Januszkiewicz pure abstract forms call to mind the stained canvases of Morris Louis and Helen Frankenthaler, but her work embodies a unique elegance that differentiates it from that of her color fields with wonderful abstract shapes that are rendered loosely with a great feeling of fluidity and motion.
“My brushwork is applied in waves of curving, color shapes, submerged in translucent washes. My goal is to achieve the highest degree of richness, with a light source that comes not from applied paint, but rather from the luminosity of the brilliant white paper or canvas.”
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"I've been interested in color vibrations and patterns. I have used music as a muse, to help me explores these patterns of sound waves into my paintings." Januszkiewicz dynamic visual interpretation employs large color fields that meld and overlap in translucent layers, evoking the rhythm and flow of her musical inspiration. Intense color compositions to subdued shades of reverberations, her paintings strive to visually capture the sensation of sound. "Seeing my brushwork in waves of curving color-shapes submerged in translucent immensely rich washes for me visual captures the complexity and color of a song.”