I'm not posting on this blogspot site anymore. It turns out, I'm not much of a blogger. For news of what is happening with my art go to my website.
Friday, November 9, 2012
Tuesday, December 20, 2011
November 14, 2011 - November 15, 2012
I’m excited to announce the opening of Mechanics of Hither and Yon, a site specific installation that surrounds travelers passing through Concourse A at Portland International Airport. The exhibit features a multitude of organic forms that allude to global travel through the metaphor of seeds and spores. Covering three walls with 24 feet ceilings and spanning the 40 foot long corridor, it's my largest work ever! And certainly the most public.
Please note: You must to be a ticketed passenger, but you can go to Concourse A regardless which terminal you arrive or depart. The installation will be up for one year, until November 15, 2012.
Thursday, January 20, 2011
|Julie Nester Gallery|
|Postcard from Drift|
|Emergent Properties, ©2005 Brenda Mallory, 10 x 15 x 5 feet, Welded steel, waxed cloth, wire|
Chehalem Cultural Center
415 E. Sheridan
Newberg, OR 97132
I just delivered work to Catherine Person Gallery in Seattle for Cumulus (with Hannah Alex-Glasser and Jacqueline Will). It will be open January 28 - February 26 with an artist's reception February 3. Stop by and say hi if you are in Seattle.
|Porous Borders #2, ©2010, Brenda Mallory, 25 x 42 x 4 inches, Waxed cloth, nuts & bots,|
|Waveform (dark), ©2010 Brenda Mallory, 31 x 5 x 4.5 inches, Waxed cloth, threaded rods, bols|
Tuesday, February 23, 2010
Doppler PDX is a gallery/studio promoting dialog around experimentations and processes that artists undertake while creating their work.
Constrain to Vertical is a show by Brenda Mallory where she creates works inspired by stacks of UPS “end-of-day” barcodes. Mallory used a sewing machine to sew sequential lines (or pintucks) in fabric wall pieces. Drawing from the minimalist paintings of Agnes Martin, Mallory utilizes vertical line on the fabric. As she confined herself to work within strict linear parameters, Mallory work moves outside of her norm of organic form. Constrain to Vertical is an exciting new direction for Mallory and her work.
Sunday, November 15, 2009
Here the description lifted straight from their website:
"Connecting design thinking to design doing, Oregon College of Art and Craft and Pacific Northwest College of Art have collaborated to create a unique MFA Program grounded in hands-on making, entrepreneurial strategies, and social and environmental engagement. Combining a mentor-based approach with an exceptional visiting artists program, students work one-on-one with nationally and internationally recognized designers, makers, and scholars in a self-directed curriculum that challenges them to bring to life the full strength of their ideas and skills.
Encouraging a cross-disciplinary studio environment in which the workshop is a lab to collaboratively explore design and making processes, the Program welcomes students from a wide range of creative backgrounds to make original work with an applied purpose. With a curriculum focused on the development of a strong artistic voice, the realization of work for a specific community or client, and entrepreneurism that connects making a living with making a difference, the MFA in Applied Craft and Design is the only graduate program of its kind."
Friday, November 13, 2009
Wednesday, November 11, 2009
Hundreds of volunteers, artists, donors, and art collectors have contributed to the growth and success of the Sitka Art Invitational, since its inception 16 years ago. This year, 132 artists are offering over 500 pieces of art! Collectors and art buyers are a key factor in the success of this fundraising event.
Located at the World Forestry Center, Portland, OregonFriday, November 13th, Miller Hall, 6:30 p.m. to 10 p.m.
Opening Night Party with the Artists
Saturday & Sunday, November 14-15, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Public Exhibit and Sale
The Sitka Art Invitational is an important source of support for Sitka Center's Workshop and Residency Programs. The Workshop Program provides opportunities for artists to teach and study in workshops from late spring through early fall; the Residency Program offers opportunities for artists to pursue individual research projects from late fall through early spring. If you're moved to contribute to these programs and are not able to attend the Art Invitational, please feel free to donate online.