The purpose of my painting is to express the magnificence of this amazingly beautiful universe. I celebrate the mystery of my channeling and communication with animals and my art is a lifelong strategy to protect this incredibly beautiful diversity.
– Peggy Cyphers
“Now she’s just painting, in an effortless style that corrupts and complicates the staining technique originated by Color Field painters like Helen Frankenthaler with various ideas in the air: notational, pattern-prone motifs, landscape references and allusions to textiles and fabric. The plants are still here, but now they are usually soft blooms and plumes of color that also suggest, with a little help from the titles, wet pavement, blurry stop lights or even the Brooklyn Bridge.”
– Roberta Smith, New York Times…