Ellen Heck

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<b>Carolina Color Wheels: On the Brink of M</b>, 2017<br>Mixed media on panel, 44x44 inches<br><i>sold</i>
Carolina Color Wheels: On the Brink of M

<b>Caroline Color Wheels: Cool or Warm to the Touch</b>, 2017<br>Mixed media on panel, 50x50 inches<br>$8000
Caroline Color Wheels: Cool or Warm to the Touch

<b>Carolina Color Wheels: Dixie Classic</b>, 2017<br>Mixed media on panel, 44x44 inches<br>$7000
Carolina Color Wheels: Dixie Classic

<b>Carolina Color Wheels: The Table Between 9:30 and 9:45</b>, 2017<br>Mixed media on panel, 44x44 inches<br>$7000
Carolina Color Wheels: The Table Between 9:30 and 9:45

<b>Carolina Color Wheels: Untitled Ocean Park</b>, 2017<br>Mixed media on panel, 53x44 inches<br>$7000
Carolina Color Wheels: Untitled Ocean Park

<b>Mirror Wave</b>, 2017<br>Mixed media on panel, 62x100 inches<br>$13000
Mirror Wave

<b>Long Wave</b>, 2017<br>36 etchings pulled from the same plate, watercolor, ink, spray paint, and acrylic mounted on panels, 75x75 inches<br>$12000
Long Wave

<b>Extendable Horizon</b>, 2017<br>Mixed media over drypoint on panel, 42x59 inches<br>$7000
Extendable Horizon

<b>Midsummer Conversation</b>, 2017<br>Mixed media on panel, 33x16 inches<br>$1600
Midsummer Conversation

<b>Conversation about Borrowing</b>, 2017<br>drypoint and chalk on panels, 33x16 inches<br>$1600
Conversation about Borrowing

<b>Conversation about Fortitude</b>, 2017<br>drypoint, oil, spray paint, watercolor on panels, 33x16 inches<br><i>sold</i>
Conversation about Fortitude

<b>Conversation about Investment</b>, 2017<br>drypoint, crayon, acrylic on panels, 25x16 inches<br>$1200
Conversation about Investment

<b>Conversation about Water</b>, 2017<br>drypoint, watercolor, acrylic, collage on panels, 25x16 inches<br><i>sold</i>
Conversation about Water

<b>Conversation During a Short Rainfall</b>, 2017<br>drypoint, oil pastel, ballpoint, collage on panels, 33x16 inches<br>$1600
Conversation During a Short Rainfall

<b>Conversation in an Orchard</b>, 2017<br>drypoint, acrylic, watercolor, collage on panels, 33x16 inches<br>$1600
Conversation in an Orchard

<b>Sarah Wearing One of a Series of Hats (1/9 e.v.)</b>, 2017<br>woodcut and drypoint, 15x11 inches<br>$600
Sarah Wearing One of a Series of Hats (1/9 e.v.)

<b>Sarah Wearing One of a Series of Hats (3/9 e.v.)</b>, 2017<br>woodcut and drypoint with hand painting, 15x11 inches<br><i>sold</i>
Sarah Wearing One of a Series of Hats (3/9 e.v.)

<b>Sarah Wearing One of a Series of Hats (5/9 e.v.)</b>, 2017<br>drypoint with hand painting, 15x11 inches<br><i>sold</i>
Sarah Wearing One of a Series of Hats (5/9 e.v.)

<b>Sarah Wearing One of a Series of Hats (9/9 e.v.)</b>, 2017<br>woodcut and drypoint with hand painting, 15x11 inches<br><i>sold</i>
Sarah Wearing One of a Series of Hats (9/9 e.v.)

<b>Sarah Wearing One of a Series of Hats (7/9 e.v.)</b>, 2017<br>drypoint and mixed media, 15x11 inches<br>$600
Sarah Wearing One of a Series of Hats (7/9 e.v.)

<b>Amy Wearing a Mobius Strip as a Hat</b>, 2017<br>drypoint and mezzotint, 15x11 inches<br>$600
Amy Wearing a Mobius Strip as a Hat

<b>Kate Wearing Archetecture as a Hat</b>, 2017<br>woodcut and drypoint, 15x11 inches<br>$600
Kate Wearing Archetecture as a Hat

<b>Kira and Three M&#246;bius Knots</b>, 2017<br>woodcut and drypoint with hand painting, 15x11 inches unframed<br>$400
Kira and Three Möbius Knots

<b>Mia Wearing a Perforated M&#246;bius Strip as a Hat</b>, 2017<br>drypoint and aquatint (3 plates), 15x11 inches<br>$600
Mia Wearing a Perforated Möbius Strip as a Hat

<b>Maria, Who Refused to Wear a Hat</b>, 2017<br>woodcut and drypoint with hand painting, 15x11 inches unframed<br>$500
Maria, Who Refused to Wear a Hat

<b>Wren Wearing a Mobius Strip as a Hat</b>, 2017<br>woodcut and drypoint with hand painting, 15x11 inches unframed<br>$500
Wren Wearing a Mobius Strip as a Hat

<b>Space Curves Where There is Matter e.v.</b>, 2017<br>drypoint and aquatint, 15x11 inches unframed<br>$500
Space Curves Where There is Matter e.v.

<b>Iris Writing a Letter</b>, 2017<br>woodcut and drypoint with hand painting, 15x11 inches<br>$600
Iris Writing a Letter

<b>Daphne Wearing a M&#246;bius Strip as a Hat</b>, 2017<br>woodcut and drypoint with hand painting, 15x11 inches<br>$600
Daphne Wearing a Möbius Strip as a Hat

<b>Girl with a Blivet Pendant Wearing a M&#246;bius Strip as a Hat</b>, 2017<br>woodcut and drypoint with hand painting, 31x23 inches unframed<br>$800
Girl with a Blivet Pendant Wearing a Möbius Strip as a Hat

<b>Girl Wearing a M&#246;bius Strip as a Hat - A Straw Hat</b>, 2017<br>woodcut and drypoint with hand painting, 31x23 inches<br>$1100
Girl Wearing a Möbius Strip as a Hat - A Straw Hat

<b>The Bat and the Bottle</b>, 2017<br>woodcut and drypoint with hand painting, 23x22 inches unframed<br>$800
The Bat and the Bottle

<b>The Inking Table</b>, 2017<br>woodcut and drypoint with hand painting, 23x22 inches unframed<br>$800
The Inking Table

<b>Anna Wearing a M&#246;bius Strip as a Hat</b>, 2016<br>Woodcut, drypoint and hand painting, 15x11 inches<br>$600
Anna Wearing a Möbius Strip as a Hat

<b>Audrey Wearing 36 Interlocking M&#246;bius Strips as a Hat</b>, 2016<br>Woodcut, drypoint and hand painting, 15x11 inches<br>$600
Audrey Wearing 36 Interlocking Möbius Strips as a Hat

<b>Heather Wearing a Perforated M&#246;bius Strip as a Hat</b>, 2016<br>Woodcut, drypoint and hand painting, 15x11 inches<br><i>sold</i>
Heather Wearing a Perforated Möbius Strip as a Hat

<b>Holly Wearing a M&#246;bius Strip as a Hat</b>, 2016<br>Woodcut, drypoint and hand painting, 15x11 inches<br>$600
Holly Wearing a Möbius Strip as a Hat

<b>Julia Wearing a M&#246;bius Strip as a Hat</b>, 2016<br>Woodcut, drypoint and hand painting, 15x11 inches<br>$600
Julia Wearing a Möbius Strip as a Hat

<b>Laura Wearing a M&#246;bius Strip as a Hat</b>, 2016<br>Woodcut, drypoint and hand painting, 15x11 inches<br>$600
Laura Wearing a Möbius Strip as a Hat

<b>Bethany Wearing a Perforated M&#246;bius Strip as a Hat</b>, 2016<br>Woodcut, drypoint and hand painting, 15x11 inches<br>$600
Bethany Wearing a Perforated Möbius Strip as a Hat

<b>Color Wheels- Echeveria And Piccadilly Circus</b>, 2016<br>Mixed media, 44x44 inches<br>$7000
Color Wheels- Echeveria And Piccadilly Circus

<b>Color Wheels: Drift</b>, 2016<br>Mixed media, 44x44 inches<br>$7000
Color Wheels: Drift

<b>Carolina Color Wheels: Kamisuki</b>, 2016<br>Mixed media, 59x44 inches<br>$9000
Carolina Color Wheels: Kamisuki

<b>Bird Watching Through Spectroscopic Lenses: Night Slices</b>, 2016<br>Mixed media on panel, 44x44 inches<br>$7000
Bird Watching Through Spectroscopic Lenses: Night Slices

<b>Bird Watching Through Spectroscopic Lenses: Great Crested Flycatchers</b>, 2016<br>Mixed media, 44x44 inches<br>$7000
Bird Watching Through Spectroscopic Lenses: Great Crested Flycatchers

More works available upon request from Heck's Frida series as well as from her Printmakers series.

Take a virtual tour of Heck's 2014 solo exhibition here.

In 2014, the Victoria and Albert Museum aquired Heck's Forty Fridas Portfolio, which we displayed in Heck's 2012 solo show. Read the Museum's review of the portfolio here.

Read Wayne Alan Brenner's review of Heck's 2014 show in the Austin Chronicle here.

Read Catherine Zinser's article in aether magazine about Ellen's work here.

Read the Austin Chronicle review of her 2012 show here.

Read the Austin American Statesman review of her 2012 show here.

Heck’s work is a study of identity–its creation, variability, persistence, and change. Her most often chosen medium­–printmaking–reflects and parallels these themes. Her 2014 show, Connections, featured large-scale abstract works, intimate portraits and interactive projects like a 9-foot artist book and connecting card game–each a quiet but intelligent examination of human interaction and thought.

This is Heck's 4th solo show at Wally Workman. Her work is found in several notable collections–including the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, and The Cleveland Museum of Art. She has received degrees in printmaking and painting from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and in philosophy from Brown University. She works from her studio in North Carolina where she lives with her husband and son.

 

web site: www.ellenheck.com

Ellen Heck