Lena Levin's oil paintings linger at the edge between immediate and specific visual impressions and abstraction, between synthesis and analysis. Each painting is faithful to the reality of the moment, and yet none is realistic in the usual sense of the word; Her work explores the space between the supposed "reality" of the actual visual impression and the reality of its painted representation where the emotional state of the viewer is hidden.

Lena Levin's oil paintings linger at the edge between immediate and specific visual impressions and abstraction, between synthesis and analysis. Each painting is faithful to the reality of the moment, and yet none is realistic in the usual sense of the word; Her work explores the space between the supposed "reality" of the actual visual impression and the reality of its painted representation where the emotional state of the viewer is hidden.

"Red Pepper" - Anna Kodesch, oil on canvas, 2012 {contemporary still life vegetable painting}

Red Pepper NOT FOR SALE Painting by Anna Kodesch

"Red Pepper" - Anna Kodesch, oil on canvas, 2012 {contemporary still life vegetable painting}

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