LandEscape Art Review // Special Issue - Page 174

Land scape Tanya Ziniewicz CONTEMPORARY ART REVIEW would like to pose a question about the nature of the relationship of your art with your audience. Do you consider the issue of audience reception as being a crucial component of your decision-making process, in terms of what type of language is used in a particular context? I like to think my imagery is accessible and universal to a wide-ranging audience, and I keep that aim in mind as I work. I'm not sure if I would say there is any direct involvement between my audience and the work – there is visual experience, formal appreciation, and conceptual reflection, but nothing more complicated than that. I try to choose series titles that are simple and straightforward, usually a word that I have in mind with some amount of frequency while I am working, that I feel summarizes my main ideas while creating that project. Thanks a lot for your time and for sharing your thoughts, Tanya. Finally, would you like to tell us readers something about your future projects? How do you see your work evolving? I recently started working on a larger scale (36x60”), and I intend to continue working bigger. I would like to introduce new textures and colors, as well as directly suggesting skin and aspects of human anatomy. I have a handful of printmaking projects (etchings and screen prints) that I have started and