Donna Billick's rock art, including mosaics, terrazzo, tile, and granite stands within yet apart from an ageless continuum of artists who scratched and chiseled their mark on mountains and cave walls.
The difference between Billick's art and the mosaic pavements from a Roman forum or in Christian cathedrals is in the process, intent and meaning. A new perception of the nature of art and the nature of nature reserves the conception and purpose of art making in the contemporary world.
Billick stands with a foot in the human past, connected by materials and technique; yet she is squarely prepared for the twenty-first century.
John Natsoulas Press