Purple and blue striped textile piece by Sarah Sullivan Sherrod.


  • Chloe FieldsPortland, OR

    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.

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  • Christina WatkaPortland, ME

    Christina Watka (b. 1986) is a site-specific, large-scale installation artist. Informed by large systems in nature, such as the movement of herds and flocks, Christina uses natural materials and ceramic to translate these systems into inviting and contemplative artwork. In her most recent series, 'The Lightness of Joy', Watka creates hanging brass and mica sculptures which hypnotically reflect light in a kinetic and meditative display. Christina received her BFA in Studio Art in 2008 from The New England School of Art and Design at Suffolk University.

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  • Jackie MeierBrooklyn, NY

    Brooklyn and Westchester, New York-based artist Jackie Meier (b. 1966) paints abstracted geometries that allude to space, motion, and time. Often beginning with a single form, Jackie uses repetition to create a sense of movement. By telescoping shapes into and out of each other, she disrupts the symmetrical order of pattern and creates dynamic compositions that course with energy.

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  • Lourenço ProvidênciaNew York, NY

    Lourenço Provîdencia portrays his subject's most essential qualities through minimalist paintings that value an economy of line and color.

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  • Sarah Sullivan SherrodTulsa, OK

    Using a combination of handwoven textiles and acrylic paint, Sarah’s bold geometric works emphasize the basic yet powerful notion that everything is connected.

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Uprise Art

264 Canal Street 4W

New York, NY


Jun 3, 2024-Aug 2, 2024


Opening ReceptionJun 6, 2024