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Published on Mar 1, 2012
I am thrilled your paintings show observable progress into the new dimension you are pursuing. Your art continues to impress me. These paintings are more mature than the previous ones. They seem to be moving toward your own controlled style rather than just an experiment.
The tiny lines in these paintings are the most complex, complicated and intricate you have produced. The merging of edges and colors without a definitive line is outstanding.
The colors, generally, are more muted still than in your previous style. Some, nevertheless, are showing a happy reconnection to your former lush colors. The penultimate painting, for example, is my favorite.
I see a number of Liliana's secret--and unintended--faces and animals. They are intriguing. In one painting I see the head of an ugly, evil rat with holes in it. They will become, eventually, I predict, a type of authentication that a painting is indeed by you. This would be, of course, sometime in the future when Ph.D. candidates in art are studying your paintings for their doctoral dissertation. At that eventual stage of your spiritual development you will probably still be painting, but certainly in an ensuing life.