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ART Habens Anita Le Sech materials from everyday life allowing the art to preserve its self in all its glory. Heltah Skeltah 2 and 3 are very textured in their background but the vibrancy of their colours and their similarities in their brush strokes and style make for a perfect diptych. There is certainly an element of influence from my psychological place of mind at the time the painting is produced. A Maze was produced at a time in my life where it was slightly chaotic and therefore producing a piece that was precise and organised gave me a sense of order. Rough was one of my first pieces that I created and at the time I wanted to experiment with textures more than colour. I realised then that it wasn’t always about the colour and vibrancy of a painting that draws people to it. Sometimes the simplicity of a painting can be seen as complicated to others. It’s interesting to see what type of people are drawn to certain styles and colours. Yes, I love Picasso. His diversity of painting was way ahead of his time. The Special Issue 23 4 05