• Irene Valincius

    Gallery Naga

    Best known for her densely layered oil-and-beeswax abstractions, Irene Valincius shows herself equally proficient with the monotype whose characteristic flatness she defies by creating lushly colored surfaces that suggest abstract watercolors. Her most lyrical and suggestive works to date, these gorgeous images concentrate on light and color. Selections from the series “Source,” 1994, “Time and Fevers,” 1993–94, and “Continuum,” 1993–94—although amorphous and replete with symbolism—are quite Minimalist in form and design. Valincius works with a limited palette of no more than four colors per

    Read more