New Additions to the AP/RC: Gesine Janzen

The newest additions from Montana artist Gesine Janzen include large woodcuts, some of which were printed by Mike Sims between 2002 and 2005 at The Lawrence Lithography Workshop in Kansas City, Missouri. Her observations about these prints note that: “The primary source…is the home my family maintains in central Kansas… [and this] work focuses on the material surroundings of this place on the prairie; wooden houses, farm buildings, fences and hand-built structures. The images are drawn from memory and imagination. Like day dreaming, various elements in the work are layered and repeated, building an imaginary space as I remember the past, think about the present, and imagine the future.”



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1 Response to New Additions to the AP/RC: Gesine Janzen

  1. dickienel says:

    Very thought provoking work, besides from being beautiful.

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