E.M.Castonguay Studio
The Least Tern

ENDANGERED

(current work)

WITH MY ART I HAVE SOUGHT TO BREAK DOWN BARRIERS BETWEEN DIVERSE GROUPS OF PEOPLE. THE WORK HAS EVOLVED TO SPEAK ABOUT OUR FRAGILE INTERRELATIONSHIP WITH THIS ENDANGERED WORLD.

The Least Tern

The Least Tern

Endangered body of work

Oil on canvas, 30”x40”

 

Mother Earth (Endangered body of work)

Mother Earth (Endangered body of work)

On exhibit at the Denise Bibro Fine Art Gallery, Chelsea, NYC

Nov.30 - January 13, 2018.

An Ordinary Bird

An Ordinary Bird

(Endangered body of work)

Acrylic on canvas, 30”x40”

Levees / Breaking

Levees / Breaking

(Endangered body of work)

 

State Museum of PA

State of the Art Competition

 

Carnegie Museum of Art

(Assoc. Artists of Pgh, 100th Juried Competition)

 

Amarillo Museum of Art

FIRST PLACE NATIONAL AWARD

Biennial Competition

 

Viridian Gallery, NYC

FIRST PLACE INTERNATIONAL AWARD

Juror: Dr.Elisabeth Sussman (Curator),

Whitney Museum of American Art

The Monarch

The Monarch

(Endangered body of work)

Acrylic on canvas, 30”x40”

Yellow Headed Blackbird

Yellow Headed Blackbird

 (Endangered body of work)

Acrylic on canvas, 30”x40”

Step Up / Step Down

Step Up / Step Down

(Endangered body of work)

Oil and Stitching, 48”x36”

 

Spatula-Tailed Hummingbird

Spatula-Tailed Hummingbird

(Endangered body of work)

Oil on canvas, 30” X 42”

SALMAGUNDI ART CLUB, NYC

(JURIED GROUP EXHIBITION)

Private Collection

Olive Ridley Turtle

Olive Ridley Turtle

(Endangered body of work)

Oil on canvas, 30”x40”

Eve in Eden

Eve in Eden

(Endangered body of work)

Oil on canvas, 36”x48”

Three endangered plants are pictured and women,

in many parts of the world, are also endangered.

Lappet-faced Vulture, Grey Crowned Crane, and a common man

Lappet-faced Vulture, Grey Crowned Crane, and a common man

(Endangered body of work)

Oil on canvas, 36”x48”

Queen Conch

Queen Conch

(Endangered body of work)

Acrylic on canvas, 30”x40”

Finished? 2/2/2017

Finished? 2/2/2017

 (Endangered body of work)

Acrylic on canvas, 30”x40”

Tri-Colored Blackbird

Tri-Colored Blackbird

(Endangered body of work)

Acrylic on canvas

Motherhood

Motherhood

(Endangered body of work)

Acrylic on canvas

Fire Man

Fire Man

(Endangered body of work)

Acrylic and diamonds on canvas

African Elephant, Ox Pecker & Bumblebee

African Elephant, Ox Pecker & Bumblebee

(Endangered body of work)

Acrylic on canvas

Ivory-Billed Woodpecker

Ivory-Billed Woodpecker

(Endangered body of work)

OIL ON CANVAS, 36” X 48”

This bird, originally plentiful, was wiped out

after the Civil War due to deforestation of the

once vast Hardwood Forests due to development.

The Measures of Mankind

The Measures of Mankind

(Endangered body of work)

OIL ON CANVAS, 36” X 48”

The Dodo Bird has been extinct since the mid 1600’s

due to due to Human Predators.

To Much, Too Little, Too Late

To Much, Too Little, Too Late

(Endangered body of work)

OIL ON CANVAS, 36” X 48”

Private Collection

Lady And Lemur

Lady And Lemur

(Endangered body of work)

OIL ON CANVAS

Down / Fall

Down / Fall

(Endangered body of work)

OIL ON CANVAS, 48” X 48”

Look closely at the orb. Three Whales are within it.

Queen Of The Nocturne

Queen Of The Nocturne

(Endangered body of work)

MORRIS MUSEUM (JURIED NAWA EXHIBIT)

SALMAGUNDI ART CLUB, NYC

(JURIED GROUP EXHIBITION)

Private Collection

Silence

Silence

Oil on canvas, 36” X 48”

SALMAGUNDI ART CLUB GROUP EXHIBITION

The Hunted

The Hunted

Oil on canvas, 36” X 48”

The Monarch

The Monarch

Salmagundi Art Club

Oil on canvas

Tempest

Tempest

(Endangered body of work)

Acrylic and stitching on canvas

Private Collection

Looking For Mother Nature

Looking For Mother Nature

(Endangered body of work)

MIXED MEDIA

Look for the cross section of the female figure

to the left and inverted to the right.

Lady & Chameleons (Endangered body of work)

Lady & Chameleons (Endangered body of work)

My model is a beautiful, intelligent, sensitive transsexual.

Like Chameleons, transsexuals can also find themselves at risk.

A person who can find peace in their body is an asset to humanity

not a threat so should be embraced not judged. Private Collection