Carmen Groza’s collages are variations of fragments of paper, toile, mixed matters, organised in camaieu of rust and autumn. They are, for those who have ever flown on a plane, rural landscapes where fields and woods cut up in the varnished horizon of mist.

Slow emotions tie up in the time of the viewing of the works: tones of putrefying weeds, dead tree leaves and ochre, orange, yellow luminescence draw the eye along into the temporality of the origins.

Carmen Groza builds her peaceful work in a master of subtlety, precision and simplicity. A happiness through discovery.


Daniel Simon.