Artists > Daria Shachmut
Construction Site, oil, 22 x 28, $4000
Skimming The Surface, oil, 20 x 24, $3200
Lifeguard, oil, 30x40, $6300
Context, oil on canvas, 24x30, $4300 SOLD
Sisters, oil, 14x11, $1300 SOLD
Ephemera, oil on panel, 30x24, $4500
Beloved, oil, 20x16, $3000
Abuela's Shawl, oil, 20x24, $3200
Long Ago, oil, 14x11, $1400
Sunflowers & Peppers, oil, 24x20, $3200
Monastery Beach, oil, 8x10, $1100
Spring In Big Sur, oil, 8x10, $850
Hiding Behind Momma, oil, 8x10, $900
Caught In The Act, oil, 24x20, $3200
Heading Home, oil, 16x20, $2800
Since moving to Carmel Highlands, California in 2007 and becoming fascinated by the Hereford cattle of El Sur Ranch and the Longhorn cattle of Bar 46 Ranch in the Central Valley, Daria Shachmut has focused on portraits conveying each animal’s temperament through its body gestures and in the unique light conditions of the Coast and the Central Valley. "I love these cattle; no two look alike and each one has a unique personality." Daria also delights in discovering the attitudes and personalities of human figures in her revealing impressionistic style.
Museum Exhibitions: Her work has been shown in prestigious museums including the Corning Museum, Corning, New York, the Minnesota Museum of American Art and is in the collection of the Oakland Museum, Oakland, California. Her work was featured in a half hour program, Portfolios, by KQED.
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