Selected Drawings

December 3 - January 15, 2006

 

Joseph Hart
Patricia Iglesias
Jesse Lambert
Jenny Ping
David Scanavino
Anna Tanner
Tyler Vlahovich

Installation view of Selected Drawings Klaus von Nichtssagend Gallery 2006,
David Scanavino, Desk with Scribbles, 2005matte acrylic, colored pencil and graphite44 x 30 inches
David Scanavino, Fluorescent Light Desk, 2005graphite, beeswax, matte acrylic on paper29 x 21 inches
Joseph Hart, Color Stage, 2005mixed media on paper16 x 22 inches
Joseph Hart, untitled, 2005mixed media on paper10 x 7 inches
Joseph Hart, untitled, 2005mixed media on paper10 x 7 inches
Jenny Ping, Purity Saurus Pas de Deux, 2004marker on bristol22 x 28 inches
Tyler Vlahovich, untitled, 2005ink, colored pencil and graphite on paper18 x 23 1/2 inches
Tyler Vlahovich, untitled, 2005ink, colored pencil and graphite on paper18 x 23 1/2 inches
Jenny Ping, Purity Saurus Pas de Quartet, 2004marker on bristol22 x 28 inches
Jenny Ping, Purity Saurus Pas de Deux, 2004marker on bristol22 x 28 inches
Anna Tanner, Laser Lasso, 2005ink on paper8 1/4 x 5 1/2 inches
Anna Tanner, Yes, 2005marker and ballpoint pen on paper8 3/4 x 12 inches
Anna Tanner, TV Lady in Reality, 2005ink on paper8 1/4 x 5 7/8 inches
Anna Tanner, Object Experiencing Non-Locality, a Luck Dragon, 2005graphite on paper9 1/4 x 13 inches
Jesse Lambert, Untitled-Watercolor-2004 #1, 2004gouache on paper16 x 15 inches
Jesse Lambert, Untitled-Watercolor-2005 #1, 2004gouache on paper16 x 15 inches
Patricia iglesias, La Secta de los Treinta, 2005acrylic paint and colored pencil on paper36 x 84 inches

Press Release

Klaus von Nichtssagend Gallery has selected works on paper by seven artists that span the wide spectrum of drawing from allegorical narrative to non-representational abstraction. This show aims to function as a small survey of the many directions found in contemporary drawing.

Jenny Ping stages fantastical ballet scenes featuring dancing dinosaurs clad in explosively colorful costumes writ in marker.

Anna Tanner’s delicate pictures portray half-spoken gestures of metaphorical ephemerality.

Joseph Hart uses a developed iconographic imagery to portray his interest in folklore and myth, creating a culture that is entirely invented rather than specific to any one society.

David Scanavino’s drawings use the physical properties of materials and the stoicism of the image (desktops) to create powerful psychological conditions that remain mysteriously elusive.

Jesse Lambert’s gouches contain vibrantly juxtaposed schemata lying somewhere between the polymorphous kingdoms of flora and fauna and described in vivid color.

The work of Patricia Iglesias utilizes varieties of organic shapes, colors, and marks splayed vivaciously along the length of a scroll.

Tyler Vlahovich’s drawings describe complex unified spaces often punctuated by what might be described as an event whose result conveys movement and energy.

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