gallery Interview with artist Elizabeth Russell: Elaborating on the relationship between writing and painting, and “Heatseeker,” a recent exhibition held at Interface Gallery in Oakland, California

For a recent news article published in Architectural Digest featuring the work by Russell, click here.

To visit Elizabeth Russell’s website, click here.

Elizabeth Russell’s work engages with concerns of materiality, craft, and abstraction. While her practice is rooted in painting, she employs a variety of media, highlighting relationships between gestures, marks, and materials in subtle ways that invite poetic associations. Her pieces consist of simple gestures such as folding, twisting, creasing and knotting, as well as evocative juxtapositions of color, texture, and material.

Russell lives and works in Berkeley and San Francisco. She has participated in group and solo exhibitions in New York, Los Angeles, Massachusetts, and the San Francisco Bay Area. Russell received her MFA from California College of the Arts. She is represented by Interface Gallery in Oakland.

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