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Conduit Gallery presents Carrie Marill: "Sea Patterns" opening reception

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Photo courtesy of Carrie Marill

Carrie Marill’s artistic inspiration has drawn from a vast body of sources - folk art quilts, Persian miniatures, propaganda posters and industrial design, all considerations unified by her keen awareness of pattern, both human-made and from the natural world.

After relocating from the desert of Arizona to the beaches of San Diego in 2020, Marill became entrenched in the visuals of the ocean that surround her. An avid surfer, Marill's newest paintings honor the Southern California coast and the creatures that share the location with her.

Each of the four large-scale paintings features monochromatic pattern based compositions of life near the ocean, surfboards, sea shells, sea birds, fish sit alongside a series of smaller icon paintings that venerate the birds that inhabit the area, seagulls, ospreys, cormorants.

In addition to displaying her work at galleries and institutions internationally, Marill’s practice includes developing large-scale outdoor murals for public and private clients. She also designs and creates jewelry, prints, clothing, and accessories for her lifestyle business called Punkwaspallowing her to share her aesthetic and artistic vision with a wider audience.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on view through June 17.

Carrie Marill’s artistic inspiration has drawn from a vast body of sources - folk art quilts, Persian miniatures, propaganda posters and industrial design, all considerations unified by her keen awareness of pattern, both human-made and from the natural world.

After relocating from the desert of Arizona to the beaches of San Diego in 2020, Marill became entrenched in the visuals of the ocean that surround her. An avid surfer, Marill's newest paintings honor the Southern California coast and the creatures that share the location with her.

Each of the four large-scale paintings features monochromatic pattern based compositions of life near the ocean, surfboards, sea shells, sea birds, fish sit alongside a series of smaller icon paintings that venerate the birds that inhabit the area, seagulls, ospreys, cormorants.

In addition to displaying her work at galleries and institutions internationally, Marill’s practice includes developing large-scale outdoor murals for public and private clients. She also designs and creates jewelry, prints, clothing, and accessories for her lifestyle business called Punkwaspallowing her to share her aesthetic and artistic vision with a wider audience.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on view through June 17.

WHEN

WHERE

Conduit Gallery
1626 Hi Line Dr, Dallas, TX 75207, USA
https://www.conduitgallery.com/

TICKET INFO

Admission is free.

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