Natural beauty, pantomime and surrealism collide in the paintings of Linda Herzog. Of fairytale and the like do they fair, and something akin to the verse of The Brothers Grimm comes to mind…:
They were big and little creatures. Some were hairy with long, thin tails, and some had noses long as pokers. Some had bulging eyes and some had 20 toes. In they came — crashing through the door, sliding down the chimney, crawling through the windows. They shouted and cried. They banged pots and pans. They twirled their tails and tapped their toes upon the wooden floor.