Sandy DeLuca, New Series

I’ve always been a fan of comicbook art. As you know, one of the first pieces of art I sold was a comicbook painting.

Recently, I’ve hauled my DC Poster books out of storage for a bit of inspiration. I’ve watcher JOKER a multitude of times; revisited THE DARK KNIGHT and viewed THE SUICIDE SQUAD.

This figurative series began in color. And then, I moved on to black, white and gray. I’m posting some of the pieces here.

As always, thanks for checking them out.

Sandy DeLuca,

June 6, 2020

Sandy DeLuca at BankRI

Gallery Night Providence

BankRI Galleries

BankRI Turks Head Gallery: “Tales of an Earthbound Traveler: Paintings by Sandy DeLuca,” February 6 through March 5, 2014 at the downtown Providence BankRI branch in the Turks Head building, One Turks Head Place. Exhibit hours are Monday through Wednesday 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m., and Thursday and Friday 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.  For more information, contact or call 401 456-5015, ext 1330.


It all started with her father.  “My dad was a huge Hitchcock fan,” Warwick author and artist Sandy DeLuca says.  “Every Sunday afternoon he would take me to the movies.”

In the darkened movie theater, DeLuca experienced a wide range of suspense, horror, science fiction and fantasy.  It wasn’t long before the shy young girl wanted to create some of these stories for herself.

“I wanted to be a writer and I liked to draw,” DeLuca says.  She thought she…

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