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Chris Anderson
Small Clocks, Timepieces, Mixed Media Acrylic Abstract Bright Vibrant Painting

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Chris Anderson, Small Clocks (2006), mixed media, acrylic, pastel painting and drawing. Timepieces by American artist Chris Anderson consists of a series of mixed-media paintings on paper. The metaphor for each image is a clock, with a small square signifying the “hand” rotating around the perimeter. Anderson actually sets the time when she begins each piece, then engrosses herself in the process of experimentation with materials, patterns, textures and color relationships. The artist writes, “These paintings appear as abstractions at first glance, but they are for me a very real visual diary… Each piece recalls the place in which I made the work, the world outside my studio, the time of day, the light, the sounds, and my own state of mind and heart – both spiritually and emotionally.” At 29.5" x 41.5" each, the paintings would allow extensive compositional detail, but Anderson manages to keep each one simple and streamlined. The Timepiece Series was shown at the Elaine Baker Gallery in Boca Raton, Florida and the Wexler Gallery in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. For over a decade, the art of painter Chris Anderson has addressed the theme of American cultural traditions and life in the contemporary home and neighborhood. Anderson studied visual art in Italy, at the Tyler School of Art in Rome, in New York at the Pratt Institute of Art, and in California, at Scripps College (BA, 1971) and the Claremont Graduate University (MFA, 1973). The artist has received numerous awards and honors for her work, including fellowship grants from The National Endowment for the Arts (Painting), New York Foundation for the Arts (Painting), Artists Space (Artist's Grant), Ludwig Vogelstein Foundation (Painting), New York State Council on the Arts (CAPS Grant), and many research and scholarship awards, including several from The City University of New York and The Council for International Exchange of Scholars (Fulbright). From 1996 to 2000, Anderson lived and worked as a Fulbright Senior Scholar in the Arts in Berlin. The Fulbright Commission awarded her a lecturing/research grant as the only visual artist among over a hundred grantees under its auspices in Germany in 1996-97 and a renewal in 1997-98 as the first grantee in five years to receive the Honorary Fulbright Senior Scholar Award. As a Fulbright Guest Professor she taught "Experimental Painting and Drawing" for graduate and undergraduate students at The Berlin University of the Arts. In Germany the artist created over three hundred paintings for solo exhibitions at Amerika Haus Berlin, the 10. Internationalen Kunstforum at Eichhofen Palace, the Max-Planck Institut, and Galerie Dorow im Kunsthof Berlin [catalogue]. Anderson has been the recipient of residency fellowship awards from foundations here and abroad: Yaddo, Austrian Chancellery of Art, Edward F. Albee Foundation, Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, Oberpfälzer Künstlerhaus, The MacDowell Colony, Deutsche Burgenvereinigung (German Castles Association, Marksburg Castle), Millay Colony, and the Fieldstead Company for work in Italy on "The Florence Portfolio", a body of prints now in the collections of the Vatican, the Armand Hammer Museum at UCLA, and over twenty university, corporate, and private collections. In 2003, she received an Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts Studio Center Award and in 2006, a renewal from the EFASC. Most recently, she was awarded a grant from the Fieldstead Foundation for work in Austria, England, and Scotland. She has lectured as a guest artist for numerous art institutions, including the Columbia University Graduate Department of Art, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, University of New Mexico Albuquerque, Smith College, University of Notre Dame (Pew Charitable Trust/CIVA Graduate Symposium), Fine Arts Academy of Nuremberg, Germany — and she has taught studio art on the faculties of Skidmore College, The University of Maryland, Parsons School of Design, Pratt Institute of Art Manhattan, Regent College in Vancouver, Canada, and Gordon College in Orvieto, Italy, among others. The work of Chris Anderson has been shown extensively here and abroad and may be found in over fifty public and corporate collections. A selective list of exhibitions would include the following: The Art Institute of Chicago; Kebble-Villa Museum, Germany; American Embassy, Moscow; Bilbao International Exhibition Centre, Spain; Muscarelle Museum of Art; Butler Institute; The Washington Gallery; Exit Art; Artists Space; The Society of the Four Arts of Palm Beach; Laguna Beach Museum; and The Rockefeller Arts Center; and Istituto San Lodovico in Palazzo Ranieri, Orvieto, Italy. Selections from the artist's "Family Stories Series" were shown in 2003 at Phillips' Pury & Luxemburg Galleries in Chelsea in "On and Off the Wall", the New York Foundation for the Arts Painting Fellows' Exhibition curated by William Stover of the Museum of Fine Arts Boston. Her work was also shown at the Sato Museum in Tokyo, Japan, in "Considering Peace", a group exhibition sponsored by the International Arts Movement to benefit UNESCO. In July 2004, a solo exhibition of Chris' new work was held at Schloss Mittersill in Austria. In 2005, Chris was curated into the Corcoran Gallery of Art's benefit exhibition, "Select III, Washington Project for the Arts," in Washington, DC. With work created in residence at The Wayfarer's Trust in Freswick Castle, Caithness, Scotland, she opened two solo exhibitions, "At the Back of the North Wind," at The Faculty School of Music, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, and Catherine College, University of Oxford, Oxford, England. Most recently, in 2006, Chris exhibited in solo shows of "Family Stories" at Wexler Gallery, Philadelphia, and "Timepieces" at Bellevue Gallery, Vancouver, BC, Canada. Chris now lives in Lower Manhattan and works in her studio at the Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts in New York City's Garment District. Chris Anderson studied visual art in California at Scripps College (BA, 1971) and the Claremont Graduate University (MFA, 1973), in New York at the Pratt Institute of Art, and in Italy, at the Tyler School of Art in Rome. The artist has received numerous awards and honors for her work, including The National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship Grant Award in Painting, two New York Foundation for the Arts Fellowship Awards in Painting, an Artists Space Artist's Grant, Ludwig Vogelstein Foundation Grant in Painting, a CAPS Grant from the New York State Council on the Arts, and many research and scholarship awards, including two from The City University of New York and two Fulbright Awards from The Council for International Exchange of Scholars and the Fulbright Commission. From 1996 to 2000, Chris lived and worked as a Fulbright Senior Scholar in the Arts in Berlin. The Fulbright Commission awarded her a lecturing/research grant as the only visual artist among over a hundred grantees under its auspices in Germany in 1996-97 and a renewal in 1997-98 as the first grantee in five years to receive the Honorary Fulbright Senior Scholar Award. As a Fulbright Guest Professor she taught "Experimental Painting and Drawing" for graduate and undergraduate students at The Berlin University of the Arts. In Germany the artist created over three hundred paintings for solo exhibitions at Amerika Haus Berlin, the 10. Internationalen Kunstforum at Eichhofen Palace, the Max-Planck Institut, and Galerie Dorow im Kunsthof Berlin (catalogue). She has been the recipient of residency fellowship awards from foundations here and abroad: Yaddo, Austrian Chancellery of Art, Edward F. Albee Foundation, Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, Oberpfälzer Künstlerhaus, The MacDowell Colony, Deutsche Burgenvereinigung (German Castles Association, Marksburg Castle), Millay Colony, and the Fieldstead Company for work in Italy on "The Florence Portfolio," a body of prints now in the collections of the Vatican, the Armand Hammer Museum at UCLA, and over twenty university, corporate, and private collections. She was awarded a grant from the Fieldstead Foundation for work in Austria, England, and Scotland and Residency Awards from the Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts Studio Center, where she worked until 2013. Chris has lectured as a guest artist for numerous art institutions, including the Columbia University Graduate Department of Art, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, University of New Mexico Albuquerque, Smith College, University of Notre Dame with the Pew Charitable Trust/CIVA Graduate Symposium, and the Fine Arts Academy of Nuremberg, Germany (studio presentation). She has taught studio art on the faculties of Skidmore College, The University of Maryland, Parsons School of Design, Pratt Institute of Art Manhattan, Regent College in Vancouver, Canada, and Gordon College in Orvieto, Italy, among others. Her work has been shown extensively here and abroad and may be found in over fifty public and corporate collections. A selective list of solo and group exhibitions includes the following: The Art Institute of Chicago; Kebble-Villa Museum, Germany; American Embassy, Moscow; Bilbao International Exhibition Centre, Spain; Muscarelle Museum of Art; Butler Institute; The Washington Gallery; Exit Art; Artists Space; The Society of the Four Arts of Palm Beach; Laguna Beach Museum; and The Rockefeller Arts Center; and Istituto San Lodovico in Palazzo Ranieri, Orvieto, Italy. Selections from the artist's "Family Stories Series" were shown in the New York Foundation for the Arts Painting Fellows' Exhibition at Phillips' Pury & Luxembourg Galleries in Chelsea in "On and Off the Wall", curated by William Stover, then of the Museum of Fine Arts Boston. Her work was also shown at the Sato Museum in Tokyo, Japan, in "Considering Peace", a group exhibition sponsored by the International Arts Movement to benefit UNESCO. In July 2004, a solo exhibition of Anderson's work was held at Schloss Mittersill in Austria. In 2005, she was curated into the Corcoran Gallery of Art's benefit exhibition, "Select III, Washington Project for the Arts," in Washington, DC. With work created in residence at The Wayfarer's Trust in Freswick Castle, Caithness, Scotland, Anderson opened two solo exhibitions, "At the Back of the North Wind," at The Faculty School of Music, The University of Cambridge, Cambridge, and Catherine College, The University of Oxford, Oxford, England, sponsored by the C.S. Lewis Foundation's "Oxbridge" conference with the generous support of a Fieldstead Grant. In 2006 and 2007, Anderson exhibited in solo shows of "Family Stories" at Wexler Gallery, Philadelphia, and "Timepieces" at Bellevue Gallery, Vancouver, Canada, as well as in invitational shows at Regent College and Schloss Mittersill. In 2008, Anderson was invited to participate in "Amerika trifft Bayern: 1988-2008 Jahre Oberpfälzer Künstlerhaus." The exhibition with catalogue, celebrating the twentieth anniversary of the exchange between the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts and the Oberpfälzer Künstlerhaus, was sponsored by BMW in cooperation with the cities of Schwandorf and Regensburg, Germany. From 2010 through 2013, Chris worked on The Farmer Archives, a photograph, sound, drawing, and painting installation project based on the American farm and changing rural landscape of middle America. She has interviewed, recorded, and photographed the oldest living farmers, ages 80 to 103 years, within a 160-mile radius of the geographical midpoint of the lower continental United States (latitude 39 degrees, 50 minutes, and longitude 98 degrees, 35 minutes). The exact midpoint of America is located in the middle of a hog farm 4.6 miles from a stop in the road called Lebanon, Kansas; the farmer moved the sign to keep the tourists off his land. The project participants are the great-great grandchildren of the nineteenth-century settlers who migrated west with the promise of free federal land, typically 160 acres or a "quarter-section," beginning with Abraham Lincoln's Homestead Act of 1862. Born before the Dust Bowl and Depression, these remarkable Americans lived through the era of the horse-drawn plow to tell their personal stories of life-and-death hardships, daily struggles for survival, and the simple pleasures of a childhood on an early twentieth-century farm. At present Chris is working on a new body of drawings and paintings reconfiguring art historical imagery of the Madonna and Child. The artist lives and works in New York City. SELECT EXHIBITIONS 2017 "Art for the Great Books: The Medieval World," invitational exhibition: Chris Anderson, Sandra Bowden, Jennifer Brown, Ned Bustard, Matt Clark, Kathy Hettinga, Allison Luce, Katie Joy Nellis, Veritas Academy, 2015 "Maps, Marvels, & Melodies," three-person exhibition: Chris Anderson, Emmanuel Cacciatore, and Wayne Roosa, The Rob Buckley Memorial Art Gallery, New York, NY 2014 "Electron Salon," Los Angeles Center for Digital Art (LACDA), Los Angeles. CA 2014 "Who Are We," Center on Contemporary Art (CoCA), Seattle Design Center, Seattle, WA 2014 "2014 International Competition," selected by Nancy Meyer, Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA), and Max Presneill, Torrance Art Museum, Los Angeles Center for Digital Art (LACDA), Los Angeles. CA 2009 New York Center for Art & Media Studies, "Benefit Exhibition," New York, NY 2009 Selections from Drawn & Quartered: Work in Progress," solo studio show, EFA Building, New York, NY 2008 Oberpfälzer Künstlerhaus, "Amerika trifft Bayern: 1988-2008 Jahre Oberpfälzer Künstlerhaus," sponsored by BMW in cooperation with the cities of Schwandorf and Regensburg, Germany (with catalogue) 2005 Cooper Union, "Artists as Reconcilers," International Arts Movement, New, NY 2005 C.S. Lewis Foundation, "At the Back of the North Wind, Part I" solo exhibition, Faculty School of Music, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, England 2005 Corcoran Gallery of Art, "Select III, Washington Project for the Arts," Washington, DC 2002 The Museum of Modern Art, "Life of the City," New York, NY 2002 Exit Art, "Reactions," New York, NY, traveled to: Art Center College of Design, Los Angeles, CA; Kunstverein Zum Dom Hauptbahnhof, Cologne, Germany, among others 2002 "The September 11 Photo Project," with publication by HarperCollins, New York, NY 2002 Images from the Frontlines of History: A Democracy of Photographs "Here Is New York," sponsored by the Aaron Siskind Foundation, among others, traveled to: Department of Cultural Affairs, Chicago; Berliner Festspiele, Martin Gropius-Bau, Berlin; La Maison des Rencontres, Arle, France 1998 Galerie Dorow im Kunsthof, "Family Stories: Historical Dislocations in the Domestic Landscape," solo exhibition with catalogue, Berlin, Germany 1997 Amerika Haus Berlin, "Historical Dislocations" and "The Schlossgeist Series," solo show, sponsored by the Fulbright Commission, USIA, and Coca-Cola Deutschland, Berlin, Germany 1994 Grace Gallery, "Women at Work," NYCCT, The City University of New York, Brooklyn, NY 1988 The Society of the Four Arts, "Contemporary American Paintings," Palm Beach, FL, selected by Douglas Schultz, Director, Albright-Knox Art Gallery 1989–90 Laguna Gloria Museum of Art, "At the Edge," Austin, TX, selected exhibitions from two-year tour: 1989 The Art Institute of Chicago, "Architecture in Perspective," Chicago, IL, selected exhibitions from two-year tour: John B. Aird Gallery, Toronto, Canada; Northern Michigan University; Nevada Museum of Art; The National Convention of the Architectural Institute of America; selected by Thomas Beeby, Joseph Gonzales, and John Zukowsky 1987 Hera Gallery, "Works on Paper," Wakefield, RI, selected by Deborah Johnson, Curator, The Museum of Art, Rhode Island School of Design, RISD sponsored by the Rhode Island Council on the Arts 1986 College of Architecture and Environmental Design, "God, Man, and Glamour," A&M University, College Station, TX 1986 Parsons School of Design, "Recent Paintings: Historical Dislocations," solo exhibition, New York, NY 1986 The American Embassy, "Art Stop in Moscow: Symposium for Emerging Women Artists in the USA," Moscow, Russia 1985 Brooklyn Arts and Cultural Association, "Small Works," Downtown Cultural Center, Brooklyn, NY, selected by Lynn Gumpert, then Curator, The New Museum 1985 The Butler Institute of American Art, "Midyear Show," Youngstown, OH, selected by David Shirey 1985 King's College, "Crossed Purposes II," solo exhibition, Briarcliff Manor, NY 1985 Pratt Manhattan Center Gallery, International Graphic Arts Foundation, SELECT COLLECTIONS The Vatican Museum of Contemporary Religious Art, Vatican City, Italy Istitito San Lodovico, Palazzo Ranieri, Orvieto, Italy The Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY Cincinnati Museum of Contemporary Art The New York Historical Society, New York, NY The Library of Congress 9/11 Digital Archives, Washington, DC The New York City Public Library Armand Hammer Museum, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA Takebashi Corporation, Tokyo, Japan Artothek des Bundes, Austrian Art Documents, Federal Chancellery of Art, Vienna, Austria Bayer Corporation (Bayer AG), New Haven, CT IBM, Purchase, NY Fronberg Castle, Fronberg, Germany The Fulbright Commission, Berlin, Germany Oberpfälzer Künstlerhaus, Schwandorf, Germany
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