#1 35th and 3rd, 1980
#2 Motorcycle, 1980
#3 Cadillac, 1979
#4 Moonscape, 1982
#5 Interference, 1987
#6 Venus, 1990
#7 The Red Moon, 1991
#8 Permutation 1, 2006
#9 Fetish in Sepia with Net, 2009
#10 Fugue 17, 2016

The Journey

On the journey from Photo Realism to Abstraction, I have traveled a road with many turns and stops along the way—always to find myself back on the path with new vision and a keen sense of forward movement.  —Ilona Sochynsky

FROM HYPER REALISM

TO

ABSTRACTION

My transmutation from hyper realism to abstraction began as an investment in close study of image, surface, light.  Along the way I traveled through periods of fragmentation, surrealism, and the creation of dreamlike states through layering of images, textures, and objects that seem to be unrelated, yet communicate volumes.

 

Abstraction became my final destination.

#1

35th and 3rd, 1980

Oil on canvas

48 x 48 in

Permanent collection of The James Voorhees Zimmerli Art Museum, NJ

#2

Motorcycle, 1980

Oil on canvas

48 x 48 inches

Collection of the Morris Propp Foundation, NY

#3

Cadillac, 1979

Oil on canvas

48 x 48 inches

Collection of The Ukrainian Museum, NY

#4

Moonscape, 1982

Oil on canvas

66 x 52 inches

Collection of Hall Capital Partners, LLC

#5

Interference, 1987

Oil on canvas

48 x 48 inches

Private collection

#6

Venus, 1990

Oil on canvas

28 x 28 inches

Private collection

#7

Red Moon, 1991

Oil on canvas

66 x 66 inches

Permanent collection of The Ukrainian Museum, NY

#8

Permutation 1, 2006

Oil on board

34 x 34 inches

Collection of Cooper Cancer Institute, NJ

#9

Fetish in Sepia, 2009

Oil on canvas

20 x 20 inches

Private collection

#10

Fugue No. 17, 2017

Oil on wood

30 x 30 inches

Collection of Phoenix Crowne Holdings, NY

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#9 Fetish in Sepia with Net, 2009

Ilona Sochynsky Oil on canvas, 20 x 20 in Private collection

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