Come see Paintings of our Parks, a Solo Exhibition focused on the beauty of America's National Parks, recreated on canvas by Fine Artist Steph Moraca.
The show is running from October 7, 2021 through October 22, 2021. The gallery is located at 5821 Baum Blvd., Pittsburgh PA and will be open from 10AM-7PM daily.
Steph Moraca’s passion for translating the beauty of natural landscapes onto canvas began at a young age. She became enamored with the great outdoors through her childhood travels, where she visited many national parks and golf courses with her family.
Ms. Moraca attended professional studio drawing classes at age 10 and began to paint by age 12. Ms. Moraca received a Bachelor of Arts in Studio Arts from the University of Pittsburgh in 2012. Today, she is still painting what originally sparked her passion: golf and nature landscapes. She is a nationally recognized award winning artist.
Ms. Moraca creates original oil paintings for private art collectors throughout the United States. You can find her work online, at trade shows, and in golf shops. Her landscape paintings have been recognized in national fine art exhibitions and the talk of podcasts and magazines. She is involved with organizations including the Golf Heritage Society, Oil Painters of America, the Pittsburgh Society of Artists, and more.
“I have developed a unique painting style somewhere between realism and photo-realism,” she explains, “I dedicate many hours to work on fine detail in these paintings.” Her clients boast that her paintings are realistic, yet artistic to the point where a piece can be recognized as a painting when taking a look at an original work up close.
Ms. Moraca completes original paintings in her studio and participates in live painting demonstrations at corporate events and weddings throughout the United States. She accepts custom commission requests for paintings including pet portraits, family portraits, hole-in-one paintings, vacation landscape paintings, and imaginary landscapes. In addition to selling her own artwork, she teaches free weekly painting lessons on her YouTube Channel “The Painting Stoof” to help others learn how to paint.