COMING SOON - PSG Solo Exhibition, Opening 2/11
a solo exhibition
by Patricia Schnall Gutierrez
6308 NW 2 Ave
Miami, FL 33150
In this new series of work by Miami-based artist Patricia Schnall Gutierrez, varying themes are conveyed to form the newest exhibition at &gallery: Uninterrupted.
The artist, who is known for her unfailing use of monochromatic hues, expands her pallet in this new series beyond black and white. According to the artist, her “choice of execution and materials is essential to accentuate the intent of each particular piece.” By way of color and process, Schnall Gutierrez’s works produce continuity between domesticity and the individual focus. The work offers an uninterrupted correlation to the union between means and ends.
The works on view at &gallery comprise of sizable oil-based paintings and some smaller mixed-media pieces on wood panels. On view until April 14th.
Patricia Schnall Gutierrez was born in Buffalo, New York and received a BFA (cum laude) from SUNY Buffalo in1978. After a move to New York City in 1980, she continued her education at the New York Studio School.
In 2007, Schnall Gutierrez relocated to Miami, Florida where she currently lives and works. She has exhibited in numerous art institutions including the Naples Museum of Art, Boca Raton Museum of Art, Museum of Florida Art, Appleton Museum, Lowe Art Museum, YAA Museum, Patterson Museum, MADA New Media, as well as in University Exhibitions, Art Fairs and Galleries in and outside of Florida. Her work was selected and showcased in the private Sotheby's auction at the Margulies Collection; she has received the Award of Excellence from the Biennial Six Exhibition at the Florida Museum of Art and was also a recipient for the Florida Department of State/Division of Cultural Affairs Visual Arts Fellowship.
In the Fall of 2016, Patricia worked alongside Rhonda Mitrani and Marina Font in their collaborative, RPM Project, for their first solo museum exhibition at the Boca Raton Museum of Art. The House Inside My Head, created metaphorical realities that addressed classic dilemmas for women and pushed the boundaries in today’s feminine culture by way of multimedia installations and video.