|Wreckage; 18 x 18"; acrylic and gold leaf on paper mounted on panel|
Monday, December 8, 2014
Monday, October 27, 2014
|From the series, Fisherman's Woman; Acrylic on paper; 18 x 18"|
I more often find myself posting new work on my Twitter feed, @ClaudineMetrick. With my smartphone I can snap a picture while I'm working in my studio and with a few simple keystrokes it is uploaded. It's so easy. But the images aren't always the highest quality and this series is developing into something significant so I thought I would spend the afternoon shooting good images.
I have posted this one. I'm not sure of the title of this particular piece yet. The name "Dreamboat" is floating through my head, but I honestly think that name is better suited to another piece in the group. This image happened rather quickly today and I think there were some threads of the Squeak Carnwath exhibition I recently saw at the Clark Gallery in Lincoln, MA. Her marks and surfaces, and somewhat inscrutable meanings allowed me to be more free in the studio today. Because really, who's watching?...
Wednesday, September 24, 2014
The Claypool-Young Gallery recently posted some images from the opening of Biomorphic at Morehead State University. I have included the best shots of my work below. While the space is rather large, I do like the juxtaposition of my paintings with the fanciful sculptures. To view the rest of the exhibit visit the gallery's Facebook page.
Sunday, September 21, 2014
The result is a series of five medium-format acrylic paintings about 25 x 30", some etchings, and three large scale paintings at 40 x 51". I am continuing to think about what these images mean and work out what they need and don't need to contain. You can view the medium-format pieces in the portfolio at the right titled Secret Garden 2014. Enjoy!
Monday, September 8, 2014
Tuesday, August 26, 2014
I am pleased to announce the inclusion of my work in the upcoming exhibition, Biomorphic, at Morehead State University in Kentucky. Displayed in the expansive Claypool-Young Art Gallery the show promises to be a sumptuous collection of art inspired by the natural world.
The eight paintings I shipped arrived at the university yesterday and are waiting to be installed alongside work by artists Steve Budington, Sarah Knill, Tammie Rubin, and Scott Turri. Opening reception is Wednesday, September 10th.