"Paintings, whether abstract or representational, should strike a chord on an emotional level. My choice of colors, materials, and composition are designed to capture the viewer's eye and encourage it to linger on the images. I hope my  paintings will forge a bond with you and tell a story, even if it's on  an unconscious level."

About Priscilla Greenbaum:

The imagery of Priscilla's art is strongly affected by the time spent in Hawaii, North Carolina and California as a child. While in college, she discovered painting and art history and has been creating ever since. In 2013, she opened Galena West Art Studio and treasures the time spent in the studio creating both abstracted and representational art. 

Most of Priscilla's original paintings are created in acrylic and/or watercolor medium done on canvas or paper that is then adhered to an artist panel on stretched canvas. Her work has been shown in Reno, NV and Sacramento, CA. On-line, her work can be seen at this site (priscillagreenbaum.com), priscilla-greenbaum.pixels.com (prints & originals), and fineartamerica.com (prints)

The artist's artwork has been published nationally in 'AcrylicWorks: Best of Acrylic Painting (2014) and Acrylic Artist magazine (Fall,  2015).



  • Bachelor of Arts Degree (including Art major)
  • California Teaching Credential
  • University of San Francisco, Masters in Educational Administration
  • High school Mentor Teacher, San Juan Unified School District
  • Opened Galena West Art Studio (2013)
  • Additional Art Studies: Gerald Brommer (2012), Francheskka Clark (2013), Don Andrews (2013), Dale Laitinen (2013), Jeanie McGuire (2013), Jill Mueller (2013), Betsy Dillard Stroud (2014).



  • Latimer Art Club Miniature Show, Reno, NV (2012)
  • Reno Main Library, Reno, NV  (2012)
  • Reno Little Theater, Reno, NV  (2013)
  • Renown Hospital, South Campus, Reno, NV  (2013)
  • Sierra Watercolor Society Judged Shows (2012,2013)
  • Kennedy Gallery, Sacramento, CA (2013-14)



  • AcrylicWorks, Northlight Publications, 2014

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