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Louise Kasza

February FA, Louise Kasza, Mixed Media
FEBRUARY: Artist Statement

Creating art is an inborn need for me. It is something that is a constant part of my life. We live in a world of speed and instant gratification, often missing the beauty and magical moments of the world around us. I like to harness those moments and the occasional humor they suggest and transform them into art. A memory or a feeling from that memory can often spark the creation of an image as well. It is my objective to bring the pleasures of those being human moments to my viewers.

Artist Bio

Early on Louise became a member of the El Camino Art Association in Pismo Beach and became President of the association, and over time she became the costume and set designer for a local theater.  

Louise became a member of the Carlsbad-Oceanside Art League and eventually became their President. Louise also works as one of the designers for Lemax, a company that manufactures and sells miniature porcelain-lighted buildings available in the United States and all over the world.

Louise has won many awards at the COAL Gallery. She currently works in acrylic, oils, watercolor, printmaking, digital art, and collage. She is inspired by the world around her and the endless possibilities provided when trying new techniques.

Louise Kasza has created art all her life. After earning a Bachelors Degree in Architectural Design from the University of Illinois in Chicago she and her family moved to California. They settled on the Central Coast where she began painting in earnest. Louise became a member of the El Camino Art Association in Pismo Beach. There she sold her art, became President of the association, and did demonstrations in acrylic painting. Over time she became the costume and set designer for a local theater. Before moving to southern California she took classes from Robert Burridge at a local college in Santa Maria. After the move, Louise became a member of the Carlsbad-Oceanside Art League and eventually became their President. Seeking to hone her artistic abilities, she took classes with Diane Adams and Tony Richards from Mira Costa College and Lian Zhen. Louise also works as one of the designers for Lemax, a company that manufactures and sells miniature porcelain-lighted buildings available in the United States and all over the world. Louise has won three Best of Shows along with many other awards at the COAL Gallery. She currently works in acrylic, oils, watercolor, printmaking, digital art, and collage. She is inspired by the world around her and the endless possibilities provided when trying new techniques.

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