At first, attempting representational paintings with very realistic images took hold. Eventually it was the brush stroke and the placement of shapes and colors that spoke to me. Combining both I found my place; a reference to reality executed with my perception. There were varied inspirational subjects: i.e.: the shadows created by the late afternoon sun on a fall day, images sent to me from the Iraq war, the mesas of The Southwest, a face on a movie screen, Nordic rune symbols, the lush green of the East End lowlands, and the intense blue-lit atmosphere of Montauk.
Josephine M. Wojtusiak
Currently a Resident of Montauk NY, Formerly Brooklyn NY
Assoc. Liberal Arts, Hunter College CUNY
BFA Long Island University, Southampton NY