Sam Liberman has been painting colorful art work for over 35 years. He now works primarily with pastels, while also fashioning a number of oils each year and drawing on an almost daily basis.
His work is primarily landscapes, including seascapes, skies, mountains, flowers, swamps, architecture and almost any outdoor setting you can imagine. In the past two years he has also been painting figures on a regular basis.
Sam's work has been exhibited in over 50 competitive national and international art exhibitions. In June, 2009, he had a one person exhibition at The Butler Institute of American Arts, probably the top national venue for pastel artists in this country.
For a preview of his work, please visit his website at: http://samlibermanart.com
His work will be displayed at the KOH Library and Cultural Center through November 3, 2010. All work (originals and prints) is for sale, with a percentage going to the KOH Library and Cultural Center.