"Gazing at the paintings and drawings of Candyce Brokaw, one is immediately struck by a generous surface and graphic complexity. On closer examination, her images reveal a unique wonderland populated with figures - flowing and merging - into and out from one another. When Candyce Brokaw is at work, time stands still. In her unbridled passion to create, she allows her insides to spill out onto the page, as an endless flow of visual incantation. Be it on paper or wooden plank, Brokaw's oeuvre is in any case beguiling, as chimeric elements dance across the surface of her chosen substrate. Resembling strange, primitive motifs, her creatures seem to reflect the wellspring of fragments from the artist's own personality."
Marcus Schubert - photographer and curator - Toronto, Canada.
The art is the spontaneous compulsion of my core.
The creations are streams of my unconsciousness.
It feels funny to call it "my art" sometimes because I am surprised when I look at it.
The art becomes a Rorschach test. Viewing the embedded components gives people a glimpse of the treasures hidden within the deep chambers of themselves.