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Michael Bartmann | Jacqueline Boyd

Open now through Saturday, February 25, 2023

Jackie Boyd's Still Life with Books and Brown Bottle features a bottle on a stack of red and blue books next to a green potted plant.
Michael Bartmann's Transitional VIII is an abstracted oil painting on board of an abandoned industrial building in oranges and blues.

From left to right: (Recently Featured on Artsy's "Find's under $5,000") Jacqueline Boyd, Still Life with Books and Brown Bottle, 2022. Oil on cradled panel, 24 x 24 x 2 inches; Michael Bartmann, Transitional VIII, 2022. Oil on board, 36 x 24 x 2 inches. Inquire for price.

Want to dive a little deeper? Come to our artist brunch on February 4th from 11 - 2 pm to hear from Jacqueline Boyd herself. Join us as Boyd takes us through her inspiration, motivation, and process. Additional pieces will be available for viewing and purchase at this event. Light fare and drinks will be served. 

Read more about Michael Bartmann and Jacqueline Boyd's newest work in our interview.

Stanek Gallery presents the resonant works of Michael Bartmann and Jacqueline Boyd in an exhibition in parallel with a world that is constantly being constructed, deconstructed, and reconstructed.

Boyd and Bartmann use their technical mastery and unique perspectives to express the idea and abstraction of structures. Although these artists focus on seemingly disparate subject matter - abandoned industrial buildings versus home-like structures and objects - their methodology and motivation are strikingly similar. Both describe their artistic process as a journey of discovery where they add, subtract, build up, and scrape away at the surface of their boards. They explore their works as they create in order to find what they are looking for; searching for a way to catch a feeling from the air and permanently fix it in a medium more physical than memory.

Experience the latest grandiose works of Michael Bartmann that seem to pull you into the spaces he creates, where you can feel the weight of the air. The abandoned industrial locations give a palpable sense of their lingering history. 

Boyd's new works offer feelings of gratitude and joy for the everyday objects depicted in her nostalgic "Structures" still-life series. Boyd's "Fragments" series brings home the varied understandings of what a structure is and can offer. 

 

Whether they be utilitarian or domestic, structures are complex entities. We invite you to join us on a journey to describe them verbally and visually at this upcoming exhibition.

Michael Bartmann' s Transitional oil painting describes the ceiling beams in a large abandoned industrial building.
Jackie Boyd's mixed media piece Fragments #14  uses blues, greens, and tans to allude to the structe of a house.

From left to right: Michael Bartmann, Transitional, 2022. Oil on board, 60 x 40 x 2 inches; Jacqueline Boyd, Fragments #14, 2022. Cardboard, wire, paper, oil, plaster, twigs, found metal, cotton fabric on birch, 10 x 6.5 x .75 inches.

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To see the full exhibition catalog, visit our Artsy by clicking the button below.

Are you coming to our Artist Brunch on Saturday, February 4th from 11 - 2 pm to hear from Jacqueline Boyd herself? Her two newest series will be on view: "Structures" and "Fragments" with never-before shown works from her "Fragments" series available for viewing and purchase.
Don't miss this special event!
 

Scroll here for a sneak peek at these new and original works by Jacqueline Boyd. Click to purchase through our WIX store.
 

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