A n n Va n d e r v e l d e
June 5 - 28, 2014
Ann Vandervelde Focusing on color, line, shadow, and negative and positive space, Ann Vandervelde paints magnifications of nature. With studios in Seattle and the San Juan Islands, she employs a rich color palette that reflects her Washington surroundings. With acrylics, papers, and oil pastels, she “maps the earth on canvas in an attempt to answer questions about green and urban space, climate, sound, light, water, and our own not insignificant footprint” here on earth. However, her own inspirations aside, she simply hopes to “reach the viewers’ life experiences” through her abstract paintings.
Vandervelde has shown her work in exhibitions throughout the United States and in Vancouver, B.C. Her work is held in public and private collections, including the American Diabetes Association in Ohio and the U.S. Government “Art in Embassies” Program in Washington, D.C.
Vanishing 2014 mixed media on canvas 24 x 36 in
Marbled Cliffs 2013 mixed media on panel 16 x 16 in
Nesting Material 2013 mixed media on panel 6 x 6 in
Sheer Radiance of Daffodils 2014 mixed media on panel 16 x 16 in
Calving Ice 2013 acrylic on canvas 36 x 36 in
How Green the Path 2014 acrylic on panel 24 x 24 in
Iceberg Point 2012 mixed media on panel 24 x 18 in
Alaska Glaciers 2012 acrylic on canvas 20 x 24 in
The Dance 2014 mixed media on panel 24 x 24 in
Nesting 1 2012 acrylic on board 8 x 8 in
Nesting 2 2012 acrylic on board 8 x 8 in
Nesting 3 2012 acrylic on board 8 x 8 in
Richard Wiegmann Through drawings of seashores and other natural habitats, Richard Wiegmann examines the intricacies, structures, and metaphors of nature. He works from memory, imagination, sketches, and photographs, often on a translucent polyester film that allows him to experiment with varied drawing media and techniques. Wiegmann views the natural world as simultaneously temporary and transcendent, noting that even in our â€œincreasingly technological culture,â€? it is difficult to experience nature without noticing small details like sound, texture, or light.
Richard Wiegmann received his MFA from the Claremont Graduate School in California. Over the past fifty years, he has exhibited his work in solo and group exhibitions, and various public and private collections around the country hold his work.
Nothing is Unimportant 2014 mixed media on polyester film 28 x 24 in
Once at a Time 2013 mixed media on polyester film 31.5 x 39 in
Bubbling Up 2013 mixed media on polyester film 24 x 28 in
Upwelling 2014 mixed media on polyester film 28 x 24 in
Coinciding 2014 mixed media on polyester film 31.5 x 39 in
Beach Study #1 2014 mixed media on polyester film 28 x 24 in
Good Day for a Red Kite 2014 mixed media on polyester film 28 x 24 in
Celebration: the Sea 2012 mixed media on polyester film 31.5 x 39 in
Voyage 2013 mixed media on polyester film 31.5 x 39 in
123 South Jackson Street Seattle, Washington 98104 206.625.0055 www.galleryima.com | email@example.com Front cover, left: Ann Vandervelde, Detail of The Journey, 2013, mixed media on canvas, 24 x 30 in Front cover, right: Richard Wiegmann, Detail of Only Some Things Drift, 2013, mixed media on polyester film, 31.5 x 39 in Left: Richard Wiegmann, Floating Stone, 2011, mixed media on polyester film, 31.5 x 39 in Copyright 2014 Gallery I|M|A