Portland Press Article
From the feature article by arts journalist Bob Keyes:
Bronstein’s paintings offer introspection. As a photographer, she spent 30 years looking out at the world, capturing what she saw. As a painter, she is using the opportunity of the medium to look inward, creating a series of paintings that excavate images from her subconscious and dreamlike seascapes. They are layered with sexual iconography, draped in kelp and balanced with rock formations… She also creates soft, abstract aerial views of water and land masses, marking routes among islands and shores distant and near. Her paintings are full of historical references, personal reflections and natural beauty.
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