Anna Zinger’s paintings celebrate the joy of color. On the canvas, her brush dances with the worlds of imagery – seemingly in chaos, but actually in perfect order. It is their private order.
Zinger’s hand, somewhat hesitant and yet confident enough, appears to chase the brush which demands the right of speech and imprints shapes and colors on the canvas. It seems that the painting, when completed, tells Zinger its story, reveals it to her while revealing itself, and thus becomes her own story. This story reflects joy. It probably emanates from joy, and may also give the artist some joy at the end of the day. Read more