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Elite Journalist, 2014

Elite Journalist: “Carrie Marill: Domesticated at Lisa Sette Gallery” By Jennifer McCabe Morales  May 1, 2014 Perhaps the best-known artist to explore the realm of motherhood in conjunction with art making is Mary Kelly. Her 1976 Post Partum Document was a six-year exploration of the mother-child relationship that included relics, observations, and charts. While there…

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Phoenix New Times, 2014

Phoenix New Times: ”Domesticated at Lisa Sette Gallery Is Unsettling in the Best Way” By Katrina Montgomery  May 1, 2014 My grandmother makes wedding cakes for a living. The cakes are always delicious, but it’s their decorative aspects I’ve alway found fascinating. The tiers are pilled high, seemingly in defiance of gravity, and the sugary coating…

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Be Realistic Demand the Impossible - Glicee and Gouache on Reeves Watercolor Paper, 22"x30"

Allison Arieff’s Essay on “Visual Aides”

Be Realistic, Demand the Impossible: Carrie Marill By Allison Arieff Fragments of Carrie Marill’s fantastical Visual Aides series are as surprising to the eye as Obama’s uttering of “clean coal technology” is to the ear. What at first seems a bucolic glimpse into agrarian idyll reveals itself to be a mind-boggling mash-up: equal parts pre-industrial…

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Turkey Vulture 9"x12" gouache on paper SOLD

Dallas News, July 2008

Art Review: Carrie Marill’s bird portraits are witty and sophisticated. Charles Dee Mitchell You wouldn’t expect an artist in the year 2008 to wake in the morning and say to himself or herself, “Today I am going to make a painting of a bird.” Aren’t they supposed to be hacking into computer code or working…

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Great Grey in the Trees

my love for you is a stampede of horses

ok excuse me if i get a little shouty in this post…but i have so much to say about carrie marill’s work. last week, 20×200 released a gorgeous print by carrie, which sold out in heart beat. is it any wonder looking at these pieces? not only was i completely enraptured w/ her print, but…

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Forsythia Crab Apple Fir and Eng Mushroom 7"x10" gouache on paper SOLD

dear ada

Once in a while I stumble across an artist who’s work touches on a number of my particular subject loves, and that is most definitely the case with carrie marill. Not only are her paintings and drawings amazing in their simple, flat, modern depiction of birds, houses, mushrooms and landscape but their compositions are surprising…

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Southwest Art

Artists to Watch in 2008 Whimsical, stark, spare, disarming, sneakily and subversively weighty, Carrie Marill’s works in gouache and acrylic combine the silliness of Dr. Seuss with the sober precision of John James Audubon. Born in San Francisco in 1976 to a dentist father and a phlebotomist mother, Marill and her brother (now a musician)…

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Happy Little Lyre Bird 9"x12" gouache on paper SOLD

Daily Dolan Geiman: January 03, 2008

Gouache Paradise: The Work of Carrie Marill So I decided to start doing a little blog series on artists and their command of a particular medium or material. What better way to start than with the ever perplexing Gouache. Pronounced ‘Gwash’, this opaque watercolor is a favorite of screen-printers turned painters, or vice versa, due…

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