Rose Masterpol would seem to be two painters in one. In fact, she is one painter paying attention to two modes of expression. Both those modes are urgent and convincing, and she responds to both with insight, conviction, and unmistakable personality.
“I work in a series format, which allows myself and the work to progress and never stop evolving. Working the way I do is an alleyway to explore all the abstractions without limitations. My influences are nature, sound and truth, which alter me and in turn alter the work in many ways I cannot explain.
I literally use a jumping-off-a-bridge into the abyss modus, except with my new body of work; “Geometrix” this work is methodical. In there I compose, allow, surrender and give birth to something unsuspecting. I relinquish thought so something else can emerge, something unexplainable. The stuff in—between existence and non-existence is my playground. I exploit myself to gain access to unearthly realms of the unseen and the unknown through my human experiences. Because I am highly sensitive, vulnerable and intuitive, I am vastly open to possibilities that are not otherwise present or available.
Since I can remember, I have had a demanding drive to create... it is a true reflection of who I am, inside—out. In the end, the result/work is a self-actualized breathing entity, which is a part of the whole (body of work), kind of like how the universe works.”