Chief is focused on connecting and supporting female leaders through mentorship, events, and the Clubhouse experience. For Chief's Chicago location, we curated a collection of original artwork that showcases women artists whose works are powerful, bold, and engaging.
- Xochi SolisAustin, TXArtist Page
Xochi Solis (b. 1981) is an Austin, TX-based mixed media artist. Her works include multilayered, collaged paintings constructed from paint, hand-dyed paper, vinyl, plastics, and images from found books and magazines. Xochi considers the repeated act of layering a meditation on color, texture, and shape, all leading to a greater awareness of the visual intricacies found in her immediate environment, both natural and cultural. Xochi shares her studio time between Texas and Mexico.
- Holly AddiSalt Lake City, UTArtist Page
Holly Addi (b. 1973) is a Salt Lake City, Utah-based painter. Her works examine energy, space, and landscape through tempered abstraction. Holly’s paintings employ color blocked neutrals with pointed pops of color that navigate the viewer’s eye around the canvas with meandering linework. An exercise in the renegotiation of inclusion and omission, acceptance and refusal, Holly’s paintings are dynamic explorations of formal paint language and intimated environments.
- Chloe FieldsPortland, ORArtist Page
Chloe Fields (b. 1987) is an artist and designer living in Portland, Oregon. Working primarily with soft pastel pencils on textured paper, she explores forms that feel unique yet familiar, simple but thought-provoking. She is interested in the representation of juxtapositions in her work, such as humor and restraint, minimalism and maximalism, color space and vacant space. Her experience in writing, letterpress printing, and design all inform her approach to process and composition. Her work has been noted by Sight Unseen and Man Repeller.
- Hyun Jung AhnBrooklyn, NYArtist Page
Hyun Jung Ahn (b.1986) is a Brooklyn-based multidisciplinary artist, from Seoul, South Korea. Through her work, she investigates enigmatic abstract forms which she references as “shapes of mind”. She begins by drawing from her visual diary which captures feelings, personal connections and emotional states of being. She then translates these notions into minimalistic drawing, painting and sculpture.
- Kimmy QuillinBrooklyn, NYArtist Page
Kimmy Quillin (b. 1983) is a painter who draws from symbolic color and narrative in her abstractions. Her works are partially informed by her visual experience of the world unaided by corrective lenses - after she ran out of contacts in 2008, she discovered a preference for her less-than-20/20 vision of the world. This color field reality is reflected in her painting. Quillin lives and works in Brooklyn, New York.
- Kristin TexeiraBrooklyn, NYArtist Page
Kristin Texeira (b. 1988) is a Brooklyn, New York-based artist who creates painted abstractions of her interactions with both persons and places. Culled from decades of journaling and sketching, Kristin’s paintings create a lexicon of carefully crafted forms with a finely attuned sensitivity to color and surface. Kristin captures memories through map-like geometries that serve to reflect and record the world around her.
- Karina BaniaSan Diego, CAArtist Page
Based between San Diego, California and Baja, Mexico, Karina Bania is a mixed-media painter whose works relate to landscape and geography. Karina’s paintings feature pale hues and layers of subtle texture, often incorporating traditional pigments and dyes in stains and washes. Focusing on harmony between spontaneity and intention, each discrete shape in her paintings provokes a conversation between visible and unseen landscapes.
- Senem OezdoganBrooklyn, New YorkArtist Page
Senem Oezdogan (b. 1980) is a Brooklyn-based mixed media artist whose works meditate on the visual phenomenon of optical illusions through color and form. Smooth gradients give a sense of volume to the bold shapes depicted in Senem’s work that are subsequently flattened by her illusionistic use of spatial composition. Her color palette is equally beguiling, disrupting foreground and background and constantly forcing the viewer to reorient their sense of perspective.