g.a. Sheller is recognized as one of the country's leading artists
in the synthesis of watercolor and photography, and
is a renowned colorist whose paintings highlight
landscapes and plant forms. Her work is featured in the 1997
Winter issue of Watercolor with an article written
by M. Stephen Doherty, editor of American Artist
Magazine. She is a member of Who's Who in American
Art, Strathmore's Who's Who and holds a Bachelor of
Fine Art degree from the College of New Rochelle
with additional graduate study at Pennsylvania State
University and with Robert Reed at Yale University.
g.a. is profiled in the Who's Who of the International
Biographical Centre, Cambridge, England and has been
named to the 2000 Outstanding Artists and Designers
of the 20th Century by the I.B.C. g.a. is an associate
member of the American Watercolor Society and the
National Watercolor Society.
g.a. has completed over 100 commissions and her work is found
in corporate and private collections in the U.S. and overseas.
has received numerous awards in national exhibitions and has shown
her work throughout the U.S. and England. For over 30 years,
has conducted painting workshops in the U.S., Ireland, Scotland,
France, and Greece. g.a. Sheller teaches ongoing painting and
classes at the Creative Workshop of the Memorial Art Gallery, University
of Rochester (NY), where she has been on the faculty since 1983.