Selma Stern has exhibited her mixed media, collage and watercolor paintings throughout Long Island. Her work has been shown in New York City at several SOHO galleries, Cork Gallery at Lincoln Center, the National Arts Clubs and at the Salmagundi Club. She is a member of several prestigious Art organizations including the Catherine Lorillard Wolfe Art Club, Allied Artists of America and Audubon Artists. She has recently become a signature member of the American Watercolor Society.
A teacher, as well as an artist, Selma has demonstrated her techniques to many art organizations. She has served as a judge for several art shows. For many years she taught watercolor classes at Cedarmere, the home of William Cullen Bryant, a museum in Roslyn Harbor.
Her paintings have been published in "Journeys to Abstraction" by Sue St. John. Her painting is also in "Creative Composition and Design" by Pat Dews. Her work has also been shown in the August-September issue of the International Artist Magazine.
Her love of art is reflected in the work she does. Her colorful paintings range from realistic watercolors to abstract work, where she mixes many different media to achieve interesting results.