AVAILABLE ART new abstract florals and cows FOR SALE


please contact  the artist via gfastaia@gmail.com to inquire about purchasing a painting


"Vase of Heavy Poppies". 36x36 oil, Rustoleum, Murphy's oil soap, framed in ebony wood   $1495.00
''Poppies in tall vase'' 24x12x2 framed   $495.00
"Flowers in vase'' 30x30. framed, oil 2017            $1295.00 
"House Divided" 36x36 x 2 (framed) oil, Rustoleum.     $1495.00





"poppies in tall vase 2" 24x12x2, (framed) $495.00
"Watery Vase" 20x16x2 (framed) oil  2017.  $395.00

"My Process "VIDEO INTERVIEW IN MISSION LOCAL



PROCESS
I believe that what you discard or cover up in a painting is as important as what remains visible. The impetus behind every mark I make on the canvas is to “transform the mistake". I re-use old canvases, actively damaging and rebuilding the surface to affirm a concept of beauty in which our scars make us complex and whole. I have been refining an experimental technique for removing layers of paint which I call a lift. This unorthodox process reveals ghosts of underlying imagery and has become my own form of storytelling: visually communicating abstract concepts of impermanence and fragility. The process is completely unpredictable. By giving up control, I am forced to stay lighthearted and adaptable to the paintings evolution. There is liberation in non-attachment, and it is this irreverence which has, at its core, a fearless leap of faith.

                                                                                          

                                                     

STAGE ONE
sketched in figures,added tone, added soap for first reveal,washed with water

STAGE TWO
STAGE TWO
(detail) added light blue scumbling,tightening and defining overall design,  keeping to a limited palette of warm pinkbrowns

FINAL STAGE in the LIFT PROCESS

                        

Togetherness at Riverfront art Gallery SOLD OUT











Curious Pony 30x30
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Togetherness 36x36


                              Sunset Ponies. 30x30

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SOLD WORKS (Everything)

Please enjoy the Video describing my process. 

Find my work at Riverfront Art Gallery on Petaluma Blvd 
and Studio 333  at 333 Caledonia street in Sausalito.

Collectors will be pleased to find paintings at extraordinary prices reflecting my debut in the Sonoma art scene after a three year hiatus.



SOLD: Sebastopal Sheep, Three Dancers

California Highway One 36 x 36.   SOLD. Riverfront Gallery in Petaluma


Woman Tying Paper Lantern 48x48.   SOLD

Pony and Crow 36x60   Studio 333 Sausalito    SOLD































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solo exhibition photos nieto fine art





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excerpt from art business.com

Georgianne Fastaia artist art
"dripping paint, hidden faces, lots of texture, familiar and strange" Clare Coppel . "Georgianne has refined, nuanced and perfected her own unique style . Good art. See for yourself."Alan Bamberger    http://www.artbusiness.com/1open/051112a.html#.T82mYyT14Rg.faceboo






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Last day of Evocations of Mystery June 7th 2012

Thank you to the Friends and Patrons who have supported me through the years. 




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dyptich seacliff at nieto fine art

California Highway One.  diptych (2 at 36x36) SOLD

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From Gale Mckee


Greetings Friends and Patrons,
I appreciate the support and enthusiasm of all who have bought my paintings over the years, and would love to hear from you.! If you would like to contribute to a book project about my art.. published to coincide with my solo show, any expression will be gratefully received. What inspired you to purchase your painting? What has it added to your life? Please include anything that wish to say, including the name of your (favorite) painting. 
        

Hi Georgianne,
I would like to contribute to your project:

I first saw your work in the early 2000s at Starbuck's on Bryant St. in SF. I was IMMEDIATELY pulled intothe paintings; I could FEEL the texture, turmoil, and solitude, loneliness of each piece. I was moved.So I HAD to meet you and watch you paint. 

I followed your career for years (especially the "After the Flood" series)  and finally bought two paintings in2010, but wished I had done so earlier! They are hanging in my living room and inspire me every day

!I see/feel something new every time I look at them.
I believe it is because I am able to relate to the pieces, and yet not have everything "spelled out". There is space and a place to "dream" and add your own story. Abstraction and the figure merge in an effortless melange of texture, imperfections, and simplicity at the same time.


I wish you all the best, and look forward to your show and buying the book!
Cheers,
Gale S. McKee




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"Do not copy nature too closely. Art is an abstraction. Derive it from nature while dreaming in front of it." Paul Gaugin

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