Karol Mack is widely recognized as one of the foremost interpreters of the Western landscape. Her oil paintings evoke the essence and beauty of the natural world as only a master of painting can do. The special magic of Karol's work is communicated through light, color and her own unique vision.
At their best, Moran and Bierstadt,
like the artist of the Hudson River School, capture the grand,
unspoiled, yet often fearsome qualities of the American wilderness
and do so in ways that inspire feelings of transcendence (or, as
Karol Mack calls it," sacredness”)-that reverential, if momentary,
insight that nature indeed reflects the divine hand of the Creator.
sublime is a deeply moving aesthetic value. It can be found in
many different forms of landscape, but seldom as alive and moving as
in the vast, towering peaks of Karol Mack’s paintings.
Last Updated 07/17/11