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Our spring and autumn equinox is when the sun’s path crosses an imaginary line in the sky that we call the equator. The length of day and night is nearly equal but not quite, because the sun’s rays are bent (refracted); thus one can be lit up before the sun actually rises. When the length of the day and night are truly equal, it is called equilux. This actually happens a few days before the spring equinox and a few days after the autumn equinox, and the day of equilux differs, depending on where one is located in the world.

Maria Talasz operates as an independent artist with a wide variety in range of work. From detailed to completely abstract, the dimensional art carries a positive energy, with a respectful relationship to nature. Often extending beyond two dimensions, each composition seeks freedom, with spaces left open to allow the selected work to breathe, and elements to have movement.