An artist since the first time she put crayon to paper, Sheila Lengle is lucky enough to have been in and out of a variety of creative careers during her 64 years. Being self-taught, Sheila isn’t guided by any rules only by her creative energy. She covers a canvas with bold, big strokes of bright vibrant colors. Her style takes an impressionistic bent, though she would rather call it “feel good” art. “I’ll paint whatever, whenever and with anything I want…rather like a spoiled child.” She hopes to see many of her customers from the days when she owned the Critical Mass and ec’Collective, artisan galleries in West Seattle.
Plan to come by and enter a drawing for one of Sheila’s paintings.