Aleta Gudelski

Images speaking of journey and ultimate peace

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Aleta Gudelski Posted Artwork 
16 days ago 
Hope, remembering Greenbacker Barn, Durham, CT by Aleta Gudelski
30 x 40
 
 

 
Aleta Gudelski Posted Artwork 
5 months ago 
Plummet by Aleta Gudelski
30 x 20
 
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Beautiful!

 
Aleta Gudelski Posted Artwork 
5 months ago 
Forsythia by Aleta Gudelski
24 x 48
 
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Aleta Gudelski Posted Artwork 
5 months ago 
Hope by Aleta Gudelski
24 x 42
 
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Aleta Gudelski Posted Artwork 
5 months ago 
Impact Hammonasset State Park Beach by Aleta Gudelski
24 x 24
 
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5 months ago 
Impulse by Aleta Gudelski
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Aleta Gudelski Posted Artwork 
5 months ago 
Spring Thaw by Aleta Gudelski
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Aleta Gudelski Posted Artwork 
5 months ago 
RED by Aleta Gudelski
24 x 24
 
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Aleta Gudelski Posted Artwork 
6 months ago 
New Direction Series 3 by Aleta Gudelski
14 x 14
 
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Aleta Gudelski Posted Artwork 
6 months ago 
New Directions 2 by Aleta Gudelski
14 x 14
 
 

 
Aleta Gudelski Posted Artwork 
6 months ago 
Wave Study by Aleta Gudelski
9.25 x 9.25
 
 

 
Aleta Gudelski Posted Artwork 
6 months ago 
Woodland Pond by Aleta Gudelski
20 x 24
 
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Aleta Gudelski Posted Artwork 
6 months ago 
From a Distance by Aleta Gudelski
24 x 24
 
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Aleta Gudelski Posted Artwork 
6 months ago 
Ocean Mist by Aleta Gudelski
24 x 24
 
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Aleta Gudelski Posted Artwork 
6 months ago 
Hammonasset Beach Trail by Aleta Gudelski
20 x 24
 
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Aleta Gudelski Posted Artwork 
7 months ago 
Santuary by Aleta Gudelski
24 x 24
 
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Aleta Gudelski Posted Artwork 
7 months ago 
Green Pastures of Yessterday by Aleta Gudelski
Acrylic 24 x 24
 
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Aleta Gudelski Posted Artwork 
7 months ago 
Gratitude by Aleta Gudelski
Acrylic 24 x 24
 
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Aleta Gudelski Shared a Photo 
8 months ago 
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Aleta Gudelski Posted Artwork 
8 months ago 
Lost At Sea by Aleta Gudelski
Acrylic 24 x 20
 
Lost at Sea is part of a series I have embarked on in 2019. I am changing directions and loving the result. Lost At Sea is a more interior work filled with intense energy. I have chosen a complementary color palette of blue/orange. Gems of orange and red orange lead your eye through the turmoil. Storm at Sea is acrylic on gallery wrap canvas. The 2.5 inch depth is finished with black paint. Please contact me for details. Thanks
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Aleta Gudelski Posted Artwork 
8 months ago 
She Knows by Aleta Gudelski
24 x 24
 
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Representation


Clinton Art Gallery
Clinton, CT - 860-552-3239

Lyme Art Association
Old Lyme, CT - 860-434-7802

MONASTERY GALLERY OF ART
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Shop Lisa Davenport Designs
Mddlefiled, CT - 860- 316-5718

Spectrum Art Gallery
Centerbrook, CT - 8607670742

Ursel's Web Frame and Art Gallery
Middletown, CT - 860-344-001



Biography
 
Aleta was born into a large family in a rural town in Connecticut. Her playground was the large wooded lot, trees serving as her jungle gym and play yard.  Even as a very young child, Aleta could be found napping in the woods surrounded by the sounds and smells of her sacred space. 
 She formed a deep spiritual bond with the woods often finding solitude and peace in  the bosom of trees making imaginary friends with animals, birds and all manner of critters.  Aleta’s early connection and bond to the natural world continues to be a powerful inspiration and subject off her paintings.
      
 
 
Aleta always loved drawing and sketching as a youngster, but was encouraged to follow a more “secure” career path in college. She graduated high school in the 1960's, when women were not encouraged to be artists, teaching then was a more acceptable career choice.
 
While raising her family Aleta completed her BS  in art education from Southern Connecticut State University.  Aleta's passion for fine arts lead her to earn her MALS with a concentration in painting from Wesleyan University.

Aleta 's studio stayed active while teaching which included  private lessons, high school art educator at  Vinal Regional Vocational High School, East Catholic High School, as well as teaching fine art as an adjunct  professor at Middlesex Community College.  Aleta is a life time learner. 
She continued her education in Fine Arts and earned a Post Baccalaureate Degree from Lyme Academy College of Fine Art while continuing to teach at the local community college
The gifts of teaching and raising a family have cultivated.
Aleta's  studio is her sacred space where her love of  nature and  the environment enable  her to  she create, with deep passion, the images  that speak of journey and ultimate peace.
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Aleta’s Solo Exhibitions include:
“Silence Speaks”, [...]

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