The Working Artists Forum of Easton, Maryland is pleased to announce the member whose art will be showcased at the Tidewater Inn, 101 E. Dover Street, Easton, in the Library room for the month of February.
The featured artist is Maggii Sarfaty. Maggii Sarfaty has been painting since she was a child and studied fine art at the Maryland Institute College of Art. Growing up along the Chesapeake Bay of Maryland instilled a love of the water and all things coastal. In 1990 Maggii embarked on her career in interior design as a muralist and faux finisher. Her work has been featured in Women’s Day and Traditional Home and several regional publications. She now adds teaching at the Academy Art Museum and The Dorchester Center for the Arts, as well as set design to her creative resume working with two theatre groups in her hometown Easton Maryland. She works in watercolor, gauche and oil. Besides studio art she loves to paint “ en plein air”. Maggii draws inspiration from the coastal areas of Maryland as well as Sanibel and Captiva Islands and the Florida Keys.
Maggii is a member of the Art League of Ocean City, The Plein Air Painters of the Chesapeake Bay, The Academy Art Museum, The Rehoboth Art League and the Working Artist Forum, and has won numerous awards in various shows.