Post Road Magazine #14

 

Current Abstraction

Current Abstraction: List of Works

Melinda Hackett, Peapod Head (2005). Oil on canvas, 64" x 60". Courtesy of Vanina Holasek Gallery.

Joseph Fucigna, Get in My Belly #3 (2003). Plastic fencing and cable ties, 50" x 33" x 12".

Eva Lee, Division Twist (2004). Ink on paper, 60" x 66".

Peter Hildebrand, Always the Sun (2004). Enamel, latex, resin, and joint compound on panel, 10" x 10".

Melinda Hackett, Topanga (2005). Oil on canvas, 48" x 56".

Melinda Hackett, Beachwood (2005). Oil on canvas, 48" x 56".

Joseph Fucigna, What Lies Beneath (2005). Installation (detail). Plastic fencing.

Eva Lee, Division Transfer (2004). Watercolor on paper, 44" x 30".

Laura Watt, Quilt (2004). Oil on canvas, 26" x 28".

Laura Watt, Leapfrog (2001). Oil on canvas, 71" x 47".

Joseph Fucigna, Giddee Up (2004). Plastic and metal fencing, and cable ties, 78" x 48" x 48".

Laura Watt, Untitled, #50402 (2004). Oil on canvas, 36" x 34".

Peter Hildebrand, Bully (2004). Enamel and joint compound on panel, 18" x 22". Courtesy of Pierogi Gallery.

Eva Lee, Indelible Longing (2005). Ink on paper, 60" x 84".

Melinda Hackett is an abstract painter whose work has been exhibited widely throughout the Northeast. Hackett lives in New York and is represented by Holasek Weir Gallery of New York. Hackett was recently part of Art (212) Contemporary Art Fair in New York.

Joseph Fucigna is an established sculptor who is known for transforming industrial materials into engaging artworks. He has been the recipient of many awards including a Connecticut Commission on the Arts Individual Artist Grant. Presently, he Chairs the Art Department at Norwalk Community College.

Eva Lee's (BA, Bard College; MFA, Hunter College) work has recently been on view at The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum, Real Art Ways, and Smack Mellon Gallery. Fellowships include the Connecticut Commission on the Arts and The MacDowell Colony. Her drawings have now expanded to include digital animations.

Peter Hildebrand is a painter who lives and works in Brooklyn, New York. He is represented by Pierogi Gallery.

Laura Watt is a painter whose work explores the possibilities for transformation found in pattern, color and repetition. Watt lives in Philadelphia. Her work has been exhibited throughout the Northeast. Recent projects include the album art for “Mapping an Invisible World” by the band Days Away.

 

 

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