Front Room Archives: Margaret Witschl, Getting Anxious, February 2012

January 26 to February 25, 2012
Front Room Gallery

M. Witschl, Agoraphobia, 2011, acrylic on canvas, 70 cm x 105 cm

M. Witschl, Agoraphobia, 2011, acrylic on canvas, 70 cm x 105 cm

Described as sinister and ominous, this body of paintings explores the expression of anxiety within the context of contemporary Surrealism and “experimenting with the psychological limbo of … that movement.”

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1 Comment

  • September 6, 2012

    Eswyl Fell

    Love this painting…..it makes me think of scottish families who had emigrated to Canada and the struggles they faced settling in a new culture away from family. We are related as James Grant, tinsmith, is my great-grandfather. Would you like to get in touch? I would love to learn more about James Grant etc..
    Eswyl (Wick)