Patricia Spergel: Peeking Through
One person exhibition of paintings, drawings and monotypes at Kent State University at Stark, Canton, OH
Sarah Lutz & Patricia Spergel: A Conversation Afloat
My two person show at The Painting Center ran from 1/3-28/17.
L/inked exhibition: December 6, 2014 - February 7, 2015
L/inked: a collaboration between artists, insects and oak trees
An exhibition of collaborative works on paper.
6 North Pearl Street, 4th floor
Port Chester NY 10573
Artists: Patricia Miranda, Judith Bresson, Leah Caroline, Ellie Irons, Katherine Jackson, Eric Jiaju Lee, Martin Kruck, Jill London, Karen Schiff, Wendy Small, Patricia Spergel
21 & COUNTING @ The Painting Center
Anniversary benefit for The Painting Center
through December 20, 2014
THE SOUTHERN REVIEW
My work was recently highlighted in the Summer 2013 issue of The Southern Review, a top literary magazine published by Louisiana State University. The link to theTSR website showing my painting on the cover as well as the works featured in an eight page spread inside is: http://thesouthernreview.org/issues/detail/Summer-2013/223/
TEXAS NATIONAL 2013 EXHIBITION juried by Peter Selz
The Texas National 2013 Exhibition, April 13 – June 8, 2013, at the Cole Art Center @ The Old Opera House in Nacogdoches, Texas, selected by juror Peter Selz, past curator at MoMA and founding director, University Art Museum at Berkeley.
Article in Sunday NYT Metro section 12/9/12
FROM WHERE I STAND
Group exhibition of abstract art curated by Katharine Dufault at the Rye Arts Center, Rye, NY, November – December 2012
OPENING RECEPTION: Sunday, November 18th 3-5 PM
Silver Tips Tea Room in Tarrytown, NY
12 paintings on view at the Silver Tips Tea Room at 3 North Broadway, Tarrytown, NY through November 2012
HYBRID: Group exhibition in Woodstock 10/21- 11/27, 2011
Curated by Carol March
Hybrid, a group exhibition curated by Carol March, will be on view at the Kleinert/James Center, 36 Tinker Street, Woodstock from October 21 through November 27, 2011. Hybrid will open with a public reception on Saturday, October 22, 4-6 pm.
Hybrid is an exhibition of work produced by the interaction of two traditions, abstraction and figuration. Mostly non-objective, these images are, nevertheless, suggestive. They hover on the verge of recognition like the twilight period between consciousness and sleep. There are also mixes of clearly defined figuration and pure geometry. Included in this exhibition are: Squeak Carnwath, Don Christiansen, Michael Mazur, Patricia Spergel, Eleanor White, Rachael Wren, and Ion Zupcu.
Patricia Spergel’s paintings are what inspired this exhibition. They are private events recorded in paint, leaving a coded visual imprint. She says her work is “a diaristic language informed by my environment and experiences.” The paintings are composed of fluid abstract forms, often derived from the human body or landscape. Organic shapes crowd together, float or overlap, creating eccentric compositions filled with color and light. These elements create unexpected works, whose intense presence throws the viewer momentarily off guard, opening her/him to a deep unspoken truth. Spergel is also a master monoprint maker. She shows at Kenise Barnes Fine Art in Larchmont, NY.
Selected for inclusion in New American Paintings 2011
My work will be featured in the upcoming issue of New American Paintings, Northeast Edition, #92. Look for it on the newstands starting at the end of February.