Painter Dana Trattner has experienced two very different views of the world. Before corneal transplant surgery her vision and her art were very muted; dullness of color, evenness of tone and distortion of figures and perspective were all distinctive characteristics of her artwork.
Today Dana's perception of light has increased many times over. She uses mixtures of pastel and water-based mediums and infuses her paintings and prints with the intense colors that she can now see clearly.
solo show, Raymond, ME, Hole in The Wall Studioworks, May 28- June 29,2011