Visiting Artist: Nell Warren

Nell Warren Selected Counterpart of James Lavadour : Both Bring a New Landscape to Nashville

Today’s visiting artist feature is Oregon mixed media artist Nell Warren. Nell seeks to illuminate the story behind her mark making by using paints, molding paste, marble dust, and other tactile media to explore and rediscover the surface. Nell has studied and developed her practice internationally and earned her BFA from Rhode Island School of Design.
Ask us about her available works! And to learn more about Nell Warren, visit our website- under the Artists Select Exhibition page:

http://www.cumberlandgallery.com/Exhibit_Detail.cfm?ShowsID=90

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Fred Stonehouse + Michael Noland

Known for his unorthodox figural work, Wisconsin artist and professor Fred Stonehouse chose his respected colleague and friend Michael Noland to participate in Artists Select. While their art differs in style, the two painters have influenced each others’ careers and experiences for the past 25 years. Based in Milwaukee, Michael’s imagery channels pattern and a bold palette toward indigenous subject matter. Stonehouse says, “His work comes from a very deep and personal place and that is something that I respect more than anything in an artist.”

View the artists’ catalogue of work in the Artists Select online gallery. You can view resumes and CVs of each artist on our website exhibition page.

Lori Field Selects Hanna von Goeler

Lori_Hanna_facebook_bannerLori Field and Hanna von Goeler

 

Known for her encaustic works, mixed media artist Lori Field selected her friend and neighbor Hanna von Goeler, a skilled painter from New York. With a critical use of currency, Hanna questions the prevailing emphasis on money in the world and the interplay between economics and environment. A critical tone  towards contemporary culture and currents events is also offered in Lori Field’s work, as she creates her own mythology. Animal hybrids, androgynous figures are elegantly rendered, provoking themes of beauty and innocence.

View the artists’ catalogue of work in the Artists Select online gallery. You can view resumes and CVs of each artist on our website exhibition page.