Mary Weisenburger

Mary Weisenburger makes paintings teeming with hard edges, rich textures, color harmonies, and optical illusions. Painters today must be able to demonstrate why their images are rendered in oil paint and not Microsoft Paint, so to speak, and Weisenburger continues to push the chromatic and textural boundaries of the oily, messy, 700 year old medium.

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Emily Gherard

Seattle based artist Emily Gherard creates subdued process-based work that reads as abstract landscapes, but which is actually rooted in figurative drawing. Her paintings balance dense accretions of marks with expanses of negative space, often in dark or muted tones.

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