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Kendrick Anne Wronski, Artist
Kendrick Anne Wronski

I am offering access to these works from a lifetime of creation so that they might offer some of us strength and compassion for navigating these next times and our role of humanity within them.

I have no wish to feed the consumer art economy but appreciate this help in making the invisible visible as a part of my legacy. If you wish to purchase prints, greeting cards, notebooks, mugs or stickers of my large figure series, please visit here. The quality is top-notch. Prints are available with or without a frame, canvas mounted or several other options.

This large figurative series emerged in 1992. What interests me in this series is exploring themes of common human experience through time and holding these common life experiences in simplified human and landscape forms. Why simplified forms? This is one of the most frequently asked questions about the work…specifically, the face/no face question.

 As the series first emerged, I asked this question too. Then I painted more specific facial features onto one of the early figures. When I did this, the entire energy of the painting changed and a strong focus on viewing the work went directly into this specific face. I found that what captured my interest as I continued was to balance body, face, and landscape…connecting them together so strongly that no one of these features would be predominant…that they would all hold equal energy.

 I experience this connection —between ourselves as humans and the landscape environments within which we live — as a link that is often precarious and threatened and I find that my work is often done with the intention of holding humans and the land solidly together.

Years after beginning this series, on my first trip to Paris, I was at the Louvre, looking at the oldest piece of sculpture in their collection, and it wore the same simplified face that I’d been painting on these works!

 This body of work has been shown publicly in the Boston, New York, and DC areas and has been published a handful of times. The most easily accessed book containing my work is Return of the Great Goddess, edited by Burleigh Muten, Shambala Publications, 1994.