Richard Levy Gallery , Stand n° AM304

Plumerai -   Vasher Studio

Vasher Studio Plumerai
Plumerai. French, to plume or pluck. “Je te plumerai…”

Jennifer Vasher created Plumerai from a photograph of an earlier work. She digitally converted the photograph to a positive/negative image, laser-cut into paper, and embedded into acrylic. The burned laser-cut edges create a lacy design on the white paper base. In collaboration with her architect husband, Max Vasher, she designed panels with the acrylic tile variations. Individual panels can be snapped together by invisible hinges made of neodymium magnets, which allows for a variety of angles and configurations.

A free-standing screen can be created using a minimum of two panels. Single panels can be attached to a wall with a metal strip. The frame is made of hand-grained aluminum. This edition comprises 99 panels, and each panel contains a studio stamp and serial number on the lower edge.

Skogafoss #3 -  Eric Tillinghast

Eric Tillinghast Skogafoss #3
Eric TiIllinghast’s (b. 1974) Gravity’s Poetry is a new series of light boxes containing images of waterfalls. The internal mechanics of each light box generate special effects, light, and sound to activate each image to simulate surging water. The images portray the surface and texture of massive amounts of falling water in a way that only photographs can. By using mechanical devices and mark making to re-animate them, Tillinghast creates an effect that resides somewhere between photography and video and has a presence different from a flat-screen monitor, projection, or high-definition video.

Tallest Ever - Emi Ozawa

Emi Ozawa Tallest Ever
Through forms and colors, I like to make objects and furniture that suggest playfulness and evoke curiosity. 
-Emi Ozawa

Ace -  Earl McBride

Earl McBride Ace
My process is rooted in storytelling. A story emerges, shifts and morphs as the picture takes shape. Narrative and biography migrate into the process. Making art is my way of understanding the world. What interests me most is how we construct ourselves and the process of personal and cultural transformation.
-Earl McBride

You are a monsoon (clear) -  Joanne Lefrak

Joanne Lefrak You are a monsoon (clear)
Joanne Lefrak and Hakim Bellamy traveled together to visit Nepal’s sacred sites and trek through the Himalayas. From this experience, Bellamy wrote a book of poetry entitled Prayer Flags about the pilgrimage, mountains, and people of Nepal. Lefrak selected excerpts from these poems and fused the text into glass by pressing glass powder through a silkscreen before firing in a kiln.

Here & There - Jennifer Kobylarz

Jennifer Kobylarz Here & There

Lined Space Blue -  Jeff Kellar

Jeff Kellar Lined Space Blue
I am very interested in the way emotions are affected by specific aspects of the perception of space—monumental, cozy, long, narrow, high-ceilinged, cramped. My paintings are held away from the wall. While they allude to imagined space, they are presented not as an illusionary window . . . but as self-conscious artifice . . . self-conscious in that its subject is the power of art to create illusions.
-Jeff Kellar

Proposal For Canvas Desert House #3 (After Albert Frey) -  Thomas Frontini

Thomas Frontini Proposal For Canvas Desert House #3 (After Albert Frey)
Thomas Frontini (b. 1967) combines detailed images with atmospheric backgrounds. The dreamlike imagery balances contemporary objects with historical influences. His paintings explore magic in the mundane and draw from his subconscious.

Frontini’s palette and technique are directly influenced by his Italian heritage and Italian art history. Immense landscapes stretch out around intricately painted flora and fauna. Tiny scenes of futuristic habitats dot thickly painted cliff faces and clouds. In a carefully measured vagueness, Frontini’s paintings address not only the seen world, but a world of puzzling fantasies.

Ascension - Beau Carey

Beau Carey Ascension
The works in Pilgrimage are drawn from the past few years of my residencies and travels. Through a combination of on-site field studies and larger studio pieces, I make work that reflects the characteristics of specific places while retaining a larger awareness of the landscape genre. In this body of work, I use imagery from my travels to the high Arctic, Alaska, and New Mexico. By disrupting traditional landscape compositions, I explore the spatial construction of modern landscapes. This practice is rooted in a history of globalism and environmental dominance. The works look specifically at how we will navigate and view a rapidly changing physical world. —Beau Carey

Became a sail boat before I knew it. -  Mick Burson

Mick Burson Became a sail boat before I knew it.
I like the idea of the tradition of painting on a 2-d surface but usually fall short with finding personal satisfaction with the constraints, so I resort to combined surfaces that fall somewhere between painting and sculpture. I like the idea of verbal communication but usually fall short with finding personal satisfaction with the constraints, so I resort to visual language. My use of this visual language is ambiguous and sarcastic while holding a very serious “I mean this” sort of feel. I use colors that would be found in a toy box and shapes that would be found in a house occupied with people. The work is sometimes uncouth in its appearance like showing up after a late night but still having the best intentions for the day. They are constructed and painted and constructed again with wood, paint, and common materials.
-Mick Burson

White Impatiens - Alex Katz

Alex Katz White Impatiens

Sponge Puddle - Ed Ruscha

Ed Ruscha Sponge Puddle

Aten Reign - James Turrell

James Turrell Aten Reign
Aten Reign is based on his 2013 Aten Reign installation at the Guggenheim Museum—a centerpiece that reimagined the rotunda of Frank Lloyd Wright’s iconic building as a luminous and immersive skyscape. This print captures the artist’s typical sense of light and color and beautifully represents a three-dimensional installation on a two-dimensional plane. 

Atomic Mystic Portrait 14 - Polly Apfelbaum

Polly Apfelbaum Atomic Mystic Portrait 14

Three Rainbow River Jammers with Orange and Blue - Raychael Stine

Raychael Stine Three Rainbow River Jammers with Orange and Blue

White Hanger - Matt  Magee

Matt Magee White Hanger

Insider - Jennifer Kobylarz

Jennifer Kobylarz Insider

fractions from the tides - Yuh Shioh

Yuh Shioh fractions from the tides

Exhibiting Artists

  • Polly Apfelbaum  (+)

    Artist's Objects:

    • Polly Apfelbaum - Atomic Mystic Portrait 14 Atomic Mystic Portrait 14

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  • Mick Burson  (+)

    Biography : Mick Burson (b. 1990) is a multimedia artist who combines painting, sculpture, print and installation to create abstract works that evoke a sense of playfulness. He has created over 100 art murals including public projects in Denton, TX, Waco, TX, and Albuquerque, NM among others. His work is in the permanent collections of the University of New Mexico, Gallup and the Navasota Public Library, TX. Originally from Waco, TX, Burson is currently in the master’s degree program in studio art at the University of New Mexico, Albuquerque.

    Exhibition : 2018
    The importance of packing a lunch, Richard Levy Gallery, Albuquerque, NM
    2017
    What The Color Blue Sounds Like, Richard Levy Gallery, Albuquerque, NM
    Brazos Valley Arts Council, Bryan, TX
    Winning, Albuquerque, NM
    2016
    Milk, Ingham Chapman Gallery, Gallup, NM
    2015
    Should Have Been A Cowboy, Mclennan Community College,, Waco TX
    Sead Gallery, Kismet, Bryan, TX
     
    Group Exhibitions
    2017
    After the Circus, Tamarind Institute, Albuquerque, NM
    2016
    At First Sight, CFA, Albuquerque, NM
    2015
    Art in the Metroplex, Ft.Worth Community Art Center, Ft. Worth, TX
    Art-space 111, 2nd Annual Regional Juried Exhibition, Ft. Worth, TX
    2014
    Art-space 111, 1st Annual Regional Juried Exhibition, Ft. Worth,TX
    Frame Gallery, Bryan TX
    500x, Hot and Sweaty, Dallas, TX       
    Voertmans Student Exhibition, University of North Texas, Denton, TX
    Mise-en-Scene, Corra Stafford Gallery, Denton, TX
    Lunacy, White Space Gallery, Dallas, TX
     
    Awards and Residencies
    2015 Artist in Residence Rabbit Island, Lake Superior, MI  
    2014   Artist in Residence, Denali National Park, AK
      2013   Artist in Residence, Denver’s Sustainability Park, Denver, CO
      2012   Redline Denver Artist in Residence/Redline Board Member, Denver, CO
      2011   Redline Denver Artist in Residence, Denver, CO        
      2010   Wortham W. Akin Memorial Scholarship Recipient
      2009   Harry Nadler Memorial Fellowship Award
      2008   The Land/ an art site Residency
     
    Catalogs and Books
      2015 Bewilderness and Rise, Exhibition Catalog, 516 Arts, Albuquerque, NM
    Rabbit Island 2015 Residency Exhibtion, Exhibition Catalog, DeVos Art Museum, Marquette, MI
    2014   Magnetic North, Artists and the Arctic Circle, Exhibition Catalog, The Arctic Circle, New York, NY
      2012   Material Engagements, Exhibition Catalog, Redline, Denver, CO
      2011   AU: Exchange, Exhibition Catalog, Redline, Denver, CO
      2010   Monday Afternoon, Exhibition Catalog, Center for Contempo

    Artist's Documents:

    Artist's Objects:

    •  Mick Burson - Became a sail boat before I knew it. Became a sail boat before I knew it.

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  • Beau Carey  (+)

    Biography : Beau Carey (b. 1980) travels extensively to remote areas of the world to experience and record a sense of place. Individual landscape paintings are often about specific places. Beau Carey’s new paintings comprise multiple geographies. He paints each invented landscape from memory, plein-air studies, and photographs. Mountain ranges from Norway, Alaska, and the Southwest are compressed and layered into single compositions. Carey’s work has been published on Blouin Artinfo, Artsy, Sotheby’s online magazine, and alibi.com. He is an instructor in the Art Department at the University of New Mexico

    Exhibition : 2017
    Swell, Watkins Gallery, Winona St. University, Winona, MN
    2016
    Rabbit Island, Goodwin Fine Art, Denver, CO
    2015 
    Rise, 516 Arts, Albuquerque, NM
    2014   
    Far North, Goodwin Fine Art, Denver, CO
    2013   
    Fata Morgana, Goodwin Fine Art, Denver, CO
    2012
    River School, Andrew J. Macky Gallery, Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art, Boulder, CO
    Butcher’s Crossing, Rude Gallery Rocky Mountain College of Art and Design, Denver, CO
    2010   
    Echo and Narcissus, Bright Rain Gallery, Albuquerque, NM
    Far Afield, John Sommers Gallery, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM
    2009   
    West Side, Bright Rain Gallery, Albuquerque, NM
    2008   
    Events on the Ground, Bright Rain Gallery, Albuquerque, NM

    Detailed Description : plein air and landscape painter

    Artist's Documents:

    Artist's Objects:

    • Beau Carey - Ascension Ascension

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  • Thomas Frontini  (+)

    Biography : Thomas Frontini (b. 1967) combines surrealist techniques of painting detailed foreground images with atmospheric backgrounds. The dreamlike imagery balances contemporary objects with historical scenes.His paintings explore magic in the mundane and draw from the transformative power of the subconscious.Frontini’s palette and technique are directly influenced by his Italian heritage and Italian art history yet he creates a dialogue between the present and the future. His reference material is sourced from current topical issues that humans face, using metaphors to portray an intangible potential of the future. Immense landscapes stretch out around intricately painted flora and fauna. Thickly painted cliff faces and clouds are dotted with tiny details of futuristic habitats. Expressive abstract orbs are enwrapped in a volume of light and distance. In a carefully measured vagueness, Frontini’s paintings address not only the seen world, but a world of puzzling fantasies. Frontini’s education began in art restoration and conservation in Florence Italy. He received a BFA at the Cleveland Institute of Art and a MFA from Ohio State University, Columbus. He has exhibited throughout Canada, the United States, and Hong Kong and is a part of various collections both private and public including the National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art in Seoul and the Cleveland Clinic. Born and raised in Canada, Frontini currently lives and works in Cleveland, OH.

    Exhibition : Solo Exhibitions
    2016
    Richard Levy Gallery, Albuquerque, NM
    Fischer Galleries, Jackson, MS
    2015
    Jack Meier Gallery, Houston, TX
    The William & Joseph Gallery, Santa Fe, NM
    2014
    Gama Gallery, Istanbul, Turkey 
    William Busta Gallery, Cleveland, OH (painting)
    The Gallery 4, Pittsburgh, PA
    1305 Gallery, Cincinnati, OH
    William Busta Gallery, Cleveland, OH (sculpture)
    International Izmir Festival, Izmir, Turkey 
    Macao Arts Festival, Macao, China
    2013
    William Busta Gallery, Cleveland, OH
    LAUNCH LA Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
    Gama Gallery, Istanbul, Turkey
    2012
    William Busta Gallery, Cleveland, OH
    2007 
    Cat Street Gallery, Hong Kong
    2006
    Lawrence Asher Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
    2005
    Convivium33 Gallery, Cleveland, OH
    2004
    Heights Arts, Cleveland, OH
    1995
    Space 700, New York, NY

    Group Exhibitions
    2017
    Birds of America - Explorations of Audubon, 101/Exhibit, Los Angeles, CA
    2016
    LA Art Show, Gama Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
    2015
    Chalk Farm Gallery, Santa Fe, NM
    The William & Joseph Gallery, Santa Fe, NM
    2014
    Chalk Farm Gallery, Santa Fe, NM
    The William & Joseph Gallery, Santa Fe, NM
    World Wide Art LA, Los Angeles, CA
    2013
    Jeffrey Leder Gallery, New York, NY
    Earthward, Skylight Gallery, New York, NY
    Open Show, Gallery 825, Los Angeles, CA
    La Grange National, La Grange, GA
    Cat Street Gallery, Hong Kong
    Marji Gallery, Santa Fe, NM
    2012
    The Quantum Effect, The Active Space, Brooklyn, NY
    William Busta Gallery, Cleveland, OH
    The Corner Gallery, New York, NY
    La Grange Art Museum, La Grange, GA
    Cat Street Gallery, Hong Kong
    Cross Gate Gallery, Lexington, KY
    2011
    Cat Street Gallery, Hong Kong
    Cross Gate Gallery, Lexington, KY
    2010
    MOCA, Cleveland, OH
    Cat Street Gallery, Hong Kong
    Cross Gate Gallery, Lexington, KY
    Wall Gallery, Cleveland, OH
    2008
    Tatar Gallery, Toronto, Canada
    Cat Street Gallery, Hong Kong 
    The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH
    2007
    paces Gallery, Cleveland, OH
    Side by Side, MOCA, Cleveland, OH
    Cat Street Gallery, Hong Kong 
    Lawrence Asher Gallery,

    Artist's Documents:

    Artist's Objects:

    •  Thomas Frontini - Proposal For Canvas Desert House #3 (After Albert Frey) Proposal For Canvas Desert House #3 (After Albert Frey)

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    Also represented by:

  • Alex Katz  (+)
  • Jeff Kellar  (+)

    Biography : Jeff Kellar (b. 1949) creates pristine minimalist paintings that explore spatial relationships wherein two-dimensional surfaces read as optical compositions. Kellar focuses on the complex interaction between artwork and viewer and the illusory triangle formed as the viewer stands before the picture plane. His paintings comprise many layers of a mixture of acrylic resin, clay, and pigment that the artist sands and buffs to a smooth finish, leaving the color slightly modulated. Although rendered with extreme precision, slight irregularities in the sophisticated surfaces reveal the presence of the artist’s hand.  Kellar’s work can be found in the collections of the Farnsworth Museum of Art in Rockland, ME, the Maine Department of Conservation, the Microsoft Collection in Seattle, the Museum of American Art in Philadelphia, and the Portland Museum of Art in Portland, ME, among many others.  Jeff Kellar lives and works in Maine and was a 2014 recipient of the Adolf and Ester Gottlieb Foundation Grant.

    Exhibition :
    Solo Exhibitions
    2017
    Jeff Kellar: Gravity + Light, William Campbell Contemporary Art, Fort Worth, TX
    2016
    Jeff Kellar: Walls, Blocks and Glimpses, ICON Contemporary Art, Brunswick, ME
    2015
    Jeff Kellar: Painting & Sculpture, William Campbell Contemporary Art, Fort Worth, TX
    2014
    Jeff Kellar, Blocks, Icon Contemporary Art (2 person), Brunswick, ME
    2012
    Jeff Kellar, Prospect, Icon Contemporary Art, Brunswick, ME
    2011
    Serious Play, Richard Levy Gallery, Albuquerque, NM (two person exhibition)
    2010
    Jeff Kellar, New Work, Icon Contemporary Art, Brunswick, ME
    2008
    The Leap Show, Richard Levy Gallery, Albuquerque, NM
    Jeff Kellar, Icon Contemporary Art, Brunswick, ME
    2007
    George Marshall Store Gallery, York, ME
    2006
    Intersection, ICON Contemporary Art, Brunswick, ME
    2004
    Drawing Space, Icon Contemporary Art; Brunswick, ME
    2003
    Color Space, Richard Levy Gallery, Albuquerque, NM
    2002
    Barrier/Space, Gallery Joe, Philadelphia, PA
    Icon Contemporary Art, Brunswick, ME
    1999
    Corridors and Compartments, Gallery Joe, Philadelphia, PA
    1998
    Between The Muse, Rockland, ME
    1997
    Gallery Joe; Philadelphia, PA
    June Fitzpatrick Gallery, Portland, ME
    1996
    Dean Velentgas Gallery, Portland, ME
    1995
    Perspectives: A Sense of Place, Portland Museum of Art, Portland, ME
    Function to Form, University of Southern Maine, Gorham, ME
    1994
    Retrospective, University of Maine/ Farmington Art Gallery, Farmington, ME
    1991
    Gallery Camino Real, Boca Raton, FL
    1990
    Barridoff Galleries, Portland, ME
    1989
    Barridoff Galleries, Portland, ME

    Selected Group Exhibitions

    2017
    New Work by JT Gibson, Jung Hur & Jeff Kellar, Corey Daniels Gallery, Wells, ME
    2016
    3 Galleries. 8 Walls., Corey Daniels Gallery, Wells, ME
    2015
    Fall Exhibition 2015, Corey Daniels Gallery, Wells, ME
    Summer Gathering 2, ICON Contemporary Art, Brunswick, ME
    2014
    Color Rhythms, Richard Levy Gallery, Albuquerque, NM
    Install 4, 3 person show, Corey Daniels Gallery, Wells, ME
    2013
    Color+Form+Function, Collector’s Con

    Artist's Documents:

    Artist's Objects:

    •  Jeff Kellar - Lined Space Blue Lined Space Blue

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  • Jennifer Kobylarz  (+)

    Biography : Jenifer Kobylarz is a visual artist based in Brooklyn, New York. She has exhibited in one person exhibitions at the Edward Thorp Gallery in NY, Galerie Elisabeth Mitisch in Vienna, Austria, and Galerie Panza Verde in Antique, Guatemala. Her work has been included in numerous group shows at Lennon Weinberg Gallery, NYC, DC Moore Gallery, NY, and Eugene Binder Gallery, Marfa, TX among others. Her work has been reviewed in the NY Times, Artforum, Art in America and the New York Observor. In addition, she was chosen to represent the United States for British Airways "Utopia Project" where 25 artists from around the world artwork was translated onto their fleet of airplanes. Her paintings have also been translated into large scale rugs for the New York based rug company Warp & Weft.

    Exhibition : Solo Exhibitions
    2014
    Galeria Meson Panza Verde, Antigua, Guatemala
    2008
    Galerie Elisabeth Michitisch, Vienna, Austria
    2006
    Edward Thorp Gallery, New York, NY
    2003
    Edward Thorp Gallery, New York, NY
    2001
    Edward Thorp Gallery, New York, NY
    1998
    Edward Thorp Gallery, New York, NY
    1995
    Edward Thorp Gallery, New York, NY

    Group Exhibitions
    2018
    Project Room, Edward Thorp Gallery, NY, NY
    2016
    5x5, & Regrouping, Edward Thorp Gallery, NY, NY
    Kentler International Drawing Space, Redhook Brooklyn,NY
    Eugene Binder Gallery, Marfa, TX
    490 Atlantic Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
    2015  
    Pocket Size, Islip Museum, Islip, NY
    Kentler International Drawing Space, Redhook Brooklyn, NY
    Summer Selections, Edward Thorp Gallery, NY, NY
    The Artist's Studio, BRIC Arts/Media ,Brooklyn, NY
    Lorimoto Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
    2014
    Borders, Art PL+S, Strasbourg, France
    Summer Group, Edward Thorp Gallery, New York, NY
    2013  
    Five Painters, Edward Thorp Gallery, New York, NY
    Working it Out, The Painting Center, New York, NY
    Open Doors, Fundacao Eugenio De Almeida, Evora Portugal
    2010 
    Geometric Progressions, Edward Thorp Gallery, New York, NY
    2009
    Eugene Binder Gallery, Marfa, TX
    Busasaco Art Space, Brooklyn, NY
    2007 
    Taking Shape, Lennon Weinberg Gallery, New York, NY
    Eugene Binder Gallery, Marfa, TX
    Edward Thorp Gallery, New York, NY
    2006 
    Geoffrey Young Gallery, Great Barrington, MA.
    Process & Promise, 92nd Street Y, New York, NY
    2004 
    Art of the Definite, DC Moore Gallery, NY, NY
    Eugene Binder Gallery, Marfa, TX
    2003 
    Eugene Binder Gallery, Marfa, TX
    2002 
    The Painting Center, New York, NY
    2001 
    Specifically Painting, Edward Thorp Gallery, New York, NY
    2000 
    Karen McCready Fine Art, New York, NY
    Pierogi Flat Files, Yerba Buena Art Center, San Francisco, CA
    1998 
    Marcel Sitcoske Gallery, San Francisco, CA
    1997 
    New Abstraction, Betsy Senior Gallery, New York, NY
    Current Undercurrents, The Brooklyn Museum, NY   
    Art on Paper, Weatherspoon Art Gallery,

    Artist's Documents:

    Artist's Objects:

    • Jennifer Kobylarz - Insider Insider
    • Jennifer Kobylarz - Here & There Here & There

    Also exhibited by:

    Also represented by:

  • Joanne Lefrak  (+)

    Biography : Joanne Lefrak and Hakim Bellamy traveled together to visit Nepal’s sacred sites and trek through the Himalayas. From this experience, Bellamy wrote a book of poetry entitled Prayer Flags about the pilgrimage, mountains, and people of Nepal. Lefrak selected excerpts from these poems and fused the text into glass by pressing glass powder through a silkscreen before firing in a kiln. Joanne Lefrak (b. 1977) is an artist, museum educator, and teacher. In her artwork she explores the connection between history and experience of place. Her work has been exhibited at MASS MoCA, ev+a in Ireland, Albuquerque Museum, and the New Mexico Museum of Art, among others. Her artwork has been reviewed in Art in America, Huffington Post, the Boston Globe, art ltd., CIRCA Art Magazine, AdobeAirstream, and the Santa Fean, and in many other national and international magazines and blogs. She is the director of education and curator of public practice at SITE Santa Fe and is a current fellow of MCA Denver’s Animating Museums Creative Leadership program, funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. Joanne Lefrak was born in Long Branch, NJ. She lives and works in Santa Fe, NM.

    Exhibition : Selected Solo Exhibitions
    2018
    Pilgrimage,Richard Levy Gallery, Albuquerque, NM ((2 person)
    Treasure Sites, Leslie Sacks Contemporary, Santa Monica
    2012
    Treasure Sites, William Siegal Gallery, Santa Fe, NM
    2010
    Past as Presence, Box Gallery, Santa Fe, NM
    2008
    Joanne Lefrak, Box Gallery, Santa Fe, NM
    2006
    Joanne Lefrak, Center for Contemporary Arts, Santa Fe

    Selected Group Exhibitions
    2013
    Collectors Eye, Offroad Productions, Santa Fe, NM
    2017
    Beauty is the Antidote, Santa Fe Collective, Electric Pony Studios, Los Angeles, CA
    2016
    (INFRA) STRUCTURE: complex, below and further on, Lannan Foundation, Santa Fe, NM
    Interstated, Offroad Productions, Santa Fe, NM
    Black/White, William Shearburn Gallery, Saint Louis, MO
    SITE Unseen, SITE Santa Fe, NM
    2015
    Double Vision, SITE Santa Fe, Santa Fe, NM
    Wade Wilson Fine Art, Santa Fe, NM
    Scene and Unseen, Cinnabar Gallery, San Antonio, TX
    Axle Indoors, Peter’s Projects, Santa Fe, NM
    2014
    SITE Unseen, SITE Santa Fe, NM
    2013
    Changing Perceptions of the Western Landscape, Albuquerque Museum, NM Alcoves, New Mexico Museum of Art, Santa Fe, NM
    2011
    666 Six Artists, Six Cities, Six Connections, Queen’s Nails, San Francisco, CA; Linda Durham Contemporary Art, Santa Fe, NM; Lloyd Dobler Gallery, Chicago IL; Popp’s Packing; Detroit, MI; Gallery 37-A, Portland, ME; and Pterodactyl, Philadelphia, PA
    2010
    InVisible, Art at the Edge of Perception, curated by Katia Zavistovski, MASS MoCA, North Adams, MA
    SITE Unseen, SITE Santa Fe, NM
    2009
    The Wonder Salon, Linda Durham Contemporary Art
    Cold Beer Beautiful Girls, William Shearburn Gallery
    Alternative Spaces, curated by Laura Addison, New Mexico Museum of Art, Santa Fe
    2008
    Paper Cuts, curated by Bobbie Foshay, Frederieke Taylor Gallery, NY, NY Renaissance, Eileen Braziel Fine Art, Santa Fe, NM
    SITE Unseen, SITE Santa Fe, NM
    Beaux Arts, Center for Contemporary Arts, Santa Fe, NM
    Black or White, Eileen Braziel Fine Art, Santa Fe, NM
    2007
    Loosely Joined, 516 Arts,

    Artist's Documents:

    Artist's Objects:

    •  Joanne Lefrak - You are a monsoon (clear) You are a monsoon (clear)

    Also exhibited by:

    Also represented by:

  • Matt Magee  (+)

    Biography : Over a career spanning more than four decades, Matt Magee has experimented widely with abstract and conceptual art practices. Magee’s compositions are organizations of shapes that have been informed by personal history, numerology, and language. Counting the days in a week, seas, continents, and colors in a rainbow, Magee meditates on the number 7 both visually and sequentially in his work. This exhibition surveys the past seven years of Magee’s painting practice. In his early years Magee found a sense of order from his father, a geologist and archaeologist, who took him on trips through the Southwest where he collected small objects along the way. As a young adult he worked on a seismic truck in Laredo, TX and recorded vibrations sent into the earth to determine underlying geologic formations. Later, Magee was the chief photo archivist for the Robert Rauschenberg Foundation. Throughout his life, he has established ways of collecting that now inform his compositions. Magee’s painting style is minimal in concept, but his brushstrokes are expressive. Within these conceptual spreadsheets, abacuses, and hieroglyphics are reminders of the artist’s hand. His visual language relates to early hard-edge abstraction and finds inspiration in contemporary scientific, ecological, and technological ideas. Magee was a 2007 Josef and Anni Albers Foundation resident fellow and winner of the Board of Trustees Award from the Silvermine Arts Center. He was also a 1991 Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant recipient. His work has been exhibited worldwide.

    Exhibition : 2018
    Matt Magee, Scult Award Exhibition, Phoenix Art Museum
    2017
    Matt Magee: formUlate, David Hall Fine Art, Wellesley, MA
    Wall of Text, Everybody Gallery, Tucson,AZ
    Matt Magee Photographs 1981-2016, Shortcut Gallery, Phoenix, AZ
    Glen Hanson and Matt Magee Recent Work, Indie/Jacobs, Marfa, TX
    Signs: The Photographs of Matt Magee, Darren Winston Bookseller, Sharon, CT
    Matt Magee: Prints, Hiram Butler Gallery, Houston, TX
    2016
    Matt Magee: On Language and Marking Time, Eagle Gallery, London, UK
    Seven: A Survey of Paintings by Matt Magee, Richard Levy Gallery, Albuquerque, NM
    Materiality, The Mission, Chicago, IL
    How the West Was Won, Darren Winston Bookseller, Sharon, CT
    Prima Materia, Hiram Butler Gallery, Houston, TX
    Memory and Reflection, site specific mural, Tucson Museum of Art, Tucson, AZ
    Wall Grapheme 1, site specific mural, Tamarind Institute, Albuquerque, NM
    Grapheme 3, site specific mural, ArtEXPO, Chicago, IL
    2015
    Matt Magee Marfa, Inde/Jacobs, Marfa, TX
    Paintings & Textcavations: new work by Matt Magee, John Molloy Gallery, New York, NY
    2014
    Matt Magee: Recent Paintings and Sculptures, James Kelly Contemporary, Santa Fe, NM
    2013
    Circa 1994, Hiram Butler Gallery, Houston, TX
    2011
    Paintings, Hiram Butler Gallery, Houston, TX
    2010
    Knoedler Project Space, New York, NY
    2009
    Ideograms, Devin Borden Hiram Butler Gallery, Houston, TX
    2008
    Thought Forms, Eight Modern, Santa Fe, NM
    Heskin Contemporary, New York, NY
    2007
    River Gallery, Narrowsburg, New York, NY
    2000
    Bill Maynes Gallery, New York, NY
    1997
    Bill Maynes Gallery, New York, NY
    1995
    Gerald Peters Gallery, Dallas, TX
    1990
    Berland Hall Gallery, New York, NY

    Artist's Objects:

    • Matt  Magee - White Hanger White Hanger

    Also exhibited by:

    Also represented by:

  • Earl McBride  (+)

    Biography : Earl McBride (b.1963) is a contemporary artist known for his large scale abstract paintings. Growing up in the South in white, black, and gay culture, McBride cites white cotton, black tar, Sunday whites, gospel music, the Runaways, Boy George, rainbow stickers, and disco balls as his early inspiration. His childhood art hero was Don Martin, a cartoonist for Mad Magazine. He learned to draw by studying Mad, Cracked Magazine, and illustrations from the Bible. Interested in contradictions and the poetry of the human condition, McBride uses paint to describe dualities like ugly and beautiful, viscous and dry, oily and flat, thick and smooth, observer and participant, comedy and pathos, male and female, and negative and positive space. McBride’s large-scale paintings are theatrical and unmeditated. Using spray paint, lithography grease pencils, thick oil paint straight from the tube, colored pencil, graphite, asphalt, and enamel marker, McBride transforms wooden panels into fields of discordant colors and shapes that look like both brash decisions and restrained calculated thoughts. Receiving his bachelor’s degree from Otis College of Art and Design, McBride spent many years working in art galleries before studying painting and drawing at the University of New Mexico Graduate Program. He moved to New Mexico from LA thirteen years ago for the fresh energizing air and the availability of studio space. He has exhibited in Los Angeles, Albuquerque, and Santa Fe.

    Exhibition : 2017
    The Alchemical Trace, Sanitary Tortilla Factory, Albuquerque, NM
    I Used To Be A Rainbow: Earl McBride, Richard Levy Gallery, Albuquerque,NM
    Encompass 2017, Harwood Art Center, Albuquerque, NM
    Desperately Seeking Other, Off Road Productions, Santa Fe, NM
    We are in mysterious contact with the powers besieging us, ready to call forth a miracle,516 Arts, Albuquerque, NM
    2016
    ZE: Earl McBride, Russell Arthur Bauer and Jackie Riccio, Small Engine Gallery,
    Albuquerque, NM
    Unstructured Merriment, 25th Anniversary Exhibition, Richard Levy Gallery,
    Albuquerque, NM
    ZE: Sam McBride, Ayrton Chapman and Sean Hudson, John Sommers Gallery,
    University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM

    2015
    TOMFOOLERY, Sam McBride, Russell Arthur Bauer and Jackie Riccio, Small
    Engine Gallery Albuquerque, NM
    Fresh Paint, CFA / Downtown, Albuquerque, NM
    Connectivity, University of New Mexico Art Museum, Albuquerque, NM

    2014
    At First Sight, SCA, Albuquerque, NM
    TOAST + COWBOYS: Sam McBride & Clayton Porter, curated by Cyndi Conn, Off
    Road Productions, Santa Fe, NM

    2010
    Underground Mesa, Red Dot Gallery, Santa Fe, NM

    2004
    Wig Lawn Collaborative Drawings: Sam McBride & Bartley Johnson, Contemporary
    Albuquerque, Albuquerque, NM
    Sam McBride: Wig Lawn, Contemporary Albuquerque, Albuquerque, NM
    The Coyote Electric, House Party, Pasadena, CA

    2003
    Last Call, Purple, Venice

    2002
    Painting on Purpose, Purple, Venice, CA
    Monitored, Ben Maltz Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
    Time Machine, Purple, Venice, CA
    Untitled, Ben Maltz Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
    True Believer, Purple, Venice, CA
    Formless, Purple, Venice, CA
    Scratch and Sniff, Purple, Venice, CA
    The Late Show, Ben Maltz Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
    Tape, House Party, Pasadena, CA
    The Juicy Love Show, Loft 214, E. Los Angles, CA

    Artist's Documents:

    Artist's Objects:

    •  Earl McBride - Ace Ace

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  • Emi Ozawa  (+)

    Biography : Emi Ozawa (b. 1962) creates painted wood wall sculptures that shift magically when viewed from different perspectives. These optical wall paintings are constructed from many pieces of wood that are screwed together to construct a dimensional surface. Color is strategically arranged to create compositions that shift when viewed from different perspectives. Her sophisticated surface application and meticulous design reveal an emphasis on craftsmanship. Even the obscured areas of Ozawa’s work are exquisitely executed. She created this body of work at the Roswell Artist-in-Residence Program from 2016 to 2017. While working in her large studio in Roswell, Ozawa chose to increase the scale of her work. Several of her pieces are based on Amidakuji, a Japanese game of chance learned by every school-aged child. If you follow the line, you find the winner. Originally from Tokyo, Ozawa currently lives and works in Albuquerque, NM. She studied woodworking at the University of the Arts in Philadelphia and later earned an MFA in furniture design from the Rhode Island School of Design.  

    Exhibition : 2018
    Follow the Line, Richard Levy Gallery, Albuquerque, NM
    2017
    The 27th Annual ArtThrive: Art Exhibition & Benefit, Albuquerque Museum, Albuquerque, NM
    Taking Flight, Bone Springs Art Space, Roswell, NM
    2016
    Unstructured Merriment: 25th Anniversary Exhibition, Richard Levy Gallery, Albuquerque, NM
    Miniatures & More, Albuquerque Museum, Albuquerque, NM
    2015
    From the Ground Up: Design Here + Now, 516 Arts, Albuquerque, NM
    Coordinates, Richard Levy Gallery, Albuquerque, NM
    2014
    Small Works, Group Show, Dedee Shattuck Gallery, Westport, MA
    New Work, Project Room, Richard Levy Gallery, Albuquerque, NM
    Ikebana, Group Show, 5G Gallery, Albuquerque, NM
    2013
    Small Works, Group Show, Dedee Shattuck Gallery, Westport, MA
    Miniatures and More 2013, The Albuquerque Museum, Albuquerque, NM
    2012
    Small Works, Group Show, Dedee Shattuck Gallery, Westport, MA
    Boxes and Their Makers, Mobile Museum of Art, Mobile, AL (traveling)
    2011
    Boxes and Their Makers, Ohio Craft Museum, Columbus, OH, (traveling)
    Boxes and Their Makers, Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum, WI (traveling)
    Meredyth and Meg Go 3D, Gallery NAGA, Boston, MA
    Serious Play, Richard Levy Gallery, Albuquerque, NM
    2010
    Boxes and Their Makers, The Fuller Museum, Brockton, MA
    2009
    Albuquerque Now, Albuquerque Museum, Albuquerque, NM
    Boxes and Their Makers, Messler Gallery, Center for Furniture Craftsmanship, Rockport, ME
    Craft in America: Focus on Wood, The society of Arts and Crafts, Boston, MA
    2008
    Going To The Dog, The RISD Museum, Providence, RI
    2007
    The artful home show by The Guild, Ink, New York, NY
    2005
    Synchronize, Palette Contemporary Art & Craft, Albuquerque, NM (solo)
    CAUTION! Animals at work, The Wharton Esherick Museum, Paoli, PA
    Clocks: Time Well Spent, Kentucky Museum of Art and Craft, Louisville, KY
    Group Show, Rogers Gallery, Mattapoisett, MA
    2004
    ABC of Craft, The Houston Center for Contemporary Craft, Houston, TX
    September Exhibition, RISD/works, Providence, RI
    2003
    Domesticated Animals

    Artist's Documents:

    Artist's Objects:

    • Emi Ozawa - Tallest Ever Tallest Ever

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  • Ed Ruscha  (+)

    Biography : Ed Ruscha (b. 1937) is one of the most influential contemporary artists working today and is associated with California Conceptualism and the Pop Art movement. In 1956, Ruscha moved to Los Angeles and began incorporating local architecture and street scenes into paintings, prints, drawings, and photographs. In the early 1980s, he began to use typography of dynamic words and phrases. In signature works such as WALL ROCKET, Ruscha sets a catchy yet meaningless phrase against a majestic mountain range. The Ancients Stole All Our Great Ideas is a line from Mark Twain’s autobiography and the title of an exhibition he curated at the Kunsthistorisches Museum in Vienna in 2012. Ruscha’s work is in museums and collections all over the world, including the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL; San Francisco Museum of Modern Art; Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, D.C.; Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY; Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY; Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA; National Gallery of Scotland, Edinburgh; National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.; Tate Gallery, London; and Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY.

    Artist's Objects:

    • Ed Ruscha - Sponge Puddle Sponge Puddle

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  • Yuh Shioh  (+)

    Biography : Yuh-Shioh (pronounced ēsho), paints alternative worlds where time is not linear, and space and dimensions overlap. Inspired by esoteric ideas and visions of ancient civilizations, Yuh-Shioh’s paintings reveal ethereal compositions that are both deliberate and impulsive. She melds techniques typically associated with the Far East with Western esotericism and creates a hybrid yet universal aesthetic. Capturing the spirit of both the natural and energetic worlds, Yuh-Shioh uses large Sumi and Hake brushes to apply watery acrylic paint to raw canvas. She places her bold confident shapes and lines with intention, while their watery edges bleed spontaneously and exquisitely into the natural surface. Yuh-Shioh is inspired by the work of Hilma af Klimt, the pioneer of abstract art who painted the spiritual realm and the occult in the late 1800s and sought to understand and communicate the various dimensions of human existence. The artist explores her interest in shamanism, journeying and visions. She explains that she accesses the Akashic records and grounds the etheric plane into the third dimension through materiality. In each painting the veil between the physical and energetic worlds becomes transparent as plant spirits, luminous shapes, and atmospheric landscapes co-mingle in a way that captures the creative spirit we all share as humans in a complex, mysterious and ever-changing universe. Yuh-Shioh (b. 1977) earned a BA in painting at Harvard University and an MFA in painting from Hunter College in New York City. She later attended Skowhegan School for Painting and Sculpture in Skowhegan, ME. In 2004 her exhibition Spirits Gone Astray, at ATM Gallery in New York was reviewed by Roberta Smith in the the New York Times, Flash Art International, and the Brooklyn Rail. Yuh-Shioh was the 2013 Artist-in-Residence at the Chinati Foundation. Her work is part of the permanent collection of the Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive. Yuh-Shioh currently lives an

    Exhibition : 2018
    The Light Behind the Sun, Richard Levy Gallery, Albuquerque, NM
    2015
    In Reality, Night Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
    2014
    Calling Across the Watermelon Field For You, Anthony Meier Fine Arts, San
    Francisco, CA
    2013
    Paintings by Yuh-Shioh Wong, The Locker Plant, The Chinati Foundation,
    Marfa, TX
    2012
    “If your feet were anchored to the beach and the tide came in and covered your
    head, could you hold your breath until the tide went out again?”, Thomas Erben
    Gallery, NYC
    2008
    The Marsupial Project, Cherry and Martin (Project Space), Los Angeles, CA
    2007
    Thirteen Ways Forever Expanding Compartments, Foxy Production, NYC
    2006
    Leftover Dots From Atoms and Constellations, Foxy Production, NYC
    2004
    Spirits Gone Astray, ATM Gallery, New York, NY

    Artist's Objects:

    • Yuh Shioh - fractions from the tides fractions from the tides

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  • Raychael Stine  (+)

    Biography : Raychael Stine begins with paintings made directly on postcards of landscapes and rivers and then makes larger paintings based on these cards. She thinks about her representations of nature as abstractions. Her paintings are self-referential, repetitive, and constantly evolving. Vision paintings explore sensory experiences and dreams. She makes emphatic marks with paint she mixes to make reference to other paintings. Stine uses her memories to document time, light, space, experience, and narrative. Raychael Stine’s work was published in multiple issues of New American Paintings and included in the Texas Biennial. She is a recipient of the Dallas Museum of Art Degoylier Grant, the Stone Award Scholarship at the University of Illinois at Chicago, and the Gendler Fellowship as artist in residence at the Bemis Center for Contemporary Art in Omaha. Stine is an assistant professor of painting and drawing at the University of New Mexico.

    Exhibition : 2018
    The River is a River, Not a Line, Richard Levy Gallery, Albuquerque, NM
    2017
    How Now Snarly Yow, Eugene Binder Gallery, Marfa, TX 2017 Higher Love, Art Palace, Houston, TX
    2016
    Snicket, Central Features, Albuquerque, NM
    2015
    Chuparrosa, Art Palace, Houston, TX
    2014
    Pickle and the summer of rainbows, Pacific Exhibits, Albuquerque, NM
    my little dust, Inpost Artspace, Albuquerque, NM
    2013
    A little ways away from everywhere, Art Palace, Houston, TX
    Dig a Hole Forever, Eugene Binder, Marfa, TX
    carry on daisies, Jekyll and Hyde, Chicago, IL
    2012
    Hounds of Love, Marty Walker Gallery, Dallas TX
    2011
    Whistle in the Dark, M Gallery, Milwaukee, WI
    Whipper-in, Eugene Binder, Marfa, TX
    2010
    Paintings: Raychael Stine, Mc Aninch Arts Center Lobby Gallery, College of Dupage, Glen Ellyn, IL
    2007
    Dogs, Rats, and Weasels, Road Agent Gallery, Dallas, TX
    2006
    Ambush(Stand and Deliver: Your Money or Your Life), Road Agent
    Gallery, Dallas, TX
    2003
    It’s too late to phone her now, UT Dallas Mezzanine Gallery, Richardson, TX

    Artist's Documents:

    Artist's Objects:

    • Raychael Stine - Three Rainbow River Jammers with Orange and Blue Three Rainbow River Jammers with Orange and Blue

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  • Eric Tillinghast  (+)

    Biography : Eric TiIllinghast’s (b. 1974) Gravity’s Poetry is a new series of light boxes containing images of waterfalls. The internal mechanics of each light box generate special effects, light, and sound to activate each image to simulate surging water. The images portray the surface and texture of massive amounts of falling water in a way that only photographs can. By using mechanical devices and mark making to re-animate them, Tillinghast creates an effect that resides somewhere between photography and video and has a presence different from a flatscreen monitor, projection, or high-definition video. Tillinghast also collects vintage postcards of swimming pools and other waterways and re-contextualizes them by painting surrounding environments with Titanium white acrylic paint and a minuscule paintbrush. Up to 30 layers of paint are applied to achieve the pristine surface. These paintings explore the concept of water being a fluid element isolated in geometric shapes. This project also focuses on our various relationships with water, namely how we think about water, and its ever present inclusion in mythology and culture. Recently Tillinghast has created two fountain installations for the Life is Beautiful Festival in Las Vegas, Nevada. His work has been exhibited at prestigious museums around the world including The Galerie der Stadt Mainz Bruckenturm in Mainz, Germany, Rocket in London, P.S. in Amsterdam, and The Center For Contemporary Non-Objective Art in Brussels. His work can be found in the permanent collections of the Albright-Knox Gallery, the John Michael Kohler Art Center in Wisconsin, the Museum of Fine Art in Santa Fe, Portland State University, and the Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art in Arizona among others. Tillinghast currently lives and works in California.

    Exhibition : Solo Exhibitions
    2018
    Þ y n g d a r l j ó ð   -   Gravity's Poetry, Richard Levy Gallery, Albuquerque, NM
    2014
    Life is Beautiful Festival: Slidewalk, Las Vegas, NV
    2013
    Water/Nymph, Richard Levy Gallery, Albuquerque, NM
    Fountains, Piante Gallery, Eureka, CA
    2012
    Eric Tillinghast: Rain Machine, The Galleries For Contemporary Art UCCS, Colorado Springs, CO
    2010
    Eric Tillinghast: Rain Machine, The Center for Contemporary Arts, Santa Fe, NM
    Eric Tillinghast: Water, LAUNCHPROJECTS, Santa Fe, NM
    2009
    Eric Tillinghast: Empires, The Center for Contemporary Non-Objective Art, Brussels, BE
    2007
    Eric Tillinghast: Colored Panels, Charlotte Jackson Fine Art, Santa Fe, NM
    2000
    Eric Tillinghast, Charlotte Jackson Fine Art, Santa Fe, NM
    1998
    Eric Tillinghast, Charlotte Jackson Fine Art, Santa Fe, NM

    Group Exhibitions
    2017
    The Beginning of Everything, Albright Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, NY
    Syning, Listhus Artspace, Olafsfjordur, Iceland
    2016
    poolsandplaces, SCAPE, Newport Beach, CA
    2015
    Miniature: Small Contemporary Works, University of Wyoming Art Museum, Laramie, WY
    2014
    Life is Beautiful Festival: Slidewalk, Las Vegas, NV
    2013
    Life is Beautiful Festival: Sump Lux Fountain, Las Vegas, NV
    2011
    Influential Element, The Long Beach Museum of Art, Long Beach, CA
    2010
    Art on the Edge, The New Mexico Museum of Art, Santa Fe, NM
    Years of Collecting, The Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art, Scottsdale, AZ
    2008
    The Natalie and Irving Forman Collection, Albright Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, NY
    Vertical Multichrome: A 1for the Arts Commission, Portland State University, Portland, OR
    Merger, Rocket, London, U.K.
    2007
    Dispersion, CinemaLand, Los Angeles, CA
    2006
    Painted Objects, The Center for Contemporary Non-Objective Art, Brussels, BE
    Compilation, Rocket, London, U.K.
    2005
    Painted Objects, PS, Amsterdam, NL
    The Natalie and Irving Forman Collection, Albright Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, NY
    Eric Tillinghast/Elliot Norquist, Charlotte Jackson Fine A

    Artist's Documents:

    Artist's Objects:

    •  Eric Tillinghast - Skogafoss #3 Skogafoss #3

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  • James Turrell  (+)

    Biography : James Turrell (b. 1943) is synonymous with the Light and Space movement which originated in southern California, where the artist resides. Turrell typically creates his installations in enclosed spaces with an aperture on the ceiling that opens up to projected light, sky, and celestial bodies. Suite from Aten Reign is based on James Turrell’s 2013 Aten Reign installation at the Guggenheim Museum—a centerpiece that reimagined the rotunda of Frank Lloyd Wright’s iconic building as a luminous and immersive skyscape. This print captures the artist’s typical sense of light and color and beautifully represents a three-dimensional installation on a two-dimensional plane. 

    Artist's Objects:

    • James Turrell - Aten Reign Aten Reign

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  • Vasher Studio  (+)

    Biography : Vasher Studio is artist Jennifer Vasher and her architect/designer husband Max Vasher. Their work was recently shown at Peter’s Projects in Santa Fe, and at 516 Arts in Albuquerque. Jennifer Vasher’s work has been published in Art in America, Working Class Magazine (Brooklyn), ArtInfo.com, and THE Magazine. HerTylenol Room won a project award at the Pulse Art Fair in Miami.

    Detailed Description : Plumerai. French, to plume or pluck. “Je te plumerai…” Jennifer Vasher created Plumerai from a photograph of an earlier work. She digitally converted the photograph to a positive/negative image, laser-cut into paper, and embedded into acrylic. The burned laser-cut edges create a lacy design on the white paper base. In collaboration with her architect husband, Max Vasher, she designed panels with the acrylic tile variations. Individual panels can be snapped together by invisible hinges made of neodymium magnets, which allows for a variety of angles and configurations. A free-standing screen can be created using a minimum of two panels. Single panels can be attached to a wall with a metal strip. The frame is made of hand-grained aluminum. This edition comprises 99 panels, and each panel contains a studio stamp and serial number on the lower edge.

    Artist's Objects:

    •   Vasher Studio - Plumerai Plumerai

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About

The Richard Levy Gallery program comprises contemporary art in all
mediums by emerging and established regional, national, and international
artists.
Founded in 1991 in downtown Albuquerque, NM, Richard Levy Gallery
fosters a mission to support cutting-edge artists in all media. The gallery
shows six exhibitions per year and participates in selected art fairs.
Richard Levy Gallery is also an active publisher of contemporary prints and
multiples. The artists whose work we have published includes Thomas
Barrow, James Casebere, Stanley Greenberg, David Levinthal, Wes Mills,
Robert ParkeHarrison, Dean Bienvenido Ramos, Lorna Simpson, Lisa
Solomon, Richard Tuttle, and Tom Waldron.
Other projects include co-productions: with the Albuquerque Museum of a
citywide exhibit, On The Map, Unfolding Albuquerque Art + Design (2015),
with the International Symposium on Electronic Art (2012), and with several
organizations for a statewide exhibit, Land/Art (2009).

Contact

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