Ongoing, "Elisabeth Scheidl Paintings",INSIDE, 149 Gough St, SF, CA Inside
The intent of my paintings is to express connections and processes of nonliteral thought and memory through abstracted flowcharts and schematic diagrams.
This body of work began over five years ago, deriving from my experience in industrial and information design,
where visual organization of information is a central process. Rather than relying on facts and figures to create order, the paintings use layers of texture and color to reveal paths and patterns that might organize the inexpressible.
I usually prefer to paint on square surfaces. I think this allows the piece to develop free from the spatial constraints of a perceived horizon. It lets the visual plane hang in a balance between vertical elevation and birds-eye view.
I intentionally keep my paintings devoid of imagery that would specify scale. This allows me to express a paradoxical point of view that is both close-up and far away.
My work is currently nonexclusively represented by INSIDE , 149 Gough Street in San Francisco
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Elisabeth Scheidl San Francisco, CA | (415)822-1799 | firstname.lastname@example.org | www.es-arts.com
Born 1968, New Jersey
1986-90 Rhode Island School of Design; Providence, RI; BFA Industrial Design
1992-93 Pratt Institute; Brooklyn, NY; Postgraduate Fine Art Studies
2006-Now Inside; SF, CA ; PAINTINGS
2007 Dolores Park Cafe ; SF, CA
2004 LIMN Gallery; SF, CA ; Elisabeth Scheidl - New Work
2006 Dolores Park Cafe ; SF, CA
2003 The Atlas; San Francisco, CA; Fragments and Tendrils
2002 The Atlas; San Francisco, CA; E.Scheidl Paintings
2002 Perrys Joint; San Francisco, CA; Mind Maps
1990 West Caldwell Public Library; NJ; Paintings
2010 Artspan Open Studios 2010, Fort Mason Center, ; Group Show
2008 Mina Dresden Gallery ; SF; "One Night Stand ", Risd Alumni Show
2008 Dolores Park Cafe ; SF; "The Longest Day", Fresh Women Group Show
2007 SCU Arts & Sciences Building ; Santa Clara, CA; "FRESH WOMEN " (art exhibit with Film)
2002-7 LIMN Gallery; San Francisco, Seattle , Los Angeles; Paintings (ongoing rotating exhibition)
2006 Space Gallery ; San Francisco, CA; "Artists at SPACE GALLERY"
2006 SOMARTS; San Francisco, CA; Open Studios Exhibition
2006 Studio Gallery ; San Francisco, CA; FRESH Women "Studio"
2006 Space Gallery ; San Francisco, CA; FRESH Women "Concealed/ Revealed"
2006 ArtsFestSF; San Francisco, CA; Spectra Ball Exhibit
2005 Red Ink Studios ; San Francisco, CA; FRESH Women
2005 SOMARTS; San Francisco, CA; Open Studios Exhibition
2005 The Auk ; Hamden, NY; "Dry Goods"
2005 California Modern ; San Francisco, CA; Paintings (ARTSPAN Annual Auction)
2004 Propeller; San Francisco, CA; Group Show
2004 ICAN Gallery; San Francisco, CA; Open Studios 2004
2004 SomArts; San Francisco, CA; Exhibition Open Studios 2004
2003 Studio G; San Francisco, CA; Open Studios 2003
2003 Start SOMA; San Francisco, CA; Start/Lola Collaboration Show
2003 SomArts; San Francisco, CA; Art Auction 03
2003 ArtVan SF; San Francisco, CA; Art Liberation
2003 LIMN Gallery; SF, CA; Abstract-ED
2003 The Lola Gallery; SF, CA; Hibernia
2003 gallery >go<; SF, CA; Invention in Color
2003 The Lola Gallery; SF, CA; 21st Century
2002 The Lola Gallery; SF, CA; Bizarre Bazaar
2002 The Melting Point Gallery; SF, CA; Embedded Environments
2002 SomArts; San Francisco, CA; ArtAuction02
2002 ArtVan SF; San Francisco, CA; Art Liberation
2001 Fort Mason City College of SF; Semi Annual Art Show & Sale
2000 Novo Media; SF, CA; Lounge
1989 Woods-Gerry Gallery; Providence, RI; Out of Department Show
Artweek; June 2004; Colin Berry, "Jaq Chartier & Elisabeth Scheidl LIMN Gallery"; Review
Artweek; May 2003; Laura Richard Janku, "Abstrac-ted at LIMN Gallery"; Review
RISD Views; Winter-Spring 2003; Alumni Association News
Designing Furniture, Seth Stem; Taunton Press, 1989
upcoming screenings at Documentary Film Festivals & Public Television
Fresh Women is a feature documentary that follows the lives of six female artists in San Francisco
all struggling with the idea of becoming a working artist while also being a wife, mother, and/or career woman. Follow each woman as she strives to discover the balance in life between her passion for art, her need to meet her and her family’s expectations and society’s expectations.
Michael Whalen has been writing, producing and directing documentaries for 12 years.
His credits include Another First Step, SFMOMA: The Building of a Modern Museum and episodes from the Biography, Ancient Mysteries and Super Structures series on A&E and The Discovery Channel.
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