Release by Angela Di Bello, Director at Agora Gallery, Soho, New York
In smoldering reds, effulgent clouds of gold, and the insubstantial wisps
of blue sky, Elin Neumann depicts nebulous landscapes and blushing firmament
- the numinous results of weather, land and light.
Neumann creates her art in a continual process of application of media,
undoing, and reworking. Her paintings achieve an immense depth of space
and intimate the sky ablaze at dusk and a truly substantive quality of
In the thick silence of vacuity, distance, and the gradual but utter transformation
of space and materiality, Neumann's works project a sensation of flight
- of motion and altitude - in views implausible to the earth-bound observer.
Gathering storm clouds bear an apocalyptic tinge in their dramatic formations
and spectacular hues. Neumann's paintings seek the sublime through immaterial
space and color, with a romantic impulse towards spontaneity and the reverence
Neumann studied at The Design School in Kolding, Denmark, and the Aarhus
Art Academy. She has participated in exhibitions both in Denmark and abroad.