The Weather, 2018, watercolor and acrylic on cotton
Gabrielle Teschner is a sculptor with roots in Virginia and California.
Visit my page at THE TAPPAN COLLECTIVE for Available Work
NEW DATE JANUARY 17TH, 2019 AT LAGALÁ in MÉRIDA, YUCATAN
A solo presentation of new work made under the influence of this ensorcelled city.
SUMMER 2018 ANDERSON GALLERY SPACE GRANT
For the months of June and July I will be working on an exciting new project in a beautiful gallery space on the 3rd floor of the Anderson Gallery in Richmond, VA on the Virginia Commonwealth University Campus...please plan a visit!
UPDATE: The Anderson Gallery Grant allowed me the opportunity to create my largest sculpture to date, "The Announcement"--a 9 feet tall, 21 foot wide colonnade chromatically informed by Ad Reinhardt's "Red Painting" in the permanent collection at the VMFA, a painting I visited regularly during the grant period. I am excited to one day find a suitably-sized venue to present this work to the greater public.
ARTICLE AT ANOTHER MAG
EIGHT EMERGING ARTISTS TO BUY WORK FROM NOW
RESIDENCY, LOS ANGELES, FEBRUARY 2018// As an artist-in-residence of the Tappan Collective, I created new works inspired by the climate of Los Angeles as well as an installation in their Koreatown Atelier storefront space. See the installation here.
Extra Extra Sea Wall hung vertically for the exhibition Edge Out in LA's Arts District.
ARTICLE AT ELLE.COM Six Female Artists to Get to Know Now
New editorial at Tappan Collective about My Process including 2 "Unfolding" videos
Select works now available at artsy.com
October/November 2016 Resident Artist of The Studios of Key West, FL
October 19th Artist Talk "Sea House" 6PM Eaton St Studios
"In The Offing" closed March 26th with new work and a Walk-to-the-Sea at Irving Street Projects. Featuring an evolving exhibit and the two largest works on fabric (sculpture that is flat) I've made yet. Read the beautifully-written wrap by Vanessa Kauffman in Art Practical.
Summer Group Show, Euqinom Projects, SF, July 27th-August 27th, 2016
View Pictures of the Exhibition HERE
IRVING STREET PROJECTS ARTIST-IN-RESIDENCE
As an artist-in-residence at Irving Street Projects in the Sunset district of San Francisco from January through March 2016, I considered the ocean (a few blocks away) as a great force capable of drawing all structures into its depths.
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