Please join Synkroniciti in welcoming Brooklyn-based visual artist Carol Radsprecher. We are thrilled to feature three lively paintings: “Dotted Head,” “I’m Really Not Angry” and “Foot Planted Firmly on the Ground,” accompanied by an article, “Feminism and Figural Abstraction: The Work of Carol Radsprecher” which tells a little about her creative process and journey. These ink and acrylic paintings are works of figural abstraction and indirect, often subconscious, symbolism, combining biological, especially feminine, forms and non-biological shapes in a non-representational way that invites the mind to play with synchronicity. Colors dance vividly before our eyes and we may find ourselves choked up or delighted by the stories our minds find on the canvas.
Experience Carol’s dynamic artwork in Synkroniciti’s “Flow” issue, Vol 4, No. 2. Purchase the issue or subscribe here: https://synkroniciti.com/the-magazine/.
Carol Radsprecher is a Brooklyn-based painter and digital printmaker. She earned her MFA in painting from Hunter College, CUNY, in 1988. Her work has appeared in several solo shows and numerous group shows and has been published in many publications.
Carol is always eager to voice her opinions on everything, even things about which she knows very little. She loves cats and other animals (as well as doing nothing, watching TV and movies, reading, fulminating about what’s happening in our country and world, and sleeping).
In her work she combines distorted figuration with abstraction. Her website is https://www.carolradsprecher.com.