All works shown on the website are framed in a black floater and are available for sale and ready to hang. Her work ranges in size from 4" x 4" to 30" x 40".Most Recent Resume 2012-2016
Her recent exhibitions (2014-2016) are at Port Clyde Art Gallery, featuring over 10 pieces of Abandoned Maine Vintage Vehicles and Maine Produce as well as scenes from Monhegan Island.
About the Artist: DiTa Ondek has worked with watercolors for 15 years and other media (Polaroid transfers and digital photography) with past gallery shows in Texas, Connecticut, Maine, New York and Florida.(1985-2000)
Recently, she is painting with acrylics, has studied with Philip Frey, Bobbi Heath, Irene Plummer, Debra Arter and Angela Anderson. DiTa resides in Tenants Harbor, Maine. She is known among her fellow artists as a "colorist."Every painting is like a wonderland reflection of the best parts of the world. Ever impulsive, bright, and whimsical, DiTa's artwork reflects the vibrant colors of her soul. There's an integrity and honesty captured in each piece that will inspire a sense of wonder and exploration in her viewers and collectors.
DiTa is also a poet & has been published in the Goose River Anthology, Jump Lines, The Loft Anthology Lay Bare the Canvas and The Taste of Ink by the High Tide Poets. Her poetic aesthetic is whimsical yet controlled. She enjoys writing in traditional forms as well as in free verse. .
Artist Statement: My work is a connection to my everyday: evocative colors, unexpected patterns of light or the sublime quality of ordinary objects. Beginning with canvases primed in purples, reds, yellow or black, I work to create a current, vibrant painting. The underpaintings make the colors vibrate. My paintings evolve with fearless broad strokes and bright colors from drawings, plein air sketches or photographs. While being primarily self-taught, I have combined the influence of prominent artists with whom I have studied to develop a style of my own: images - moments frozen fresh and bright.