Blue and Red
Central Park Landscapes
Face to Face
Song of Love
Time of Beauty
The Princess Gallery:
Using four engraving plates allowed Krynsky to layer ink, creating
various factors and modulations on color. The result were
approximately one hundred original prints without series duplication.
engraving incises the mind of the viewer as rich hues pierce through the
eyes of the Princess.
To some extent we have all been touched by fairy tales of Princess’ in
kingdoms. The artist bases this series on childhood memories.
Velvety black tones
give life to the Krynsky' s portrayal of the powerful female sovereign.
. Dry Point In Color . 16.5" x 21.5" . 1981
Etching Pelikan Press seems emblematic of Krynsky’s life for art. For
if the Maestro prints extremely limited copies of each etching and then
paints on top of them so that each is a unique work of art, his art, his
art world, is nonetheless boundless, unlimited, so vast as to be
illimitable-for Krynsky’s art is total art." ~
Stewart, correspondent in Italy for the Dutch daily Algemeen
Dagblag, has written widely on European culture and reported for many
years on East Europe for many European publications.