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Recent featured news article on and in the Star Ledger.  "Hopes for 2023 include calm, love, peace, health and acceptance".  Written and Photographed by Karim Shamsi-Basha. 

133rd Annual Exhibition of the National Association of Women Artists takes place at One Art Space, 23 Warren Street, in Tribeca, NYC, NY 10007 and online at  Show begins on October 14 thru 29, 2022. Reception is October 20, 2022.

Framed painting "Race Point #1", and the artist Julie Castillo.

"Then & Now", The National Association of Women Artists' Show at the Monmouth Museum in Lincroft, New Jersey, April-May 15, 2022.  Pictured here is "Race Point #1", Cape Cod.  This a "juried in" showing of approximately 63 works of art (selected from 260 submissions) that also include 15 works dating between 1915-1980.  Always proud to be a part of the NAWA family of extraordinary women artists' showing at the beautiful Monmouth Museum.  Did you know the National Association of Women Artists (NAWA) was established in 1889 by five progressive women artists'?  Originally founded as the Woman's Art Club, today known as The National Association of Women Artists.  It was with great difficulty in 1889 for women to display their art publicly.  Thank you to those women for paving the way for women artists today!

Photos from  MvVoAdArt Show 2020 in the Oculus, New York City at the World Trade Center.  Featured Artist and Group showings on the massive Led Displays.  View the show online at and

Teresa Pyskaty photos MvVoAdArtSow2020-1

©Teresa Pyskaty 2020

Teresa Pyskaty photos at MVVO AdArtShow

©Teresa Pyskaty 2020

Teresa Pyskaty photos MvVoAdArtShow2020

©Teresa Pyskaty 2020


Travels, landscapes, experiences in nature and people inspire, giving me new material to create!  I always have a sketch pad available on hand.  It is one of the most important tools any artist can have.  Photography helps me to see things at a later date, but it is only a tool.  Something happens as I make a drawing.  It can better be defined as a meditative state.  All outside influences are tuned out.  

Pencil sketching Ule' Po' O!  Puppy.
Sketching the Cape Cod, MA.


Recently incorporating water soluble drawing pencils with watercolor crayons/sticks & oil sticks both on canvas and on Oleo paper, has given Julie a natural freedom of expression only a solid paint stick can give.  The use of these new tools to create, allow for a drawing/painting expressive style with watercolors, gouache, egg tempra, pastels, oils; sculpting with clay and paper; and printmaking.

Realizing a major change in her work with these newer materials has been a revelation.  The great illustrators turned fine artists, such as Hopper, O'Keeffe, Homer, Benton, Kollwitz, Cadmus, Bellows and many others have influenced and inspired her.

Painting materials used by the artist Julie Castillo.  Studio photo.

 Art heals your soul & expands your mind! 

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