Oil, Wax, and Antique Fabric on Paper
12" X 9” X 1/4"
Heather Kanazawa's paintings are studies of memory and place. Her work mainly is abstraction, because she feels that most memories are simply recordings of colors, textures, or sounds. she develops them, adding and subtracting paint, scraping, taking away, and playing with color and texture. It is through this process that the work begins to develop and feel fully realized.