“In my Janus collection, I am pulling forward an elaborate, colorful and detailed abstracted landscape. As a work becomes fully realized, I begin to apply a veil of white, masking most of the work that lies beneath, pushing it back into the void from which it came. In this, my work discusses the mysterious, and how we place our faith. The veil is not intended to be deceptive or create space between the unknown and us; instead it is a tool to begin a conversation. What does it take to trust stories over our immediate perceptions? Why does the story matter at all?” – Pantéa

“I selected Leah Pantea’s because I admire her use of organic forms and geometric lines in her abstract landscapes which result in a mysterious dream like scene. Her technique of using very light colors with few dark ones along with a touch of gold creates an obscure world leaving the viewer with a feeling of wonder.” – Jessica Amaya, Marketing Manager & Sales

Additional information


30 x 22 in (L x H)




Oil on hot-pressed watercolor paper


Edition for sale

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