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“Stephanie Reisch paints with a nod to prehistory. Indistinct animal forms resonate through her abstract painterly compositions, which reach into a realm of higher consciousness, instinct and the past. Hidden within the painted surfaces can be the animals themselves – a piece of bone or tooth or claw, ground into the paint, carrying the potency of its own history.


My work is certainly influenced by shamanic precepts and some of my conceptual enquiry is informed by that ecology of ideas, but I would not

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