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the family story that. comes across
Treisman's love for dancing. She offers
through a number of her pieces. Her
a string of couples moving to music.
paintings express love, tenderness and
Treisman, married to retired sur-
some of the beauty in life."
geon Dr. Edward Treisman, works in
The Haslem Gallery online exhibit
a large studio that overlooks a lake.
— a complete cata-
She designated that
logue of Treisman's
room for her proj-
work titled "Life, Real
ects because of its
or Imagined?" — is
through a northeast
cally and gives a sense
of the development of
"I've worked on
the artist's approach.
"I love doing sculp-
but never had any
ture and paintings of
people, and that
relates to my interest
"I was able to
in psychology," says
exhibit the illustra-
Treisman, who found
tions at the now-
time for her artistry
while her four sons
Stone Gallery in
were growing up and
preparing for their
where original art-
professions as doctors Elaine Treisman: "I like to do
work prepared for
series and have many on the Web." children's books
"I'll watch people
and notice something
The way she
that lodges in my mind for a future
works is as important as the place.
painting. When I go into restaurants,
"Painting is a huge priority, and I
I will look for a seat that allows me to don't like distractions," she says.
watch the others in the room and
"When I paint, I will listen to books
think about their actions as themes
on tape, but I really don't pay close
for new projects.
attention. It's like something else
"When I'm actually working, I will
has taken over my mind as I com-
sometimes use models and other times plete a canvas." ❑
turn to my imagination to find people
to portray. I've tried not to use my
The work of Elaine Treisman will
own form as the subject of work, but
be on continuous and changing
there are times when I look in a mir-
display at www.treismanart.com
ror to study anatomy for a painting.
and www.janehaslemgallery.com .
Among the personal interests that
come across with the retrospective is