James Juszczyk

James Juszczyk’s work melds concepts from constructivism, Zen Haiku, and perception theory with a painterly tradition he shares with artists such as Piet Mondrian and Mark Rothko. Throughout his career, Juszczyk has cultivated and refined the foundations of his painting style and unique color vision. “James Juszczyk is a painter in the truest sense of the word, for he is thoroughly versed in the effects of color and exploits them with great sensitivity to create neighborhoods of precious colors. His painting unites rational pictorial construction with meditative color schemes—an important contribution to The Sublime in Art,” said one critic.