Margie Livingston: Wednesday, January 25, 11:30-1:00, Lecture Hall 1 (note change of date)


Margie Livingston

Most painters are, abstractly speaking, sculptors of paint, building images through the careful application of layered pigments. But Livingston pushes this idea to an extreme in her construction of three-dimensional forms. The result is a body of work that might prod paint off the palette, but nevertheless keeps it as a medium very much in the limelight.-Suzanne Beal
“Letting accident and discovery meet invention and experimentation, my goal is to make works that surprise me and pull me into new territory as I investigate the properties of paint pushed into three dimensions.”

Margie received an MFA in Painting from the University of Washington. Recent solo exhibitions include Luis De Jesus, Los Angeles, Greg Kucera Gallery, Seattle; LACE, Los Angeles; Richard Levy Gallery, Albuquerque, NM; and The Archer Gallery, Clark College, Vancouver, WA. She has won multiple awards including the Arts Innovator Award and the Neddy Artist Fellowship for Painting in 2010 and Betty Bowen in 2006. She is a member of SOIL Artist Cooperative and is represented by Greg Kucera Gallery. Her work is in theĀ  collections of the Seattle Art Museum, The Henry Art Gallery and the Tacoma Art Museum.

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