Maria Nevelson Wall Sculpture

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Contemporary artist Maria Nevelson's wall sculpture made of wood painted black. Her assemblages of found wood objects are gifts from the streets and good friends. Hand painted in one color, the pieces lose their individuality and become part of the whole energy and intuitive expression of a particular event or emotion.

Maria Nevelson is a third generation sculptor with a lineage to Louise Nevelson, her grandmother and one of the world’s premiere 20th Century sculptors. She attended George Washington University, receiving a BA in Art History, and initiating the first university accredited internship serving as Co-Director and Curator at the Museum of Temporary Art. A popular speaker, Maria Nevelson has addressed diverse audiences with a range of topics from interior design to intimate portraits of her grandmother Louise Nevelson. She has lectured at the Whitney Museum of Art; Pace Wildenstein Gallery; Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art; Philadelphia Museum of Art; Fay Gold Gallery; and the Farnsworth Museum’s Nevelson Wing. Over the years, Maria has taught interior design courses at the Parsons School of Design and Moore College of Art and Design. She also founded and directs the Louise Nevelson Foundation.
Maria Nevelson (Artist)
Place of Origin
United States
Date of Manufacture
c. 2003
21st Century
Materials and Techniques
Wood painted black
dated en verso
19.75 in. H x 14.5 in. W x 2.5 in. D
50 cm H x 37 cm W x 6 cm D
Dealer Location
New York, NY
Number of Items
Reference Number
Highland Park
200 Lexington Avenue
Ste 1039 (10th Floor)
New York NY 10016
(646) 832-4194
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