Matuszewski’s oil paintings are meditative and harmonious color fields, invoking calm and a sense of peacefulness. The pencil drawings are inspired by anonymous artists, usually women and children, who laboriously craft fabrics and weavings. All the works can be viewed as Prayers for Peace and Prayers for the Earth, mindfully realized one half inch square at a time.
Her artwork has been featured previously with the Art in Embassies Program in Saudi Arabia and in Myanmar. She has exhibited in many national shows and throughout the state of California for 35 years. Her work is in several collections including Kaiser Hospital, Marin General Hospital, the David and Lucile Packard Foundation, William F. Black Collection, the Ron Collins Collection, and, the Tempe Public Library in Arizona.
Currently she is exhibiting with the SFMOMA Artists Gallery, and the Andra Norris Gallery in Burlingame, California. She is also an active member and exhibiting artist at the Marin Museum of Contemporary Art.