"Sensing a vigor and vitality in
geometry, Harriet FeBland made it her subject.
"It is a universal imagery understood by everyone" she states. But
hers is not the
cool reasoned geometry of Mondrian, the result of analytical thinking. It is
creative woman's intuitive vision of it's vital essence .... the color of her
is exalted; her sculptures hint at a hidden meaning akin to the mystery divulged
by the prehistoric taboos of submerged, magic civilizations. Harriet FeBland
humanized geometry and revealed its mystery and its beauty.
She is the poet of geometry.
Paul Mocsanyi Former Director, New School Art Center
New School for Social Research, New York, N.Y.