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Valentina DuBasky, an artist known for her evocative magical realist style featuring totemic animal images and lushly colored surfaces. . . .There is something wonderfully provocative about the different degrees to which the birds are depicted as “being there. . .” This effect of fading in and out helps to create a vivid sensation of movement, suggesting a cyclical condition wherein time and place vary, but the processes of birth and rebirth remain constant. 

— Ronny Cohen, ARTFORUM

Crane, Moon and Reeds

2017, oil on canvas, 72 x 60 inches 

Cranes, Warblers and Ironwood 

2003, oil and fresco on panel, 56 x 60 inches 

Red Bird and Cove Site

2016, oil on canvas, 60 x 48 inches 

Red Heron and Moon

2010, oil on canvas, 60 x 48 inches 

Grey Bird in Rose Field

2016, oil on canvas, 60 x 48 inches 

Lake Site with Yellow Crane 

2003, oil and fresco on panel, 56 x 60 inches 

Rainforest 

2003, oil and wax on paper, 48 x 38 inches 

Mountain Site 

2003, oil and fresco on panel, 35 x 38 inches