Wonderfully personifying each of “The Four
Seasons”, Yolanda Lengyel divides them into four
separate works, each embodying the stage-like
qualities of the theater. Winter is a caring soul.
Note how he protects the bird from the frigid
environment. Spring bubbles with all of the life
of a festive musician. His avian companion now
joins him in a dance to celebrate the rebirth of
nature. Summer captures the essence of a wild,
untamed landscape. Notice the grass as it grows
uncontrolled and the abundance of minute
creatures which live amongst the blades. Autumn
brings about a more serene emotion. Our figure
appears melancholy. Perhaps he realizes that the
return of winter is near.