While Lois R. Lupica’s background as a law professor and advocate is in the literal and concrete, her artwork is the antithesis of literal. When making art, her thoughts are suspended, and instinct and passion take over. Lupica’s abstractions rely on images, form, color, tone, scale and dimension, tripping a range sentiments in viewers.
Lupica’s cold wax pieces are expressions of light emerging from the darkness, with imagery subsumed by subtle tones and texture. Her
The visions, sounds and feelings of the beginning, spark a new life within a life for Susan’s art. The dawn of new creations opens doors and eyes to never before realized feelings of the shapes and colors that express her emotions. The excitement of the “fast” lines intermingling with both softly blended and vivid earth colors shows the freedom of expression that she has never felt before. Pushing the paint in a direction that feels necessary at the moment, then lett