I investigate the visual effects of motion on form due to my overt fascination with movement. Utilizing divergent scale shifts from up close to vast distance, I attempt to capture the essence of a certain movement in a stop motion act of drawing. Words such as Hover or Budge enact a drama of passage in my hands. The drawings become events in themselves with links to spatial phenomena where identity is amorphous. Deliberately working within a restrained palette, I aim for an intimation of phosphorescence from my pigments and a dialogue between the indeterminate and the exactitude of my forms.
Meredith Rosier studied drawing at Yale University and earned an MFA from The Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts. Her encounters with drawing have seen her work collected by museums nationally and internationally. In 2016, her work won The Genius Award from the National Association of Women Artists. She teaches Abstraction and Drawing, Large Scale Abstract Drawing, Abstract Comics and Transparency at The Woodstock School of Art, NY. To further her championship of abstract drawing, Rosier founded The Drawing Galaxy in 2009. Comprised of over 40 artists, this endeavor is dedicated to those who delve into abstraction as a primary language.
Pastel, ink, conté on paper (25 x 25) $1,800 (Framed)
Pastel on paper (25 x 25) $1,800 (Framed)
Pastel, ink, conté on paper (17 x 17) $950 (Framed)