My creative process is very much formed by the interaction of artist and canvas, in a back and forth process involving a combination of accident, discernement and intention, and more chaotic elements. The process is generally not oriented to a specific end-point, but emerges through an openness to imaginative possibilities and challenges that emerge through the process of painting itself. I am the artist, but the painting emerges out of a more supra-subjective field.
I embrace a tension between intentionally structured compositional elements and mark-making, and looser, more liberal gestures of line and color. Often it is this tension which gives my work its kinetic compositional character. I am also interested in the dialogue between bold forms and colors and exploring the hybridity of forms that can appear at once as figurative and abstract, organic and biological. My work as a whole is characterized by bold colors, organic shapes and figures that appear to be in active discourse. I find ideas generated from my imagination, sometimes they come to me in a restful or meditative state when my mind is relaxed and open. At certain points my subject matter comes from political or social issues that are pressing or timely, e.g. feminist issues.
You Might Be Right: New Paintings by Ingrid Scheibler, Piano Craft Gallery, Boston, Jan 3-26, 2020. Opening Reception Jan 3, 6-8pm
SMFA Art Sale, Nov 21-24, 11-7, Find works from established and emerging artists; I will have a painting and works on paper in the sale
The Member's Juried Exhibition, Provincetown Art Association and Musem, Oct. 25-Dec.1, Provincetown, Ma
(Curator: Sam Tager)
You Can't Teach Art: Students of John Murray, Holzwasser Gallery, New Art Center, Newton, Ma, Oct. 24-Jan. 25
Storytelling in Textiles, Cambridge Art Assocation @ The Martin Group, One Design Center Place, Suite 515, Oct. 2-25, (Juror: Marni Katz)
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