Bucholttz' work is one of the most completely abstract of any artist developing today

It comes strictly from the imagination using no imagery or things to inspire it..

Her latest review had this to say: “...her work calls to mind the definition ‘color construction’ since she employs broad strokes of the brush and possibly the palette knife to lay down brilliant hues that function as the actual building blocks of her composition.”

Bucholtz has used all drawing and painting media excelling in acrylics and watercolor.

Her work is now in numerous collections both on the east and the west coast as well as in England.


In terms of the historical sweep of art development, my work easily falls under the general rubric of Abstract Expressionism. However, it moves on from that approach to a more lyrical style with an innovative use of very informal strokes, incomplete forms, unusual arrangements, and "accidentals", gestures that seem to fall where they may, to create a more serendipitous experience for the viewer. My use of color, too, is unique to my style by being freely chosen based on visual connections rather than on rules. With all these tools, I hope to show everyone who views my art the magic which is the truth behind what we think of as reality and work toward the creation of a new category of art that will be known as Abstract Lyricism, art that sings.