staring out at absolute space

On a sheet of paper I pour a line.  The randomness of the line becomes a freedom for form; sometimes it become a lever, an arm, a piece of machinery, the ground swept prairie with a house and a telephone pole, and either an openness or an unconstrained bustle.

If you are in New York in April I would like to invite you to come see several pieces of my artwork at the upcoming Affordable Art Fair in NYC, April 18th-22nd at 6 W. 35st, courtesy of Galerie Juliane Hundertmark, Booth E6.  On Monday, April 23, I’ll have artwork at the Rema Hort Mann Foundation, Buy What you Love 2012 Fundraiser at The Hole at 312 Bowery St. from 6:30-9:30pm.

in a tinderbox jumble she set upon slipping into her escape
2012; 22 x 31.5 in; watercolor, ink and enamel on paper

Attack of the Lyman-alpha blob
2012; 22 x 31.5 in; watercolor, ink and enamel on paper

Dancing, twirling and spinning in the antiblue
2012; 31.5 x 22 in; watercolor, ink and enamel on paper

staring out at absolute space
2012; 22x31.5; watercolor, ink and enamel on paper

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About margaret withers

Born in Austin, Texas, Margaret Withers received her BA in Literature from Texas A&M University in 2003. In 2004 she attended CU Boulder’s MFA program but did not matriculate, instead deciding to move to New York in 2006. Withers has shown extensively in New York City, around the US, and internationally in Vienna, Berlin, Brussels, Hong Kong and Moscow. Her work is included in multiple private collections and has won numerous awards, including a fellowship for Vermont Studio Residency in 2012 and the Millay Colony in 2013.
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