"My artwork is rooted in life and landscape. I am an artist who responds to the environment’s ever changing stimuli. My art installations are a kind of aesthetic crosscut of lively systems, already in progress, and that we are a part of. I notice the changes of light, variations in sound, and sensations of energetic presence or absence in my environment. Sensitivity stirs my curiosity which sparks imagination. How I perceive these experiences varies and informs the way I respond to material, senses, time and space. What is consistent throughout the body of work is a personal inquisitiveness. Through creative process, I am creating an art experience of inquiry." KL
***Kris Lanzer responds visually in a variety of ways. Her work is nature oriented, process-based, studio made, experimental, and autobiographical. Art forms that she creates include installation art, mixed media sculpture, printmaking, and collage. Exploring dualities, creating space within the overlap of harmony and discord, help to fuel her work.
This winter, she'll be showing an intaglio/relief print relating to her "Garden of Sustenance" at The Art Center's International Printmaking Exhibition, Dover, NH. In the spring, Lanzer will be exhibiting her series of abstract napkin drawings at Ceres Bakery, Portsmouth, NH.