The paintings by Lisbeth Parisius testify to a deep feeling for the basic values of existence. The motives are simple: the brick house, the ladder, the boat, the lid, the fire, the deer ... Existential themes, which are painted, because they present themselves as moods for the artist. The figure drawings are powerful and with a peculiar primitive expression. They emerge from the spontaneously painted background as objects from a time that has always been, but rooted in a renewed expression. She herself says that her paintings are about the human psyche, the universal and daily life questions.

Lise Buurgaard, JanusNyt, no.5, 2004 translated from Danish