Jennifer Moses: Ghost not Ghost

February 27-March 31, 2019
Opening Reception: Friday, March 1, 2019, 5:00-8:00 pm

  • Jennifer Moses

    Ghost At Sea, Oil on Wood Panel, 22 x 28 inches, 2004-2019.

    Ghost At Sea
  • Jennifer Moses

    Ghost of Carpaccio, Oil on Wood Panel, 22 x 18 inches, 2004-2018.

    Ghost of Carpaccio
  • Jennifer Moses

    Ghost Sky, Oil on Wood Panel, 24 x 22 inches, 2008-2019.

    Ghost Sky
  • Jennifer Moses

    Ghost Walk About, Oil on Wood Panel, 24 x 22 inches, 2008-2019.

    Ghost Walk About
  • Jennifer Moses

    Ghost World, Oil on Wood Panel, 33 x 30 inches, 2016-2018.

    Ghost World
  • Jennifer Moses

    Marching, Oil on Wood Panel, 26 x 22 inches, 2018.

    Marching
  • Jennifer Moses

    Ghost Skipping Along, Oil on Wood Panel, 22 x 20 inches, 2008-2019.

    Ghost Skipping Along
  • Jennifer Moses

    Under A Cloud, Oil on Wood Panel, 22 x 18 inches, 2008-2018.

    Under A Cloud
  • Jennifer Moses

    Loping, Mixed Media Collage, 30 x 38 inches, 2018.

    Loping
  • Jennifer Moses

    Lion, Mixed Media Collage, 60 x 60 inches, 2018.

    Lion

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Artist Statement

My thoughts are haunted...

In the paintings included in this exhibition, I am using the ghosts of paintings past as a point of departure for paintings present. Sometimes recognizable and sometimes abstract, these images are made of newly added fragments of color and shape that interact with the sanded and scraped surfaces of the past. The works are haunted by trickster ghouls, squiggly jokesters that move in and out of the ether. These phantoms bump up against each other, step on each other's toes and march through the picture plane with legs akimbo, fists raised.

Also included in this exhibition are wall collages. These large-scale collages, like the paintings, are made from fragments of shapes and images, creating an ephemeral world of colliding forms; imagery glimpsed and imagery blocked. Unbound by the rectangle and free of the traditions of oil painting, the collages provide respite from the excavated and worked painted surfaces. They are direct and mutable.

Whether painted or cut this work is an exorcism of the ghosts rattling in my thoughts - some that leap with glee, high rollers, and some that rattle chains.



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