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Helen Lundeberg and the Illusory Landscape

Helen Lundeberg’s landscape paintings invite us to ponder the very essence of her artistic creativity and the enigma it enfolds. Over the course of her long career she has consistently stated that her landscapes are not abstractions of specific places or visual reality, but rather are mostly inventions painted in her studio, and that only a few are based on drawings made out of doors.  Formal structure, emotional impact, and the illusions of space and dimension have been her aesthetic goals from the very beginning of her artistic life.

-Diane D. Moran

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