Joyce Howell 2022 Solo Show

Howell’s palette is informed by nature and its flux between calm and chaos. She describes it as an ongoing conversation. Each color and mark applied to the canvas informs the next; colors give the impression of physical weight and become instruments, much as in a musical composition. As the work progresses, the painting becomes a collaboration, a dialogue between Howell and the canvas....   view video »

posted on 9/12/2022

   

Julie Maren: Spacious

Maren expands upon her use of negative space for this show, exploring boundaries and ideas of infinity. She is interested in the space in between, where transitions happen and where light comes through. In her installation series, Biophilia, each piece feels caught in a moment of almost cosmic motio...   view video »

posted on 8/9/2022

   

Anne Siems: Inked

An intimate series, Siems' exposed female figures are marked with tattoos of fables, myths and poems. Their body positions and baldness express a vulnerability not of victimhood but of strength and courage. Siems has digested the isolation, trauma and unpredictability of recent years and transformed...   view video »

posted on 7/11/2022

   

Jen Garrido Solo Show 2022

The power of color is Garrido’s central focus for this body of work. Her shapes form emotive vessels of pigment built upon one another, filled with love, sadness, passion, exhaustion, grief, joy and even magic. Representative of the human emotional state, Garrido’s works communicate an e...   view video »

posted on 6/9/2022

   

Patrick Puckett | Daydreamers

Puckett's paintings are known for their bold colors and languid figures, executed with confident interaction between paint application, shape, color and texture. In this new body of work, the artist plays with patterns to push and pull on the picture plane particularly in the foliage, the interior a...   view video »

posted on 5/10/2022

   

Gordon Fowler: Texas, An Abstract Landscape

For this show, Fowler returns to the landscape of his youth in the hills of Austin, Texas. He revisits ‘the Whiskey Tree’ that was his pirate ship and home base for adventures as well as where moonshiners hid whiskey for his grandfather during Prohibition. He explores ‘Little Bee C...   view video »

posted on 4/6/2022

   

Becky Joye + Lauren Jaben 2022 Show

Wally Workman Gallery presents a two person show with collage artists Lauren Jaben and Becky Joye. Jaben uses found materials to create works that are both contemplative in process as well as form; meticulous parts become an interrelated whole. It is the same with Joye’s work. Her exuberantly ...   view video »

posted on 3/7/2022

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