Scout

Signature: Artist signed, titled and dated

Image rights: artist copyright

About David Molesky

American, b. 1977, based in New York, NY, United States