Lucinda Cobley "Intervals" and Begoña López "Neverending Maiden"

May 19 - Jun 23, 2018

Lucinda Cobley "Intervals" and Begoña López "Neverending Maiden"

Nicole Longnecker Gallery announces the exhibition; “Lucinda Cobley: Colour Intervals” featuring new work by British abstract and reductive artist artist Lucinda Cobley. This exhibit will feature all new work from Cobley.

 

“I’m excited to launch our initial exhibit of Lucinda’s luminous work,” said gallery owner Nicole Longnecker. “I have been a fan of her work for many years. Her pieces has been very well received by our collectors in the last year and we feel her newest works will widen her audience.”

 

LUCINDA COBLEY: Lucinda Cobley was born in Birmingham U.K. In 1985 she graduated with a BA (Hons) Glass Design from North Staffordshire Polytechnic followed by a Post Graduate Diploma in Illustration from Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design, University of Arts, London in 1993. Currently resident in the U.S. she lives in Houston, Texas. Her practice encompasses painting, printmaking and sculptural installation. A member of PrintMatters and Burning Bones Press she also teaches painting and drawing at The Art League in Houston.

Lucinda Cobley’s work is abstract and reductive. Formed by applying and removing oil or acrylic paint with flat edged implements, sponges and brushes they are assembled from multiple layers of translucent glass, vellum or plastic. The individual works are assembled into frames and arranged in sequences or groupings following linear or grid formations. Color relationships become discernable through subtle refractions of light in tandem with physical movements made by the viewer. Sometimes barely visible, each translucent layer reveals luminous color interactions and exposes the history of the mark-making process. The paints are made from a combination of minerals and pigments such as alabaster, malachite or marble dust and when applied onto the semi-transparent materials, the textured paint, reflects light and shadows that resolve into meditative translucence. 

Venues for work exhibited include The Royal College of Art London, Corpus Christie Art Museum, Art League Houston, Smithtown Township Arts Council, New York, Proteus Gowanus New York, University of Texas at San Antonio, Islip Art Museum, Siena Art Institute, Italy, Museum of Fine Arts Houston, Museum of Printing History, Houston, the Masur Museum of Art, Monroe, Louisiana and the University of Houston Downtown. Lucinda Cobley’s work has been featured in juried publications including ‘Images 20 by The Association of Illustrators’ in the UK and selected by Terrie Sultan Director of the Parrish Museum New York for ‘New American Painting Issue #84’ and selected by Michael Paglia for the publication ‘Texas Abstract: Modern and Contemporary.’

 

Lucinda Cobley "Intervals" and Begoña López "Neverending Maiden"
Nicole Longnecker Gallery announces the exhibition; “Lucinda Cobley: Colour Intervals” featuring new work by British abstract and reductive artist artist Lucinda Cobley. This exhibit will feature all new work from Cobley. “I’m excited to launch our initial exhibit of Lucinda’s luminous work,” said gallery owner Nicole Longnecker. “I have been a fan of her work for many years. Her pieces has been very well received by our collectors in the last year and we feel her newest works will widen her audience.” LUCINDA COBLEY: Lucinda Cobley was born in Birmingham U.K. In 1985 she graduated with a BA (Hons) Glass Design from North Staffordshire Polytechnic followed by a Post Graduate Diploma in Illustration from Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design, University of Arts, London in 1993. Currently resident in the U.S. she lives in Houston, Texas. Her practice encompasses painting, printmaking and sculptural installation. A member of PrintMatters and Burning Bones Press she also teaches painting and drawing at The Art League in Houston. Lucinda Cobley’s work is abstract and reductive. Formed by applying and removing oil or acrylic paint with flat edged implements, sponges and brushes they are assembled from multiple layers of translucent glass, vellum or plastic. The individual works are assembled into frames and arranged in sequences or groupings following linear or grid formations. Color relationships become discernable through subtle refractions of light in tandem with physical movements made by the viewer. Sometimes barely visible, each translucent layer reveals luminous color interactions and exposes the history of the mark-making process. The paints are made from a combination of minerals and pigments such as alabaster, malachite or marble dust and when applied onto the semi-transparent materials, the textured paint, reflects light and shadows that resolve into meditative translucence. Venues for work exhibited include The Royal College of Art London, Corpus Christie Art Museum, Art League Houston, Smithtown Township Arts Council, New York, Proteus Gowanus New York, University of Texas at San Antonio, Islip Art Museum, Siena Art Institute, Italy, Museum of Fine Arts Houston, Museum of Printing History, Houston, the Masur Museum of Art, Monroe, Louisiana and the University of Houston Downtown. Lucinda Cobley’s work has been featured in juried publications including ‘Images 20 by The Association of Illustrators’ in the UK and selected by Terrie Sultan Director of the Parrish Museum New York for ‘New American Painting Issue #84’ and selected by Michael Paglia for the publication ‘Texas Abstract: Modern and Contemporary.’
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Nicole Longnecker Gallery
Houston
TX
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Awakening 1, 2016
Lucinda Cobley

Awakening 1, 2016

monoprint on 2 layers of polyester film

33 x 20 in

Awakening 3, 2016
Lucinda Cobley

Awakening 3, 2016

monoprint on 2 layers of polyester film

33 x 20 in

Dusk 1, 2016
Lucinda Cobley

Dusk 1, 2016

acrylic and pigments on cast acrylic with mirror

10.25 x 10.25 in

Dusk 3, 2016
Lucinda Cobley

Dusk 3, 2016

acrylic and pigments on cast acrylic with mirror

10.25 x 10.25 in

Quondam 1, 2017/18
Lucinda Cobley

Quondam 1, 2017/18

casein on Hakuho/Arnhem paper, acrylic on polyester film

14 x 11 in

Quondam 2, 2017/18
Lucinda Cobley

Quondam 2, 2017/18

casein on Hakuho/Arnhem paper, acrylic on polyester film

14 x 11 in

Quondam 4, 2017/18
Lucinda Cobley

Quondam 4, 2017/18

casein on Hakuho/Arnhem paper, acrylic on polyester film

14 x 11 in

Quondam 5, 2017/18
Lucinda Cobley

Quondam 5, 2017/18

casein on Hakuho/Arnhem paper, acrylic on polyester film

14 x 11 in

Quondam 6, 2017/18
Lucinda Cobley

Quondam 6, 2017/18

casein on Hakuho/Arnhem paper, acrylic on polyester film

14 x 11 in

Quondam 7, 2017/18
Lucinda Cobley

Quondam 7, 2017/18

casein on Hakuho/Arnhem paper, acrylic on polyester film

14 x 11 in

Quondam 8, 2017/18
Lucinda Cobley

Quondam 8, 2017/18

casein on Hakuho/Arnhem paper, acrylic on polyester film

14 x 11 in

Quondam 9, 2017/18
Lucinda Cobley

Quondam 9, 2017/18

casein on Hakuho/Arnhem paper, acrylic on polyester film

14 x 11 in

Interlude 2, 2016
Lucinda Cobley

Interlude 2, 2016

acrylic and pigments on polyester film

17 x 14 in

Sensing Lines 5, 2014
Lucinda Cobley

Sensing Lines 5, 2014

acrylic and pigments on 3 acrylic panels with acrylic mirror

8.25 x 12.25 in

Sensing Lines 2, 2014
Lucinda Cobley

Sensing Lines 2, 2014

acrylic and pigments on 3 acrylic panels with acrylic mirror

8.25 x 12.25 in

Sensing Lines 8, 2014
Lucinda Cobley

Sensing Lines 8, 2014

acrylic and pigments on 3 acrylic panels with acrylic mirror

8.25 x 12.25 in

Relay 1, 2018
Lucinda Cobley

Relay 1, 2018

casein on Hakuho paper with acrylic on polyester film

12 x 9 in

Hyphen Seriatim 1, 2018
Lucinda Cobley

Hyphen Seriatim 1, 2018

casein on Hakuho paper with acrylic on polyester film

12 x 9 in

Hyphen Seriatim 2, 2018
Lucinda Cobley

Hyphen Seriatim 2, 2018

casein on Hakuho paper with acrylic on polyester film

12 x 9 in

Hyphen Seriatim 3, 2018
Lucinda Cobley

Hyphen Seriatim 3, 2018

casein on Hakuho paper with acrylic on polyester film

12 x 9 in

Hyphen Seriatim 4, 2018
Lucinda Cobley

Hyphen Seriatim 4, 2018

casein on Hakuho paper with acrylic on polyester film

12 x 9 in

Intervals 12, 2018
Lucinda Cobley

Intervals 12, 2018

monoprint on polyester film

50 x 40 in

Intervals 13, 2018
Lucinda Cobley

Intervals 13, 2018

monoprint on polyester film

50 x 40 in

Revelation 1, 2015
Lucinda Cobley

Revelation 1, 2015

oil and pigments on etched glass with mirror

20.25 x 16 x 1.50 in

Neverending Maiden (1/6), 2018
Begoña López

Neverending Maiden (1/6), 2018

video, with music and sound by Victor Melton, length 1:39

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