SPITAL. Almost too small was the gallery at the factory at the vernissage of Marina Warren Nash, but not because of the many visitors, but because of the large size of the pictures and sculptures of the American artist.
The shapes reveal that the artist studied architecture, and also has degrees in painting and sculpture. The pictures and sculptures are dedicated to the dialogue between the people. Encounters take place, but everyone goes his own way.
The black primary color represents the subconscious, but also woman submitting herself to the red “man”. The artist is also influenced by Greek mythology and the Orthodox Church. No wonder, since her the mother was born in Greece, and Marina Warren Nash has repeatedly interrupted her studies for stays in Greece and Rome.
There is a striking sculpture even outside of the gallery: Agape is really worth seeing. Another work found in the gallery, a sculpture of black and glass, has already been used for a special purpose: as a way of presenting Tiffany jewelry. The works of Marina Warren Nash definitely require large spaces. An exhibition worth seeing. Open until January 7, 1990. – Kremstaler Rundschau