• Traute Macom

    Date posted: December 5, 2013 Author: mauri
    Image courtesy of the artist.

    Image courtesy of the artist.

    Caught in creativity, the past 10 years mainly made me paint-study-paint, feeling like a mirror when expressing our BEING in the wonderful nature which our globe is offering, nature which is fathering my work and constantly wants to be discovered anew. Extensive travels have allowed creating on-the-spot of over 20 little travel-sketch books, some excerpts of which will be shown at the Broadway gallery vernissage in the near future. Here some thoughts which arise while viewing this work: Evaporatrion—the eternal circle of steaming is painted here: sun hits the watery surface of the oceans, makes steam rise in convergence and gives it all back to us in form of rains, snowflakes, hale prior to flowing back into the oceans.  Little me, I feel very much like the recipient making valuable use of it.

    In summary, the beauty and the width of both the ocean (my watery sea) and the desert (my sandy sea) are highly important factors of impression and expression for my work.


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