Eugene Salandra

A New Jersey native, I studied film and television at New York University, and drawing at the Art Students' League of New York. Excepting a brief Benedictine monastic sojourn, my life has been occupied with practicing the art of animation. Mentors John Canemaker and the late Tissa David were among my influences. Favorite things include drawing, watercolor, tea and herbalism, yoga, meditation, music, theatre, puppetry, crochet, nature strolls, and vegetarian cooking.

Fly Fishing Frog
(chalk pastel on paper, 2010)
Andy Fishing, with Pipe
(chalk pastel on paper, 2010)

The Rabbit is Not Amused
(chalk pastel on paper, 2010)
Upward Gesture
(graphite on paper, 2010)
Lillian Montroni, my Grandmother
(watercolor and pencil on paper, 1996)
Sketchbook Observations and Musings
(ink, watercolor, and crayon on paper, 2010)
Seated Female Figure
(crayon on colored paper, 2010)
(ink and black crayon on paper, 2010)

Standing Male Figure, NYC
(ink on paper, circa 1998)