by Annie Churdar in New Art on Tuesday 30 April 2013

Marie Jager’s art is beautiful and brilliant because it takes a moment for the punchline to hit you. Each piece is somewhat experimental, interacting with natural elements, aging, and the forces of nature. Take, for instance, her architectural prints. The blue prints have lovely yellow triangles overlaying the image. No, she didn’t use Photoshop or the Triangle App for Instagram. Jager actually used sunshine and age to manipulate the image.