Join us for Introductions, a group exhibition of artists represented by J. Rinehart Gallery.
For our inaugural exhibition, Introductions, we have compiled a survey of featured works by the gallery artists. opens on Thursday October 3, 5-8 p.m. and runs through November 9, 2019. A special Grand Opening celebration will be held October 12, 2019 from 1-5 p.m.
Highlights include works by 2018 Neddy Award winning painter, Lakshmi Muirhead, master printmakers Kelda Martensen and Kim Van Someren, local art collector, curator and contributor to the forthcoming Museum of Museum’s project, Shaun Kardinal, lush paintings by Daisy Patton, and floral infused photographs by Jennifer Zwick and Meggan Joy along with many others.
Contact the gallery for more information.
Shaun Kardinal, Planes 7, 2019, Embroidered Paper, 11 x 13.75 inches SOLD
Shaun Kardinal, Planes 1, 2019, Embroidered Paper, 11 x 13.75 inches, $800
Lakshmi Muirhead, Beautiful Girl, 2019, acrylic, oil, paper, spray paint, adhesive, ink, silver leaf and plaster on plywood, 60 x 60 inches, $3,700
Kim Van Someren, Hooded Holler, 2018, sugarlift etching aquatint and pochoir on paper, 15 x 11 inches, Edition of 5, $500
Kim Van Someren, Hooded Scoper, 2018, sugarlift etching aquatint and pochoir on paper, 15 x 11 inches, Edition of 5, $500
Meggan Joy, Breaking Point, 2019, digital collage, 20 x 20 inches, edition of 5, $800
Meggan Joy, Wild Luck, 2019, digital collage, 20 x 20 inches, edition of 5, $800
Jennifer Zwick, Speaking Loudly With Gentle Materials (Yes), 2019, Archival Pigment Print, 36 x 48 inches, $2,600
Jennifer Zwick, Speaking Loudly With Gentle Materials (No), 2019, Archival Pigment Print, 36 x 48 inches, $2,600
Daisy Patton, Untitled (Floyd + Dania Isley), 2019, Oil on archival print mounted to panel, 80 x 60 inches, $12,700
Daisy Patton, Untitled (Blue Woman with Dotted Ferns), 2019, Oil on archival print mounted to panel, 24 x 18 inches, $2,400
Daisy Patton, Untitled (Two Women with Blue Cherry Blossoms and Orange Background), 2019, Oil on archival print mounted to panel, 30 x 24 inches, $3,900
Tara Flores, At The Edge, 2017, Acrylic On Canvas, 24 x 24 inches, $1,800
Tara Flores, Me & You, 2017, Acrylic On Canvas, 24 x 24 inches, $1,800
Clyde Petersen, Tour With SWAS, 2017, Sharpie Drawing, 67 x 50 inches framed, $4,000
Clyde Petersen, Beeramid 2, 2019, Cardboard and India Ink, 20 x 11 inches. created in collaboration with Jennifer Zwick. $250
Clyde Petersen, Beeramid 3, 2019, Cardboard and India Ink, 20 x 11 inches. created in collaboration with Jennifer Zwick. $250
Jospeh Steininger, ALPHA, 2018, Spray Paint on Wood Panel, edition of 4, 18 x 24 inches, $1,000
Joseph Steininger, ICOE, 2017, Spray Paint on Wood Panel, Edition of 4, 18 x 24 inches, $1,000
Melana Bontrager, Living with Questions, 2019, India ink, graphite and acrylic on wood, 24x24 inches, $1,000
Melana Bontrager, Consider the Why, 2019, India ink, graphite and acrylic on wood, 24x24 inches, $1,000
Guy Merrill, Lost Temple, 2018, Archival Inkjet Print, edition of 10, 16.5 x 16.5 inches, $500
Guy Merrill, Dandelions, 2019, archival inkjet print, 28x36 inches, $1,800
Jazz Brown, Which Way Is Neither Up Nor Down, 2019, Acrylic On Canvas, 40 x 30 inches, $2,400
Jazz Brown, Looking At The World Without Time, 2019, Acrylic On Canvas, 30 x 40 inches, $2,400
SEATTLE ART FAIR - August 1-4, 2019 Booth C37
Join us at the Seattle Art Fair for an exhibition of Fierce Florals by Daisy Patton, Meggan Joy and Jennifer Zwick. Each artist employs a variety of botanicals and floral patterns in their works in complex and elegant ways. Patton’s large-scale paintings begin with vintage photographs enlarged to a life-size scale and then delicately painted with patterns, vines and flowers, both obscuring and enhancing her figures’ poses and repeated gestures. Similarly, repeated poses and gestures found throughout art history are the framework for Meggan Joy’s digital collages. Subtle movements of hands and regal poses of aristocracy are obliterated by a collage of colorful flowers, plants, seeds and sometimes bugs that have all been individually photographed, and often grown, by Joy. Finally, Jennifer Zwick’s meticulous studio photographs seem to explode with color and begin to feel unreal as the ultra flatness of the image becomes apparent. The viewer is left delightfully disoriented as the brain is left to interpret the visual information they are presented with. Scale, optics, beauty, humor and process are significant in how these three remarkable artists’ works are interpreted. We are delighted to be showing them together for the first time at the Seattle Art Fair!