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, detail: 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












Sunday, January 8, 2017

postcards from the edge

postcards from the edge
a benefit for visual aids
january 13-15, 2017

hosted by Metro Pictures
519 W 24th Street
New York, NY

VIP preview, 5 pm $75
Artist Preview 6-8
Mary Ann Strandell, Green Dot, 3d Lenticular, 4x6

































Tuesday, November 15, 2016

The Bamboo Forest

Mary Ann Strandell
The Bamboo Forest II
32” x 192” x 2”
3D Lenticular Print Media
2016



Mary Ann Strandell, The Bamboo Forest II, 32” x 192” x 2”, 3D Lenticular Print Media, 2016

The Bamboo Forest IIis a 3D Lenticular Print Media Installation of four 32” x 48” wide panels. It has two premises; virtual movement of time, and embedded landscape. The pictorial plane surface is layered with abstracted linear mapping striations, and recognizable landscape images. The elongated bands of color that overlay and interweavea parralax juncture allows for a surreal sense of time and movement.  The embedded landscape images were painted "on site", in the remote canyons of northern New Mexico.
Some of the images are sumi ink renderings of citrus trees from California.
These combined forms create a rhythm and patterning that moves and pulses with the viewer’s town movement in time, through the optical lens surface. This implies a mechanism or position with in The Bamboo Forest framework that is both active and passive, distant and intimate.

Lenticular print media is made of up two software programs, archival printed output lamented to an optical lens that works in sync with the software. Over 30+ layers of images are suspended and compressed into an animated visual environment with the work of optics, software, and high end printing. I began working with lenticular as a mediated and interactive painting space in 2000.

Saturday, October 22, 2016

New York

New Large Prints and Works on Paper
In conjunction with Print Week NYC, 2016

Suite 303 Projects
526 West 26th Street
Suite 303
New York, NY 10001

Thursday November 3rd, 4th, 5th

November 3rd_ 2:00to 6:00pm
POST OPENINGS:
November 3rd_8:30pm to midnight(LMK)


November 4th from 3:00 to 7:00pm
November 5th from 3:00 to 6:00pm

Transit Pink Green / Trestle, 70x68", 3d Lenticular print on Sintra, 2016

Mary Ann Strandell, The Hearst Library/Lunaria, 54x40, gouache on print 2016
Mary Ann Strandell, Garden Faust, 3D Lenticular print on Sintra, 42x32", 2016