About Marischa Slusarski

Painter, photographer, sculptor and designer Marischa Slusarski portrays the geography and inhabitants of a world that, while imaginary, speaks directly to the poetic, whimsical and emotional fabric of our own. Slusarski has always used a variety of media to give form and flesh to her menageries. Her early, deeply textured and painterly works depicting sexualized familial groups of anatomically anomalous forest creatures were grounded in an almost classical approach to stylized realism and muscular painting technique. Her latest works on paper and canvas build from those sensual surfaces of pigment and marble dust, adding other kinds of image-making, including vibrating post-folk line drawing and a black rain of text-based typography transfers, in an approach that is more illustrative, more self-consciously symbolic and emotionally raw. -Shana Nys Dambrot


By | 2022-02-25T00:15:38+00:00 February 25th, 2022|Marischa News|

Marischa Slusarski‘s new series, “Across the Floors of Silent Seas,” is a riotous convergence of form and color explored through large-scale abstract paintings, 3-D collages, and augmented digital photos. Slusarski employs seemingly discordant materials and an often psychedelic palette to present works exploring line, texture, and natural forms. The multi-dimensional pieces recede and unfurl with [...]


The Woolfer Visual Arts Lab

By | 2020-12-30T18:27:21+00:00 December 30th, 2020|Marischa News|

Who we are… The Woolfer Fine Arts Lab is a virtual support group designed to help creatives unite. We are a community offering accountability, friendship and purpose. We share ideas and challenges, explore new disciplines, discuss techniques, and more. The Visual Arts Lab is not an online class and there is no curriculum. We [...]

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Electric Koolaid Banana curated by Marischa Slusarski

By | 2020-12-30T00:05:29+00:00 December 30th, 2020|Marischa News|

Does good art lead to intersubjectivity?  Psychological energy shared between two sources cannot be effortlessly explained. Source energy is not inherently intellectual. The process of creating art can suspend time and space. It transforms, awakens, engenders physical impulses, rejigs the banality of the quotidian.  Electric Kool-Aid Banana is a hybrid celebration of the revisitation [...]

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