Marla Sweitzer, Ground Matter 45
14"W x 8.5"H x 3.5"D
SIGHT LINES, by conceptual sculptor Marla Sweitzer, is an expression of geologic time, resembling weathered rock formations and earth architecture.
"Using three-dimensional ceramic forms as a painting surface, I adopt the structures of architecture to investigate the relationship between wholeness in geometry and inner light in color."
Marla Sweitzer is a California based sculptor who has exhibited at Art Space Gallery (CA), Jason McCoy Gallery (NY) and Ewing Gallery of Art and Architecture (TN). This is her first exhibit in the Pacific Northwest.
She received an MFA from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville and a BA from Centre College.
Untitled (Abstract), 1955
Ink and casein on paper.
29 x 28 in. framed
18.5 x 27.5 i...
Bird Dog, 1989
Monoprint on paper
30 x 35 in. framed
22 x 30 in. mat opening
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30.5 x 40.5 in framed
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Untitled (Industrial Scene), c. 1955
Watercolor and ink on paper.
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