Helena Parriott

Dissociation 15, 2014

Acrylic on canvas

10 ½ x 8 ½ in

Helena Parriott

Dissociation 16, 2014

Acrylic on canvas

11 ½ x 7 ½ in

Helena Parriott

Dissociation 18, 2014

Acrylic on canvas

12 x 9 ½  in

Helena Parriott

Dissociation 20, 2014

Acrylic on canvas

12 x 9 ½  in

Helena Parriott

Dissociation 21, 2016

Acrylic on canvas

16 x 12 in

Helena Parriott

Dissociation 22, 2016

Acrylic on canvas

14 x 11 ½ in

Helena Parriott

Dissociation 23, 2016

Acrylic on canvas

14 x 11 ½ in

Helena Parriott

Dissociation 24, 2016

Acrylic on canvas

17 x 12 ½ in

Helena Parriott

Dissociation 25, 2016

Acrylic on canvas

18 ½ x 14 in

Helena Parriott

Dissociation 26, 2016

Acrylic on canvas

12 x 10 in

Helena Parriott

Dissociation 27, 2016

Acrylic on canvas

12 x 9 ½ in

Helena Parriott

Dissociation 28, 2016

Acrylic on canvas

11 ½ x 8 ½ in

Steve Butcher

Revisit Pool 1, 2016

Photo on aluminum with museum glass and frame

12 x 16 inches

Edition no. of 20

Steve Butcher

Revisit Pool 2, 2016

Photo on aluminum with museum glass and frame

12 x 16 inches

Edition no. of 20

Steve Butcher

Revisit Pool 3, 2016

Photo on aluminum with museum glass and frame

12 x 16 inches

Edition no. of 20

Steve Butcher

Revisit Beach 1, 2016

Photo on aluminum with museum glass and frame

12 x 16 inches

Edition no. of 20

Steve Butcher

Revisit Beach 2, 2016

Photo on aluminum with museum glass and frame

12 x 16 inches

Edition no. of 20

Steve Butcher

Revisit Beach 3, 2016

Photo on aluminum with museum glass and frame

12 x 16 inches

Edition no. of 20

Steve Butcher

POV_Lakeside Drive, 2016

Photograph printed on aluminum

8 x 10 inches

Edition no. of 40

Steve Butcher

POV_Mountain Drive, 2016

Photograph printed on aluminum

8 x 10 inches

Edition no. of 40

Steve Butcher

POV_Test, 2016

Photograph printed on aluminum

8 x 10 inches

Edition no. of 40

Steve Butcher

POV_Sunset Drive, 2016

Photograph printed on aluminum

8 x 10 inches

Edition no. of 40

Steve Butcher

POV_Beach Drive, 2016

Photograph printed on aluminum

8 x 10 inches

Edition no. of 40

Steve Butcher

POV_Sunday Drive, 2016

Photograph printed on aluminum

8 x 10 inches

Edition no. of 40

Maria Levitsky

No Rest for the Weary, 2016

Silver gelatin prints, tape

20 x 30 in

Maria Levitsky

Tonal Explosion 2, 2016

Silver gelatin prints, tape

16 x 16 in

Maria Levitsky

Tonal Explosion 1, 2016

Silver gelatin prints, tape

16 x 16 in

Jim Napierala

“D”, 2016

Flashe, Acrylic, and Aluminum Leaf on Wood Panel

24 x 24 inches

Jim Napierala

Dinora, 2016

Flashe, Acrylic, and Aluminum Leaf on Wood Panel

24 x 24 inches

Jim Napierala

Nelsonite, 2016

Flashe, Acrylic, and Aluminum Leaf on Wood Panel

24 x 24 inches

Jim Napierala

Soundtrack to Mary, 2016

Flashe, Acrylic, and Aluminum Leaf on Wood Panel

24 x 24 inches

Jim Napierala

The Sheik of Risk, 2016

Flashe, Acrylic, and Aluminum Leaf on Wood Panel

24 x 24 inches

Jim Napierala

Ugo, 2016

Flashe, Acrylic, and Aluminum Leaf on Wood Panel

24 x 24 inches

Casey Loose

A Sort of Homecoming, 2014

Acrylic and Photo-collage on Paper

14 1/4 x 10 ¼ in

Casey Loose

Exist or Else, 2013

Acrylic and Photo-collage on Canvas

23 3/4 x 48 in

Casey Loose

Karma Police, 2016

Acrylic and Photo-collage on Paper

5 x 61 ½ in

Casey Loose

Living on the Edge, 2013

Acrylic and Photo-collage on Paper

8 1/4 x 12 ¼ in

Casey Loose

Sonic Temple, 2015

Acrylic and Photo-collage on Canvas over Wood Panel

19 in x 24 in

Casey Loose

The Big Takeover, 2015

Gouache over Screenprint on Paper

10 ½ x 13 ½ in

Casey Loose

Wrecking Crew, 2016

Acrylic, Decals, Photo-collage on Paper

18 x 30 in

Aspects in Collage

curated by Stacy Greene

works by Steve Butcher, Maria Levitsky, Casey Loose, Jim Napierala, Helena Parriott

January 5 – February 2, 2017

Aspects in Collage

curated by Stacy Greene

Jan 5 - Feb 2, 2017

 

Steve Butcher

Casey Loose

Maria Levitsky

Jim Napierala

Helena Parriott

 

 

 Aspects in Collage  explores vastly different approaches to what collage may represent.  

 

The works range from traditional to conceptual --- from assembling found or recycled materials to pure painting with juxtaposed images that mirror collage.  Some of the pieces have political and social elements, others are principally concerned with material itself and the physical process of art-making.

 

 

Helena Parriott  “samples” discarded materials and breaks them down to create beautiful and texturally “wrapped” abstract paintings in relief which evoke the cultural shape of the modern world derived from man-made surfaces.

 

Jim Napierala’s  employs a layering process that, while not immediately apparent in his works' shimmering surfaces, slowly reveals the underlying layers as part of a fluid painting with an intense depth of field. 

 

Maria Levitsky deconstructs her silver gelatin prints of architecture and objects by exploding and then reconstructing them into fragmented scenes, using rejected detritus of silver and light to expand the piece.

 

Casey Loose’s wild mash-ups take samples of imagery that have informed his experiences and weave, paste and will them together to bring new life into his singing “monster” collages.

 

Steve Butcher takes a more conceptual approach using found objects in his intimately-scaled assemblages, at times with an obstructed view, exploring the role of viewer as theatergoer. 

 

I'm proud to present this exhibition of Aspects in Collage.

 

Investigate and enjoy.

 

-Stacy Greene, January 2017