The paintings of Faith Kubiak, much beloved for their beautiful illumination of a radiant and contemplative world, are the culmination of many years of devoted study and achievement. Her paintings include pastoral landscapes, still life, nature studies, and portraiture. Hers is a classic style of oil on canvas, emphasizing texture and using old world techniques such as glazing.
After education in Kennebunkport, Faith majored in fine Arts studying with David Miller at Lake Erie College in Ohio, where her paintings are still on display
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Following college, she visited Kyoto, Japan and studied with artist Jack Madson, formerly of Cranbrook Institute, and Sumie master Toriumi Nirakushi. The delicacy of technique she learned there gained much notice for her book illustrations of “Mind How the Sun Goes” – a Folktale of the Maine Islands, by Eton F. Churchill of Camden. Newspapers from Stonington to the Boston Globe praised the “gentle spiritual quality of her work.”
After further study at the Art Student League of N.Y. and Rhode Island School of Design, Faith spent several years in N.Y.C frequenting the museums there, working independently, and with artists Anthony LaPaglia and Emill Hess.
She then returned to Maine where she continued to paint, drawing inspiration from her environment and the people around her. In addition to private collections in the US and abroad and corporate collections in the US her work has been exhibited at various galleries and institutions, including the following:
Jittoku Gallery, Kyoto, Japan
The Cleveland Museum of May Shows
Lake Erie College
Bridgton Art Shows
Fretz Gallery, Kennebunkport
Wright Gallery, Cape Porpoise
Maine Festival Arts Show
Kennebunk River Club
Brick Store Museum Shows
York Institute Museum
Pinetree and Bayview Gallery
Pierce Gallery, Portsmouth
Overlook Gallery, Stonington
Maine Coast Artists, Rockport
Faith is currently represented in Kennebunkport by the Landmark Gallery
Faith is now accepting commissions for portraiture in oil.
She offers a flexible range of methodology in this medium, and is often able to work from a favorite photograph of yourself or a loved one, adding that extra dimension and quality that painting allows.
She will be happy to meet with you to discuss the possibilities of any project you may have in mind.