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“Siracusa developed her unique technique through exploring realism. She had a self-imposed belief that an abstract artist must master realism before embarking on abstraction. Her studies of the great masters of architecture and art led her to drawing and painting details of notable architecture and sculpture along with her original creations. When asked about her artistic influence, Siracusa prefaced her response with talking about the architects and artists that she admires. Da Vinci, Michelangelo, Bernini, Le Corbusier, Gaudi and Botta to name a few. That said, these artists gave her the vision for her current technique and style. After many works in graphite, oil pastel, mosaic tile, clay, wire sculpture, acrylic and oil on canvas, Siracusa’s true technique and style came to life. All of this study and honing of her skills led her to painting her early love of water. The colorful reflections, the driven currents and the shear energy of H2O has launched her into great depths of fluid exploration. She is navigating her way into a minimalistic abyss of creative originality.”

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