COLOR CURE

a group invitational exhibition

May 6 – June 26th, 2021

This invitational introduces bold abstract works as a COLOR CURE for our collective consciousness. after the long year mired in pandemic. This color-centric exhibition welcomes a radical shift to effervescent optimism and vitality.

THE BALLAD OF SADIE ROSE

40 X 26.5″ gouache on paper

Sarah Helen More

3000. unframed 3600. framed

COLLECT

CHANNELING SUMMER

20 X 15 X 4″ vintage book parts

Conny Goelz Schmitt

1500. unframed 2400. framed

COLLECT

GEM L6

38 X 48″ monoprint, archival cotton paper

Laura Berman

3850. unframed 4400. framed

COLLECT

SIDE EYE

16 X 20″ acrylic on montval

Martina Nehrling

1400. unframed 1700. framed

COLLECT

ABSTRACT 9

30 X 36″ acrylic on canvas

Barbara Robertson

3000.

COLLECT

“Seduced by the formal complexity of color, I revel in its emotive slipperiness and enjoy mining its controversial decorativeness. Tuned to the vivid and continuous absurd disparities of daily life, I weave visual rhythms—resonant, discordant, muscular, mellifluous—in patterns akin to currents and eddies, note taking, list making, pixilation and mapping.”

– Martina Nehrling, Artist

WANDERER

48 x 36 x 2″ mixed media on canvas

Alayne Spafford

4500.

COLLECT

PRESS for COLOR CURE

4.22.21

create! MAGAZINE 

“Historically trivialized, color in art has been perceived by critics as frivolous and purely decorative. Like the pioneers of Abstract Expressionism in the late 1940s paving the way with their explosions of color on canvas, these artists posit a yearning for the expressive power of color as a cure for the soul and a visual elixir.”