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Carrie Marill: “Sculptural Paintings” at Conduit Gallery by John Zotos

Carrie Marill: “Sculptural Paintings” at Conduit Gallery by John Zotos Phoenix-based artist Carrie Marill has been working as a painter since obtaining her MFA in 2004 at Cornell University. Stylistically she has slowly progressed from the objective realm to a place more overtly informed by abstraction. The eleven intimate, small-scale examples of her work brought…

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CARRIE MARILL at Conduit Gallery by Todd Camplin

CARRIE MARILL at Conduit Gallery through October 14 2016 by Todd Camplin Back in May, Rachel Hellman at Galleri Urbane had a spectacular show of shaped, minimalist paintings that used a kind of relief sculpture style, but yet was still a painting. Happening at the same time was the Frank Stella show at the Fort…

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20×200 – Studio Visit

I have been working with Jen Beckman and 20×200 for almost 10 years! Her love for art is infectious – Beautiful Art Prints from a variety of artists at affordable prices, check out 20×200 for details on purchasing prints of my work and that of others.

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Daily Serving, 2014

Daily Serving: “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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