Artist Sadie Valeri Sadie Valeri studied drawing and painting at the Rhode Island School of Design, earning her BFA in Illustration in 1993. She later continued her education with living masters of classical realism including Ted Seth Jacobs, Juliette Aristides, Michael Grimaldi, Studio Escalier in France, and the Hudson River Fellowship with Jacob Collins. Sadie's paintings, evocative of the Dutch Golden Age of still life, have shown at prestigious galleries across the United States and Europe, and have attracted significant honors including First Prize for Still Life in the 2010 Art Renewal Center International Salon. Her work has been published in dozens of periodicals and books, and has been acquired by prestigious collections including the New Britain Museum of American Art. She has been invited to judge several painting competitions, including The Artists Magazine and the Art Renewal Center Salon. Sadie was a faculty member at the 2017 Portrait Society of America's annual conference, and a headlining presenter at F.A.C.E: Figurative Art Conference and Expo 2018. #art #painting #nature #flower

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