N. Skreko Martin’s work translates the landscape of the Southwest in a very personal style that synthesizes sculptural forms from Art Deco with an impressionist’s concern for the changing quality of light. The wall reliefs, in polychromed ceramic or cast paper, are striking contemporary statements.
Beautiful sculptures composed of assembled pieces of painted wood meant to be hung on the wall. They look like paintings without frames. Her pastels are so rich that they would carry the pieces even if they didn’t have textural interest.