Pia Ledy

Artwork

African Lily

Pia Ledy

African Lily

oil on canvas

16 x 20 in (40.64 x 50.80 cm)

Double Queen

Pia Ledy

Double Queen

oil on canvas on masonite

12 x 16 in (30.48 x 40.64 cm)

Golden Glow

Pia Ledy

Golden Glow

oil on canvas

9 x 12 in (22.86 x 30.48 cm)

Poppies & Snaps

Pia Ledy

Poppies & Snaps

oil on canvas

36 x 12 in (91.44 x 30.48 cm)

Amaranthine Allium

Pia Ledy

Amaranthine Allium

oil on canvas

36 x 12 in (91.44 x 30.48 cm)

Envy

Pia Ledy

Envy

oil on canvas on masonite

12 x 16 in (30.48 x 40.64 cm)

Isabellina

Pia Ledy

Isabellina

oil on canvas on masonite

12 x 16 in (30.48 x 40.64 cm)

Tulip & Trellis

Pia Ledy

Tulip & Trellis

oil on canvas

36 x 12 in (91.44 x 30.48 cm)

Cheery Chair

Pia Ledy

Cheery Chair

oil on canvas

12 x 9 in (30.48 x 22.86 cm)

Fish Hoek Beach

Pia Ledy

Fish Hoek Beach

oil on canvas

12 x 9 in (30.48 x 22.86 cm)

Miss Willmott

Pia Ledy

Miss Willmott

oil on canvas on masonite

12 x 16 in (30.48 x 40.64 cm)

Water Lily

Pia Ledy

Water Lily

oil on canvas

20 x 16 in (50.80 x 40.64 cm)

Demulcent Delphinium

Pia Ledy

Demulcent Delphinium

oil on canvas

36 x 12 in (91.44 x 30.48 cm)

Flower Power II

Pia Ledy

Flower Power II

oil on canvas

30 x 40 in (76.20 x 101.60 cm)

Palm Springs Pop

Pia Ledy

Palm Springs Pop

oil on canvas

12 x 9 in (30.48 x 22.86 cm)

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Pia Ledy
Pia Ledy is a contemporary realist painter based in TriBeCa and Watermill, New York. While her work includes still life, portraiture and landscape, Pia’s major focus is on animals, primarily dogs, where she has been commissioned to paint numerous pets. Her appreciation for birds and flowers, no doubt an interest piqued by their wide variety on the East End, is also seen in her work. Pia has had several solo shows in Bridgehampton (2009 & 2012) and has been included in numerous group shows. Recently, one of her bird paintings, “Arctic Tern” was auctioned at Sotheby’s as part of The New York Academy of Art’s “Take Home a Nude” fundraising gala. “For me, an unstoppable collector of objects, I find that the reasons I collect these items are as varied as the collections themselves. It could be the craftsmanship, materials, color used or just plain nostalgia. These objects conjure up memories and emotions and gain their personality when directed by a creative composition on the canvas. Capturing a subject’s personality and intelligence form the basis of my portraiture, both human and animal. Extracting these dynamic elements are a primary focus of all my paintings, including still life, landscape and digital art.”
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