Artist Greta Kotz works in a variety of media: watercolor, pastel, acrylic, graphite, even digital illustration. It is interesting to note the way in which different materials convey differing atmospheres and moods. While the watercolor form of a man may feel ethereal, the acrylic portrait of a woman suggests a physicality. Regardless of what tools she uses to create her art, though, her style is consistent. Kotz’ compositions swirl between abstraction and realistic depictions of the human form. They are also continually centered on the subject of each work, as well as the subtle psychology in their gestures and body language.