New Orleans, LA
Phil Sandusky is a nationally-renowned plein air impressionist landscape and cityscape painter especially known for his cityscapes of New Orleans. He attended the Plein Air South regional gathering and has staged more than 30 solo exhibits in New Orleans and across the country. His work is in such prominent collections as the New Orleans Museum of Art, the Historic New Orleans Collection, and the Louisiana State Museum.
He is one of 276 artists entered in A Unique Slant of Light, the official bicentennial art history of Louisiana commissioned by the Louisiana Endowment for the Humanities, and participated in Art for Relief, a group exhibit to benefit victims of Hurricanes.
Mr. Sandusky has written four books: New Orleans en Plein Air, Painting Katrina, Jacksonville Through a Painter’s Eyes, and New Orleans Impressionist Cityscapes. He has been featured in American Artist, Plein Air Magazine, Workshop Magazine, Louisiana Homes and Gardens Magazine