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cultivating a vibrant arts community and by
ensuring that the arts are accessible to all.

Shelley Tabakman

We are bombarded by frightening news, scary images, a pandemic, and political strife. If we allow it, we can spend most of our day anxious, fearful, and alienated. It is important to do what we can to not only fight for a better world, but to find the time to find enjoyment and beauty in our daily lives.

Drawing and painting have always brought me, both, intellectual challenge and contentment. I am drawn to colors and the geometry in images. Sometimes I don’t know what is drawing me into what I see. But it makes me happy. I hope that looking at some of my paintings brings some joy or nice memories of images past to you, too.

Shelley Tabakman’s would have had her artwork on display at Saratoga Visitors Center for the month of October. 

View From High Tea
acrylic on canvas
10″x10″ framed
$100

Ding Dong School
acrylic on canvas
6″x6″ unframed
$75

Tropical Garden in London
acrylic on canvas
23.5″x19.5″ unframed
$275

Canal Boats London
acrylic on canvas
12″x12″ unframed
$175

Evening Stroll
acrylic on canvas
23.5″x19.5″ framed
$300

Romantic Bricks
acrylic on canvas
24.5″x20.5″ framed
$750

Eccleston Square Gardens London
acrylic on canvas
26″x11″ framed
$425

Saratoga Morning
acrylic on canvas
10″x10″ unframed
$175

A Storm is Brewing
acrylic on canvas
10″x10″ unframed
$75

Where the Path Leads You
acrylic on canvas
22.5″x18.5″ framed
$400

Graffiti 
acrylic on canvas
10″x10″ framed
$150

January
acrylic on canvas
12″x9″ unframed
$170

The Deep
acrylic on canvas
16″x20″ unframed
$350

Regents Canal
acrylic on canvas
21″x17″ framed
$350

Pacific
acrylic on canvas
23″x18″ framed
$325