Weyrich Gallery’s latest ‘Reflections’ showcases the disciplines of three artists

'Reflections' reviewed by Wesley Pulkka for the Albuquerque Journal

Three iconic New Mexico artists have joined forces in “Reflections” at the Weyrich Gallery through Jan. 27. read more

Gallery Showing

Friday July 6 - Friday July 27

Treasures

First Friday Citywide Artscrawl Event

Artist Reception & Talk

July 6, 2018

From: 5-8:30 PM

Title:  Treasures

Show closes:  July 27, 2018

 

Pat Conway's artist statement, "Nature's treasures bring me joy.  When we connect, I do my best to receive them and show them with curiosity and affection.  My process depends on how they strike me.  It is experimental, multi-media, gestural.  The new work on paper is acrylic/pastel/pencil/charcoal/pen...So, the work shows my take on the subject.  It is reduced by abstraction, transformed by angle.

I have always abstracted from the nature surrounding me up close.  Series include Rockcuts in Colorado and Arizona, Rock-in-Water during the graduate program, and Reflections after.  Exploration in New Mexico began with works combining various elements found here--hills, mesas, and plants, etc. in mixed media on papers.  New Mexico Earth focused on color, pattern, and texture of the hills, mesas, spires--including volcanic stone, lava, clay hills, desert varnish, pumice, sandstone, minerals, granite, etc.  These pieces are on square panels in acrylic with mixed media.  Last year I painted a series on paper of Primitive Plinths radiating their history.  This year I have begun a series of plants at their ending season when dry and losing leaves, now progressing into spring.  I want my work to be spontaneous, little off center, unbalanced, lively, attenuated, thoughtful and to have a backstory."
 


Showing Opens: Friday July 6, 2018
Showing Closes: Friday July 27, 2018
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