Spring on Hillside
“Spring On The Hillside”s romantic landscape belies Wanda Gágs love for rural atmosphere and the natural. Influenced by a central European folkways upbringing and the lasting influence of her painter father, her diligent study of environment combines with a slow burning and subtle eroticism to give the recorded forms a deeper and more latent arrangement of meaning. The repetitive swells and undulations in the work intend to unify and harmonise, and the artist blurs her perception of rural New Jersey with her internal landscape and an idealised notion of midwestern Americana.
Medium: Print Lithograph-Paper