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FROM MANY, ONE. Acrylic on canvas 48" x 60".

Her artistic development has also moved rapidly from representational to abstract art in a very brief period of time. Her abstract art is loose and free flowing and has been described as "intuitive", " spontaneous", “creating a sense of "limitless space", having "light interact with matter in a way that breaks down the barriers between the physical and the ethereal ", offering "a cosmic, dreamy experience", conveying "the immediate pleasures of paint itself...with sensuous satisfaction and ...autonomous beauty.” "Bucholtz ...boldly carries the torch of Abstract Expressionism into the postmodern era by virtue of her energetic paint handling and unerring sense of form and color." Her latest review had this to say: “...her work calls to mind the definition ‘color construction’ since she employs broad strokes of the brush and possibly the palette knife to lay down brilliant hues that function as the actual building blocks of her composition.” Bucholtz has used all drawing and painting media excelling in acrylics and watercolor. Her work is now in numerous collections both on the east and the west coast as well as in England.

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Living Artists of Today: Contemporary Art. Vol.1  

This book takes the viewer through a visual journey of discovery and enjoyment of artwork by artists who live and work both next door to us...

Living Artists of Today: Contemporary Art. Vol.1  

This book takes the viewer through a visual journey of discovery and enjoyment of artwork by artists who live and work both next door to us...

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