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September 9th  - October 14th, 2017
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Ann Stautberg: Home
September 9th  - October 14th, 2017
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Barry Whistler Gallery opens Home; a solo exhibition by Ann Stautberg. This exhibition marks
Stautberg's fourteenth exhibition with the gallery since 1990. Stautberg's signature black and
white, hand colored photographs have always commanded a large format. This exhibition
however, pushes the envelope with two 8x10 foot photos on canvas paired with two 8x6 foot
works. Additionally, smaller works will be presented as her classic hand colored photographs.
Stautberg speaks about her process below...

Working intuitively in a documentary way has been my longtime process as a photographer.
My work involves my current surroundings in my immediate environment. Interiors, exteriors,
and particularly the pieces in the show are what I keep coming back to again and again.
My process has been considered antiquated for quite a while using film, chemical prints,
applied oil paint, and in fact it is; however with some current digital processes I can now
do larger scale works, but still begin the pieces as I always did.

7-28-16, #6, 2017
Oil on silver gelatin print
36 x 28 inches
Broken Hill, 2015
Mixed media on Mylar
38 x 25 inches
Barry Whistler Gallery is excited to announce Count the Hours, a solo exhibition by Ellen Frances
Tuchman. This marks Tuchman's first solo show with the gallery. She has shown extensively in
Houston and was featured in past group exhibitions with Barry Whistler Gallery.

Ellen lives and works in Dallas but still spends a good amount of time in Los Angeles, where she was
raised and studied at UCLA. Her quill paintings made from small strips of colored paper using a
variety of media are attached to a Mylar background. They are often boldly colored and have a
variety of inspirations as best described in the artist's words below...

My quillwork paintings began in 2006 as skyscapes inspired by specific places I'd traveled to, either
in my imagination or on holiday. Thus the works in the exhibition refer directly to something
tangible. My intention is to explore the poetry of color, shifting of time (especially in the literal shift
that occurs as you view the pieces from the side and then full frontally).