Sita has been creative all her life. While her love is painting and fine art, she has done faux finishes and murals and is known for her photography. Sita has been creating art since she could hold a crayon.
Sita put herself through college and worked 17 years in corporate positions in sales, administration and even working as a bartender while remaining the artist, often selling paintings from her home. Leaving the corporate world in 1998, she focused on her art, entering Art exhibitions and doing solo shows. In 2003 she made another dream come true, opening her own gallery in West Virginia. She sold her work along with 21 other artists from the Southwest and Native American artists who created toys, books and locally made flutes. She also developed events to benefit children where her heart lies. Along the way she has cultivated collectors and sold privately throughout Virginia and the United States as well as collectors in Japan and Canada.
She adores teaching children and adults alike to paint, offering classes throughout the years. Her passion is painting and through her humanitarian concerns, she contributes to help organizations who assist children. She considers herself spiritual and this aspect keeps her humble as she continues to paint and express her love for life through her art.
With gratitude for her Santa Fe gallery and teaching experiences, and her move to Nevada in 2014, she plans on expanding again into Arizona and other areas as well. Her work continues to be displayed throughout collector’s homes across the United States.
Applications now available for the 2018 Spring ArtFest
Now that the new year has started, applications are now available for the BCAG Spring ArtFest to be held April 21-22 at Bicentennial Park