The Painting Center is pleased to present Re-Generation, a traveling exhibition featuring the work of three generations of painter-teachers. This exhibition traces the regeneration of thought in painting and art education by linking the translation of visual ideas between students and teachers to the teaching of Josef Albers.
Installation view. July 1 – August 27, 2011 C2 Fine Art Inc. opens on Beach Drive in St. Petersburg, Florida with an exhibition featuring the work of five abstract painters: Siri Berg, Victor Kord, Carrie Patterson, Camilo Sanin, and Douglas Witmer. The show, organized by Gallery Director Camden Mosesmann and artist, Carrie Patterson presents bold, minimal, geometric abstract paintings that treat the eye and stimulate the mind. The viewer will find that color is a […]
Carrie Patterson, One Placement Out of Five Hundred, 2010 Oil and acrylic on canvas and wood 38 x 28 x 3 inches November 12 – December 4, 2010 Carrie Patterson creates her paintings based on landscapes seen through windows of Maryland chapels. They emerge as collages of painted objects — painterly yet assembled. In contrast, Mike Stack’s work assumes the sculptural presence of objects in a landscape. Their force lies in the balance of strong […]
August 7 - September 4, 2010
MINUS SPACE is honored to announce the memorial exhibition Julian Dashper (1960-2009): It Is Life. The exhibition marks the one-year anniversary of the New Zealand artist's death and it will feature a single work by Julian entitled Future Call, as well as written tributes to him by more than 70 artists internationally.
Carrie Patterson, 10 Steps St. Francis Xavier, 2008 Acrylic, enamel, wood, linen, 18 x 6 inches April 28 – May 23, 2009 Paintings by Kayla Mohammadi, Brett Baker, Carrie Patterson. Catalogue available with essay by Vittorio Colaizzi. Placing Color is an exhibition that explores painting as both a place of action and destination. The exhibition presents paintings by three artists: Brett Baker, Kayla Mohammadi, and Carrie Patterson. Seen together, the artists’ intensely individual approaches […]
September 2007 - January 2010 [on long term view]
St. Mary’s College of Maryland has a remarkable art collection. I first learned this when I visited the college last spring to finalize details for Machine Learning, an exhibition I planned to curate at Boyden Gallery in the fall. The college’s collection was built in a unique way with a kind of do-it-yourself spirit. The collection was mainly formed through the maverick efforts of its faculty, who quite literally drove a truck up to places like to New York City, loaded it up with art purchased from artists’ studios and sympathetic galleries, and brought it back to the college. The faculty’s aspiration in all of this was to create a teaching collection.