Dana Simon’s work is figurative, and her vibrant energetic colors conveys great feeling. Working with materials like wood, Plexiglas and plaster life casts, she has created a way to break through limits set by the two dimensional form. Dana Simon has Usher’s Syndrome a progressive condition that affects both her sight and hearing.
”When I painted these works I still had good central vision, I had problems with depth perception and tunnel vision. These works use high contrast colors and large shapes. As I have a progressive condition and my vision has changed my work is always changing.”