On April 7, 2017 The Rodger LaPelle Galleries will show work by BENSIGNOR an exhibit of imagined landscapes inspired by the energy created between wood and garden.
With a career spanning over 40 years and art work in public, private, and museum collections, Bensignor's focus has intensified over time, moving away from the landscape as an environment and concentrating instead on its hidden symbolic, philosophic, and political meaning- combined with the complex abstract forms in nature.
Her artistic process is painstaking, technically meticulous and her use of abstract forms and lines are unique to her art. The ultimate goal of the work is to engage the viewer in a dialogue with the complex images, and, then, to allow the viewer to interpret the meanings hidden in the form.
She believes we exist because we exist, because we can. Many of Bensignor's underlying themes play tribute to strength of persistence in nature until it succeeds over all obstacles.