Elise Ferguson is a painter whose geometric abstractions often preserve incidents, actions, undoings, and the myriad transformations that occur above, below and between the visible surface.
In her works, Ferguson gives equal weight to the pleasures of creating something resolutely optical – concentric circles, radiating grids and undulating patterns.
The artist usually works with a combination of pigmented plaster and ink on MDF panels but is adapting her painting to be displayed publicly in Athens to be unveiled on the 9th June.
Ferguson has had solo exhibitions with Halsey McKay Gallery, White Columns, Envoy Enterprises, New York and at Illinois State University. Her works have been included in exhibitions at Luhring Augustine, Team Gallery, Dieu Donne Papermill, The Sculpture Center, Andrew Kreps, and CRG Gallery, New York; Bowdoin College Museum of Art in Brunswick, Maine, Fourteen30 Contemporary, Portland, Norwich Galllery, England, Lothringer Dreizen, Munich, amongst others.
Image: 80s, 2018
Painting, pigmented plaster on MDF panel 76.2 x 76.2 cm
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