gets a nod from Artsy. I can see why- (thought she might not call it “abstraction”) below is a mind blowing mix of digital collage printed on silk and vinyl, spandex, smocking, appliqué, pine, upholstery foam, silk thread, and flashe paint.
gets a nice mention in Two Coats article about Material Mutations, part one; The Canvas at Transmitter.
Hyperallergic notes that the work Sheela (and others) have in Fault Lines
prove that abstraction need not be confined to the inner life of the artist.
Met Jean recently when she and
Katie were taking down their show at 311. She’s interested (I think, also because I am…) in the “thingness” of paintings.
Has work included in
With Pleasure (please do click through and read about Anna Katz’s show on Pattern and Decoration at MoCA).
More and more
is also in
Art on Paper along with May and Eleanor.
has the amazing piece below in
Art on Paper along with May and others.
the newest iteration of the Weatherspoon’s Art on Paper (technically below is made *of* paper).
Victoria Martinez is an interdisciplinary artist who explores textiles, painting, and installation art.
She is also a Hopper Prize finalist.
Megan Reed is an artist in Los Angeles. She holds an MFA in Painting from California College of the Arts in San Francisco
and is a Hopper Prize finalist.
says) Paul’s sculptures and light installations unite the handmade and high-tech.