Gay Germain is an artist whose formal education was in business.
She began her work under the tutelage of renowned sculptor, Leonda Finke,
and after four years gravitated toward painting.
Initially, Gay was drawn to explore watercolor, but later she expanded
her work to include oils, acrylic, and mixed media.
Gay has continued to broaden her focus by studying life drawing at the National
Academy of Design, and printmaking at the Robert Blackburn studio, both in New
York City. Currently, Gay studies at the Ringling School of Art in Sarasota,
Fl., under the guidance of master printer, Patrick Lindhart.
Germain is an award-winning artist whose paintings
have been featured in both solo and group exhibitions
at the following museums and galleries: the Daytona
Beach Museum of Arts and Sciences in Daytona Beach,
Florida, the Chelsea Art museum in East Norwich, New
York, the Nassau County Museum of Art in Roslyn Harbor,
New York, the Selby Gallery of the Ringling College of Art
and Design, and State of the Arts Gallery, both in
Sarasota, Florida. In addition, her work is in private
collections throughout the United States.
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