Helen Giaquinto

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Phone: 631.728.2612


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Bay View – Watercolor – 14″ x 11″ – matted, unframed – $150
A view from Noyac in Southampton. Painted on location.
Blue Dune – Watercolor – 22″ x 15″ – matted, unframed – $200
A dune as seen from the shaded side, with a bump up in color. Painted on location
Breaker – Watercolor – 14″ x 10″ – matted, unframed – $150
A scene along the New England coast. Painted from a sketch done on location.
Ice on Sand – Watercolor – 20″ x 16″ – matted & framed – $350
Scene of a local pond in late February on a mild day. Painted on location.
Snipe – Watercolor – 14″ x 10″ – matted, unframed – $150
Scene near a boat landing where boats are stored and where birds make their appearance. The snipe flew off, so I used a reference for this bird. The snipe was a nice addition for bird lovers. Painted on location.


A retired commercial art and graphic arts teacher, Ms. Giaquinto graduated from CCNY with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Education. She is an accomplished artist, known for her colorful, fresh, spontaneous watercolors. Many of her paintings are done on location on the East End of Long Island and along the New England coast. She has won many significant awards, including: An Award of Merit from Henry Geldzahler, Curator for exhibits at the Museum of Modern Art, the prestigious Anna Hyatt Huntington Award from the Catharine Lorillard Wolfe Art Club, along with many other notable awards.

Ms. Giaquinto remarks, “Be who you are as an artist. I prefer not to duplicate what is seen in a situation, but rather to use my ability in a creative approach while retaining the character of the subject. Art is everywhere. You have to seize the opportunity to make it happen on paper or canvas. A famous artist known for his watercolors once said that you need to be passionate about your art and make a painting, not a pretty picture.”