Tuesday, August 8, 2017

Artist in Residency at Byrdcliffe, Woodstock, NY

In residency from:
August 9 to September 4, 2017

PLEASE JOIN US:
Open House, Friday September 1, 2017
from 6 to 8pm
34 Tinker Street
Woodstock, NY 12498
ph_ 845-679-2079
The Byrdcliffe Colony
















The Byrdcliffe Colony, also called the Byrdliffe Arts Colony or
Byrdcliffe Historic District, was founded in 1902 near Woodstock,
New York by Jane Byrd McCall and Ralph Radcliffe Whitehead[2]
and colleagues, Bolton Brown (artist) and Hervey White (writer).
It is the oldest operating Arts and Crafts Colony in America.
The Arts and Crafts Movement arose in the late nineteenth century
in reaction to the dehumanizing monotony and standardization of
industrial production. Byrdcliffe was created as an experiment in
utopian living inspired by the arts and crafts movement.[3]

link:
http://www.woodstockguild.org/artist-in-residence/


email: info @woodstockguild.org

Thursday, May 25, 2017

KCAI Biennial Art & Design

KCAI Biennial Art & Design Gala Auction 
June 3, 2017 6:00 - 10:00pm

Kansas City Art Institute 
David T. Beals III Studios for Art & Technology
4415 Warwick Blvd. 
Kansas City, MO


For a full list of works available, see the LINK below!

Mary Ann Strandell, "Construe I / Hudson Yards”
















Mary Ann Strandell
"Construe I / Hudson Yards”
3D Lenticular Print Media on Sintra
20” x 16” x 1”
2017
Edition: 1/10

Represented by Sherry Leedy Contemporary Art

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Website:  https://donate.kcai.edu/auction

Wednesday, May 24, 2017

The meme Salon

APRIL PRICE PROJECTS GALLERY

Mary Ann Strandell

The meme Salon

May 30 to June 11, 2017

First Friday Reception: June 2,  5-8pm

Fragonard’s Curve, acrylic on pigment print, 60x60", 2017











April Price Project Gallery is pleased to present The meme Salon, a pop-up galleryexpose by artist Mary Ann Strandell that explores the ideas of decentralized “place”.  Strandell considers historic artifacts and Period Rooms, along with real-time landscape renderings into collapsable and transferrable situations that denote place and algorithmic
patterns, and vernacular architecture.  The meme Salon expose presents a series of works that combine visual languages of digital media and analogue paintings. Some of these works 
specifically imbed large scale images within the hyperspace constructions of 3D Lenticular Print Media. Other works include Strandell’s "Outdoor Studio" work done on site in the canyons of New Mexico.

In celebration of Strandell’s recent acquisition to the permanent collection of NMSU by New Mexico Arts; along with her recent artist-in-residency at The Menaul School, Albuquerque, and with her upcoming inclusion in the international Currents New Media 2017, Sante Fe, (June 9th -25th) we invite you to
join us for a First Friday ARTScrawl, June 2nd, from 5:00 to 8:00pm.

April Price Projects Gallery
201 Third Street NW
Suite G, Hyatt Regency Hotel Lobby
Albuquerque, NM 87102
Ph- 505-573-0895

Hours: 12:30 to 5:30 Wed. -Sat. or by appointment
Courtesy parking in the Hyatt Garage on Copper St.

april.designstudionm@gmail.com       
http://aprilpriceprojectsgallery.blogspot.com

Mary Ann Strandell, Hudson Yard_Kimono II, pigment print, 60x40", 2017
Mary Ann Strandell, Over Sandia, oil on paper, 14x12, 2017

Mary Ann Strandell, Lemon Tree Getty, graphite and acrylic on pigment print, 55x34", 2016


Mary Ann Strandell, Pink Trestle with Orange, oil on 3d Lenticular, 38x32', 2017
Mary Ann Strandell, Wave Warp, 3d Lenticular, 28x24", 2014

Mary Ann Strandell, Storm at Rio Gorge, oil on paper, 29x40", 2016

Mary Ann Strandell, Tree with Transit Skew, acrylic on pigment print, 55x34", 2016




Wednesday, April 5, 2017

Dazzling: Beyond Bounds

DAZZLING: BEYOND BOUNDS
April 25 - April 29th, 2017
Gala Benefit: April 29, 2017 • 7:00 PM - 10:00 PM 
The Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art
Oppenheimer, Thompson and Temporary 
Exhibition Galleries, First Floor, NMOCA


Mary Ann Strandell, Hudson Yards /Kimono,
 20x14.5, 3d Lenticular w gold and silver paint, 201
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The Nerman Museum Of Contemporary Art
Johnson County Community College    
12345 College Blvd    
Overland Park, KS    66210-1299    
913-469-8500

Monday, April 3, 2017

Currents New Media 2017

CURRENTS NEW MEDIA 2017

June 9 - June 25, 2017
El Museo Cultural de Santa Fe
Santa Fe, New Mexico

Opening Night:
Friday, June 96:00 pm-12:00 am
Saturday, June 1012:00 pm-12:00 am
Sunday, June 1112:00 pm-7:00 pm

Mary Ann Strandell, Bamboo Forest II, 3D Lentcular Media, 32x192",  2016





555 Camino De La Familia
Santa Fe, New Mexico,
ph 505-992-0591
link:
Currents New Media 2017

Saturday, April 1, 2017

Arts In Public Places New Mexico

Arts In Public Places New Mexico Award
Permanent Collection 2017
New Mexico State University, Las Cruces
Rentfrow Building
Department of Dance and Kinesiology

Mary Ann Strandell
Patterned Algorithm Interior
Acrylic on 3D Lenticular Print, 94”x 76", 2015

Mary Ann Strandell’s artwork Patterned Algorithm Interior, combines both abstraction and realism. Her abstract wave patterns are the back-drop for her hand rendered ink painting. The painted rendering is from a series of works based on the historical Period
Room, The Fragonard Room, within the Frick Museum in NY. The iconic room relays the baroque presence of it's French origin, by its rebuilt, staged environment. This artwork is a continuation of Strandell's interest in reconsidering our perception of history by combining modernism with the baroque, through images of nature and architecture.
Patterned Algorithm Interior is made from high tech and low tech materials, which include traditional painting, archival printing, three software programs and 3D lenticular optical lens fabrication. The algorithmic pattern first began as painting made in nature, from observation- a waterscape in the Rio Grande Gorge north of Taos, NM.

































































































































































































Monday, January 30, 2017

BLUE

BLUE
The exhibition BLUE explores the use of color by eleven artist in a
variety of media ranging from ceramics, painting, printmaking and fiber.
          Opening February 3 to March 25, 2017
Sherry Leedy Contemporary Art
2004 Baltimore Street
Kansas City, MO, 64108
"Ming, Deer, Crane", oil on canvas, 36x24", 2010-15
Sherry Leedy Contemporary Art