Kara Joslyn featured in PROCESS at UNLV

I am pleased to announce that Kara Joslyn is among the ten MMFA artists will be featured in the exhibition titled PROCESS curated by Matthew Gardocki at the Barrick Museum at the University of Nevada Las Vegas which opens January 20 and continues through May 13, 2017. The Opening Reception is this Friday on January 27, 2017 (from 5-8pm).

This exhibition will also include works by: Julie Oppermann; Christopher Duncan; John Bauer; Lester Monzon; Kim Rugg; Ryan Wallace; Heidi Schwegler; Meghan Smythe; Christopher Russell, along with Kara Joslyn.

Up the Coven! (Witch), 2016
acrylic and polymer car paint on panel; 72 x 60 inches

Each of the artist’s process of creation is brought to the forefront in the exhibition. While some of the work seems very immediate visually the artists process is actually quite extensive in getting to the final image. Highlighted are the artist’s use of materials including the sun and time to create abstractions while others use computers and man made materials.

While the exhibition opens to the public this Friday, you can download a complete PDF list of available works in PROCESS at UNLV by clicking here.

Toucan, 2016
acrylic and polymer car paint on panel; 72 x 60 inches


The gallery is also pleased to announce the acquisition by Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego of Kara Joslyn’s major work, Toucan (2016).

For more information on this work please contact: mark@markmooregallery.com

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