Lael Marshall

Crust  2013

Oil . acrylic . thread on fabrics   7 x 40 cm

Lael Marshall

Untitled  2013 

mixed media  49 x 15 cm

Lael Marshall

Virgule  2013

oil, acrylic, rabbit skin glue, cotton, staples, wood   49 x 15 cm / 19.3 x 5.9 inch

Lael Marshall

Untitled 2013

flannel . thread . rabbit skin glue . staples . wood

Lael Marshall

Untitled 2005

oil on paper 40 x 30 cm

Rahel Knöll

Untitled 2013

acryl on linnen  54 x 65 cm

Rahel Knöll

Untitled 2013

acryl on linnen  41 x 33 cm

Rahel Knöll

Untitled 2013

acryl on linnen  61 x 33 cm

Rahel Knöll

Untitled 2013

acryl on linnen  42 x 33 cm

Robin Ballard

Laundry 2 2012

pen on paper  70 x 100 cm

Robin Ballard

Chiniese Vases 2013

acrylic & soap on ceramic  16 / 18 / 28

Robin Ballard

Flying Saucers 2012

pastel acrylin on ceramic  14 x 14 cm

Robin Ballard

Lotus Easters 2012
acrylic on ceramic  22 x 22 cm

Elisabeth Heller

Star !  2011

oil on linnen  40 x 30 cm

Elisabeth Heller

See You ! 2013

oil on linnen  40 x 30  cm

Elisabeth Heller

Where Flowers come from 2013

oil on linnen  60 x 40 cm

 

Elisabeth Heller

Twiggy 2013

oil on linnen  40 x 30 cm

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EXHIBITION  .  quattro donne

september 7th - october 5th  2013

 

LAEL MARSHALL

RAHEL KNÖLL
ROBIN BALLARD

ELISABETH HELLER

  

QUATTRO DONNE . Four women artists from Switzerland and the USA grant us an insight into their creative practices by way of their most recent artistic output. It is tempting to look for the typically feminine in the expression and the materiality of their works . Is there such a thing as typically feminine art ? Can we tell just from looking at a work of art if it was a feminine or a masculine spirit that whispered into the artist’s ear or if the hand that executed it was that of a man or a woman ? Is there such a thing as a feminine and a masculine perception and , if so , how does that manifest in an artist’s work ? In the exhibition QUATTRO DONNE , only women are represented . In the gallery space , their works enter into a spatial relationship and thereby a dialogue with each other. Interesting questions and possibly some answers relating to that dialogue and the broader context of the feminine in art will be discussed in the ARTIST TALK.