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Anne Greenwell : Kaleidorama

Jeffrey Moose Gallery

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EXHIBITION: February-March, 2024.
Opening reception February 2nd from 6 to 8 PM
A second reception will take place on First Friday, March 1st, also 6-8 PM.

Jeffrey Moose Gallery proudly presents works on paper by artist Anne Greenwell for the months of February and March. A reception for the exhibition will be held on First Friday, February 2nd from 6 to 8 PM. A Facebook livestream tour of the show will run from about
5:20 to 5:40. A second reception will take place on First Friday, March 1st, also 6-8 PM.

I first showed Greenwell’s dazzling compositions back in 2009 when she and her family were
Living in Richland and her husband was working in a government energy lab.The rollicking kaliedoscopic compositions reminded me of the landscape along the Columbia River, but with a wild twist: inspired by fractals, Sacred Geometry and psychedelic art of the 60’s and 70’s. Originally a textile artist, its easy to imagine the artist transposing quilt patterns into more fluid graphic 2D compositions.

She works primarily on paper with a variety of of media: many types of markers, acrylics, pens and pencils. As as she explains, aspects of her work are driven from studying perspective. Often her grids suggest complex three dimensional spaces.

Though trained and still employed as a nurse, Greenwell has found art to be a compulsion and
Has woven it around her professional life, participating in group shows in the 80’s and 90’s in NYC, Chicago, Dallas and Austin before having a child in 2000. She has exhibited in Washington State since 2008. She recently told me that she wanted to “…make something big and something little. I want it to feel like its moving. The world needs more color and light!”

Jeffrey Moose Gallery

181 Winslow Way East suite f, Bainbridge Island, Washington 98110, USA

Tuesday – Friday 10-5:30
Saturday 11-6
Also open by appointment.


ABOUT THE GALLERY: In twenty five years Jeffrey Moose Gallery has shown an enormous variety of work by artists local, national and international, with a wide range of styles and media. From the original location in downtown Seattle’s Rainier Square, where I operated for 23 years on the second level of the Atrium, the gallery moved in the summer of 2017 to the town of Winslow on Bainbridge Island.

The gallery has shown work ranging from scientific illustrations to Pop/Op to pastel landscapes to Native American and Australian Aboriginal art. Nature is a common thread and it continues to inspire and direct.

In recent years, music and musicians have been regular themes at the gallery. I am honored to represent Rock and Roll photographer Steve Schneider, whose photos go back to the early 70’s and also include stunning images of the Grunge era. The gallery partnered with the Bainbridge Island Museum of Art (BIMA) for the last two Octobers to celebrate Jazz, in conjunction with Within/Earshot Jazz concerts.

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