March 8 – 31, 2017 | Matri-ART-y: Women’s’ March on Art!

Squeak Carnwath

In a civilization where more than 51% of the population is female, yet 96% of exhibition space is given to men, it’s time for a change.  In honor of National Women’s History Month and in celebration of uniquely brilliant female perspective, Turner Carroll features important women artists all month. Artists include an international roster including Nina Tichava, Raphaelle Goethals, Hung Liu, Squeak Carnwath, Karen Yank, Jamie Brunson, Mavis McClure, Jenny Abell, Suzanne Sbarge, Holly Roberts, and Brenda Zappitell.

Opening Reception Friday, March 10, 2017 from 5 to 7pm
[n.b. that this event takes place in Santa Fe]

August 23 – September 13, 2016 | Georges Mazilu and Mavis McClure: Morphy’s Law

Georges Mazilu and Mavis McClure

Georges Mazilu and Mavis McClure

With the earthiness of clay, and the stylings of the old master palette both artists in this exhibition present explorations of the human and animal forms. Hands on, from the Earth, yet changed.

Opening Reception Friday, August 26, 2016 from 5 to 7pm
[n.b. that this event takes place in Santa Fe]

April 14 – 17, 2016 | Turner Carroll at the Dallas Art Fair

Dallas Art Fair

Dallas Art Fair

Located at the Fashion Industry Gallery, adjacent to the Dallas Museum of Art in the revitalized downtown arts district. Featuring new works by gallery artists Fausto Fernandez, Hung Liu, Squeak Carnwath, Drew Tal, Jamie Brunson, Rusty Scruby, Edward Lentsch, Wanxin Zhang, Suzanne Sbarge, Karen Yank, Scott Greene, Holly Roberts, and more! Fair hours are Friday and Saturday, April 15 and 16 respectively, from 11am to 7pm, and Sunday, April 17 from 12pm to 6pm, with an opening preview gala Thursday, April 14.

A link to the Dallas Art Fair is here.

K.O. Jewel – Mavis McClure 23 June 2013

Reclining Woman

Reminiscent of the ancient Cycladic sculptures and Picasso’s works, Mavis McClure’s sculptures depict strong, beautiful characters. These bronze and clay figures are larger than life, with exaggerated hands and feet and lean bodies.But the beauty is in their expressions: a faint smile or a persistent stare, whichever emotion Ms. McClure wants to depict, she succeeds.

Mavis McClure is a self thaught artist. Her works have been exhibited in numerous galleries such as: the Turner Carroll Gallery, Santa Fe, New Mexico, the City of Oakland Art Gallery Oakland, California. Her sculpture “Pablo” was installed in the Fourth Street Shopping District in Berkley, California. It is the first public sculpture installation in Berkeley since the 1970s. Her works have also been commissioned by SOFA Chicago, Chaco Gallery, and the Olive Grove Sculpture Walk and are in the permanent collection of the American Museum of Ceramic Art, Pasadena, California.

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