If these deep swirls and crags were random, they would merely be texture. But what appears to be randomness when you stand close to the art becomes genius as you back away from it. Details emerge, vividly suggested to the mind by tender strokes of the fingers. You are seduced into an illusion.
The art lives and begins to speak.
Monet, Cézanne, Pissarro and Degas used thick layers of paint to become Impressionists in two dimensions.
Jane DeDecker is a 3-Dimensional Impressionist in bronze, possibly the only one in the world.