Winter Blue Palette

Snow blindness, blustery flurries and blizzards may bring to mind the color white, but snow really is not just one color. It is a collection of blues. Here is my winter blue palette in action:

Sandra Mucha Artwork Winter Blue Palette
Sandra Mucha Artwork Winter Blues.

Golden Acrylic’s: Ultramarine Blue, Cerulean Blue, Paynes Gray, Titanium White.

Winding Snow with Trees by Sandra Mucha
Winding Snow with Trees by Sandra Mucha | 48″ x 36″ | Acrylics

More snowscapes paintings by Sandra Mucha.


Before exhibiting at Cityline’s Merry Market and Festival come December 8th, art lovers may catch two of my below playful perspective paintings at this year’s  Citation Show. It is presented by the Texas Visual Arts Association and is a juried, TVAA Member-only exhibition. The show will be held at the Mesquite Arts Center in Mesquite, TX .

Detail of Buffalo Snow by Sandra Mucha  | Acrylic | 20x24x1.5. | Featured at this Year’s TVAA Citation Exhibit.

This years Juror is Mary Vernon an emeritus Professor of Art at Southern Methodist University. Michael Frank Blair said of her, in 2017: “Vernon’s legacy is living a certain kind of humanist ideal that holds that the product of work is always a more enlightened humanity.” She taught painting and drawing, and SMU’s noted color theory course. She was born in New Mexico, educated at the University of California, Berkeley, and the University of New Mexico, Albuquerque. Mary Vernon has shown her work in France, Hungary, Chile, and Kazakhstan, as well as nationally, and is represented by Valley House Gallery of Dallas. Collections that include her work are: The Belo Foundation, The Dallas Institute of Humanities and Culture, The George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum, The Meadows Museum, The Department of State of the U.S. (U.S. Embassy, N’Djamena,Chad), The Dallas Country Club, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center: William P. Clements Jr. University Hospital, along with many private collectors

Detail of Winter’s Toll by Sandra Mucha | Acrylic |20x24x1.5. | Featured at this Year’s TVAA Citation Exhibit.
Exhibition dates: November 5 – December 1
Closing Reception: Saturday, December 1st, 6-8pm. Awards announced at 7pm.
Mesquite Arts Center
1515 N. Galloway Ave.
Mesquite, TX 75149

Print Giveaway – “Face in the Crowd”

This month my son, the art critic, randomly selected the 5 winning subscribers. I love that you guys want to keep in touch with letters from my art studio.

The winners will be notified via email, and will receive this limited 5″ x 7″ print for just keeping in touch via my newsletter.

“Face in the Crowd” © Sandra Mucha |48″ x 36″ x 1.5″| Oil on Canvas

Thanks again for voting for your favorite print.

But you missed the voting?!.. Don’t worry I’ll post another giveaway in the next month or two if you have miss this one.

Watch for future chances to give your opinion on my next poll at Instagram SandraMucha.Artist or Sandra Mucha Artwork Facebook.

-Keep in touch.

Varigated Forest in Winter – 30 of 30

I am ending this 30 paintings in 30 days challenge with a winter tree series. It takes me back to my textile design days creating varigated stripes combined with my memeories of winter.

“Varigated Forest in Winter” by Sandra Mucha | 24″ x 20″ | Acrylic on Canvas

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Snow Fog – 28 of 30

We lived in Western New York back in the 70’s, and I recall my two older brothers building a fort deep into the snow. The exit was tricky seeing it turned into an icy slide after using it.  It was probably not that steep looking back on it, but it sure felt like it wearing my bulky winter gear.  What is your earliest memory of snow?

“Snow Fog” by Sandra Mucha | 10″ x 10″ x 1.5” | 25.4cm x 25.4cm x 4cm | Acrylic on Canvas