"Januszkiewicz's paintings can resemble Morris Louis's florals, yet her style is hotter, with a hint of the abstract expressionism the Color School abandoned."
- The Washington Post
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.”
My art explores the relationship between light and color, and constantly challenges the interaction between hue, value, and intensity.
The viewer of my work is able to see the "veils of pigment that fold over one another creating illusory creases and hollows.The overall effect is one of slow, powerful visual rhythms. I push for semi-translucent colors to float across the surfaces, soaking into the unprimed canvas and paper to create tactile fusions of paint and support that envelope the viewer in diaphanous veils of paint.
My goal is to seamlessly apply watercolor-like acrylics across large formats with zen-like brush strokes.
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