Updated: Jan 10
I absolutely love the work of artist Carly Glovinski. From her use of color to her exploration of pattern, Carly's work plays with the idea of the decorative and utilitarian. Her work investigates patterns and organizing systems found in everyday life with reverence for the history and behaviors contained in objects and places.
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Carly received her BFA in painting from Boston University in 2003 and her work is represented by Morgan Lehman Gallery, NYC. Recent solo exhibitions include Currents 8: Carly Glovinski at the Colby Museum of Art, Waterville, Maine, How to Build a Fire at Morgan Lehman Gallery, NYC, Tread Lightly at iMOCA, Indianapolis, and Scout Land at Carroll and Sons, Boston, MA.
Her work has been exhibited at numerous institutions including the deCordova Museum and
Sculpture Park, Lincoln, MA, Center for Maine Contemporary Art, Rockland, Portland Museum of Art, Portland, ME, the Museum of Contemporary Art, Jacksonville,FL, The Visual Art Center of New Jersey, the Utah Museum of Contemporary Art, and Boston Center for the Arts. She was the 2016 recipient of the Piscataqua Region Artist Advancement Grant from the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation, and an Artist's Resource Trust (A.R.T.) grant from the Berkshire Taconic Community Foundation and has recently completed residencies at the Studios at MASS MoCA, North Adams, MA and Teton ArtLab in Jackson,Wyoming. Carly livesand works in seacoast New Hampshire.
New York Times Article -Can a Woman Who is an Artist Ever Just Be an Artist: The Lives of Two Painters, Celia Pual and Cecily Brown tell very different stories about what it takes to thrive in a medium historically dominated by men https://nyti.ms/33qQWtE