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Frances McCormack

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Frances  McCormack Frances McCormack Stems_ after Lee Friedlander an abstract oil painting at Seager Gray Gallery in Mill Valley CA in the San Francisco Bay Area
Stems
 
Frances  McCormack Frances McCormack Above and Below an abstract oil painting at Seager Gray Gallery in Mill Valley California
Above and Below
 
Frances  McCormack Frances McCormack Blue Paradise an abstract landscape oil painting at Seager Gray Gallery in the San Francisco Bay Area
Blue Paradise
 
Frances  McCormack Frances McCormack Border an abstract oil painting at Seager Gray Gallery in Mill Valley California
Border
 
Frances  McCormack Frances McCormack Hunting Grounds an abstract landscape oil painting at Seager Gray Gallery in Mill Valley California
Hunting Grounds
 
Frances  McCormack Frances McCormack Red Loop an abstract oil painting at Seager Gray Gallery in Mill Valley California
Red Loop
 
Frances  McCormack Frances McCormack Self Portrait an abstract landscape oil painting at Seager Gray Gallery in the San Francisco Bay Area
Self Portrait
 

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Frances  McCormack

Frances McCormack

Frances McCormack Description

Frances McCormack was born in Boston and received her MFA from the University of California at Berkeley. She is Associate Professor in the Painting Department at the San Francisco Art Institute. McCormack was the recipient of the first SFAI faculty residency at the American Academy in Rome, three Buck Foundation individual artist grants and a Djerassi Residency.

Frances McCormack’s canvases are lush, with references to natural places - gardens, forests and woods. The paintings combine stark architectural elements and loosely interpreted botanical forms. She incorporates landscape design drawings into her loose passages and biological shapes.  

Frances McCormack Statement

Artist Statement - Frances McCormack

Combining landscape design drawings, stark architectural elements and loosely interpreted botanical forms, the paintings manifest a range of felt energies reflected through the natural world in an invented space. The shaping power of limitation, barely visible but suggested by various forms, is the primary motivation of the image.

Lush paint, the physicality of the execution and the history of decisions are obvious and unapologetically optical. Form is referential but not realistic, inviting the viewer’s participation.

April 2014

Frances McCormack Resumé

Reviews

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http://bit.ly/McCormack_TheWayofAllThings

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http://bit.ly/McCormack_NatureofThings

http://bit.ly/McCormack_NewPaintings

http://bit.ly/GuiltyofBeauty_Baker

http://bit.ly/McCormack_WomensWork

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