I'm excited to share that my upcoming showcase at the AD Design Show has been highlighted by Design Milk in an article called "The Architectural Digest Design Show Celebrates GIRL POWER at MADE."Read More
A blog by Judith Seligson chronicling her latest artistic inspirations.
I am excited to announce that I will be showcasing a selection of my paintings at the Architectural Digest Design Show, taking place March 16-19 at Piers 92 and 94 in New York.
I will be exhibiting in the fair's MADE section, which is dedicated to original art, fine furniture, sculpture, textiles and lighting, at Booth M720.
For friends, family and collectors who wish to attend the AD Design Show, I can provide complimentary tickets. Please get in touch if this is of interest to you, or if you would like to request a list of available paintings.Read More
Drawing the Line is the title both of my recent show in NYC and of a new book on the early work of Agnes Martin by Christina Bryan Rosenberger.
Obviously, other artists besides myself and Martin draw lines. Line is a common theme in the our work because we both have found geometry, specifically the grid, to be a potent source of inspiration. For Martin and myself, the graphite line in oil paintings is an even closer commonality.
The Agnes Martin at the Guggenheim and my show at Galerie Mourlot were ten blocks apart on the Upper East Side. There are several other correspondences: we have both adhered to the square, and have used short aphoristic statements in connection with our paintings. I, too, was influenced by fabric/collage artist Lenore Tawney.
For these reasons and more, I feel a kinship to Agnes Martin.Read More