“Feminisms” – A Partnership with 516 ARTS by Wheelwright Museum

“Feminisms” – A Partnership with 516 ARTS by: Wheelwright Museum 516 ARTS and the Wheelwright Museum team up to present an exhibition exploring feminism in its most expansive meaning, as part of the national Feminist Art Coalition initiative.   516 ARTS, in partnership with the Wheelwright Museum of the American Indian, presents Feminisms, an exhibition featuring…

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Dear Arizona, A quote from a Navajo Weaver, 45 x 31 in, acrylic on linen

BLUE A Call to Action Exhibition in Arizona by Lisa Sette Gallery

BLUE: A Call to Action Exhibition in Arizona By: Lisa Sette Gallery Exhibition September 12, 2020 – January 2, 2021 The color blue is a latecomer among hues; ancient peoples in Arizona and around the world created the first known artistic expressions in marks of ochre, brown and yellow—colors that could be quickly obtained from…

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Carrie Marill’s Ten-O-One Window Mural Voted Best Window Art of 2020 by Phoenix New Times

Best of Phoenix // Megalopolitan Life //2020 By: Phoenix New Times Look up while approaching the northeast corner at Roosevelt Street and Central Avenue, and you’ll see works by three artists gracing the windows of the Ten-O-One building owned by True North Studio. Between Antoinette Cauley’s portrait of James Baldwin and Debra Hurd’s portrait of…

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Carrie Marill Welcomed as Artist-in-Residence at Chateau d’Orquevaux in France

  Carrie Marill has been welcomed as an Artist-in-Residence at the Chateau d’Orquevaux in France. Marill will be spending two weeks at the historic building in October 2020.  The program receives applications from 32 countries across the world and only a handful are chosen to join the program. It aims to promote the creative process…

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How Phoenix Artist Carrie Marill found the courage to face her fragility by Kerry Lengel

How Phoenix Artist Carrie Marill found the courage to face her fragility by: Kerry Lengel There’s no mistaking the metaphor meticulously mapped onto canvas after canvas in Carrie Marill’s latest solo exhibition.  Geometric shapes, some spiky, some blocky, come together into squares, diamonds and circles to form barriers – shields or fences – all radiating…

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Carrie Marill “Protected Vulnerability” at Lisa Sette by Grant Vetter

Carrie Marill Protected Vulnerability at Lisa Sette by: Grant Vetter Carrie Marill has seen her art star rise over the years with every new person who encounters her work. Her exhibitions are unlike anything else that you’re likely to see in the art world today, and her current show, Protected Vulnerability, is no exception. Moroccan-inspired…

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Protected Vulnerability Review by Megan Bates

Protected Vulnerability by: Megan Bates Carrie Marill’s shining geometric fortifications encompass mysterious artifacts and alchemical processes at work. Marill’s recent collection portrays walls and thresholds, in part as a means of protection necessary to get through a difficult year. In some of these works, delicate vining flora can be glimpsed within a burnished bronze enclosure: “I…

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Lisa Sette Gallery to host Carrie Marill work: Daily Independent

Lisa Sette Gallery to host Carrie Marill work by: Independent Newsmedia, Daily Independent   Carrie Marill is on display at Lisa Sette Gallery in Phoenix with an exhibit called Protected Vulnerability, which will run through Feb. 29. Along with Ms. Marill’s work, there will be new works by Angela Ellsworth in the atrium. Lisa Sette…

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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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