The exhibition “Armature” features new paintings by MFA University of Houston student Jennifer McClish. Her glossy, vibrant paintings explore the psychological battles between the individual and society through the use of abstraction, layering and texture.
“Armature” is a powerful exhibition that explores love, spirituality and mortality.
McClish graduated from the Memphis College of Art in 2012 with a focus in Drawing and a minor in Art History. Currently, she is pursuing a MFA in Painting and Drawing at the University of Houston. Her work focuses on narrative and the psychological, exploring the internal battles of the individual and the anxieties that put us in conflict with ourselves and our surroundings. Nineteeth century Symbolist art and literature also influence her work.
OPENING RECEPTION: Meet the artist on Wednesday, June 3, 2015, 6-9PM
EXHIBITION: May 30 – July 24, 2015
COST: Free admission. Food, drinks and all artwork will be available for purchase.
Exhibition organized by Charisse Weston.