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Trio: Ky Anderson, Meg Lipke, Vicki Sher

Ky Anderson, Desert. 2019. Pigment and a
Meg Lipke, Small Black Fragment, 2017.
Ky Anderson, "Desert." Pigment and acrylic on raw canvas.                                   Meg Lipke, "Small Black Fragment." Fabric dye on muslin with fill.                       Vicki Sher, "Double Arc." Oil pastel on drafting film. 

March 23 - April 21, 2019

The gallery is thrilled to present Trio, a group exhibition by Ky Anderson, Meg Lipke, and Vicki Sher. In an art world where rigorous and successful collaboration is rare, these three New York-based artists have been exhibiting together periodically since 2013. Anderson, Lipke, and Sher maintain individual studios, and are also the artists behind Paper Giants, a series of exhibitions monumentally-scaled works on paper. Iterations of Paper Giants have been shown at Moore College of Art (Philadelphia), Proto Gallery (Hoboken), Lois Lambert Gallery (Santa Monica) and the Volland Gallery (Alma, Kansas). The work in Trio includes painting, work on paper, and soft sculpture clearly born of a meaningful relationship between the three individual artists.


Ky Anderson was born in 1973 in Kansas City Missouri. Recent solo exhibitions include Kathryn Markel (NY), Jack Fischer Gallery (San Francisco), Zeitgeist (Nashville), Republic (Vancouver BC), Frosch and Portmann (NY), and Mattaewan (Beacon.) Her work has been discussed widely including in Two Coats of Paint, Juxtapoz, and the Philadelphia Inquirer.


Vicki Sher has a BFA from Cornell and an MFA from the University of Iowa. She has exhibited widely in the United States and Europe. Solo exhibitions include Frosch and Portmann (NY), the George Gallery (Charleston), Galerie Louis Gendre (France), and Red Arrow (Nashville.) She is a MacDowell fellow and has been a resident at VCCA.


Meg Lipke was born in 1969 in Portland, Oregon and was raised in Burlington, Vermont and Cheshire, England. She received her MFA from Cornell University. Her work has been exhibited nationally and internationally and has been reviewed in Art in America, the Village Voice, the New York Times and many online publications. She splits her time between the Hudson Valley and the Bushwick neighborhood of Brooklyn, New York.

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