HADLEY HOLLIDAY: Huffington Post

Hadley Holliday - Sun Vault

Hadley Holliday is featured in the Arts section of The Huffington Post,.

“Hadley Holliday’s works are heavy on the eyes, yet the borders and lines are crafted with youthful indulgence. While her new series at Taylor De Cordoba in LA is undeniably complex from a painter’s point of view, the overall impression of the work is effortless — as though the acrylic patterns were found in situ.”

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In the Back Room: Hadley Holliday

Gallery visitors always want to know what we’re hiding in the “back room”. Here’s a sneak peek…

Gestalt, acrylic on canvas, 78″x48″

Longshot, acrylic on canvas, 78″x48″

Sea of Joy, acrylic on canvas, 78″x54″

Wallflower, acrylic on canvas, 78″x 48″

HADLEY HOLLIDAY: Coagula Art Journal

Coagula Art Journal

Art critic Mat Gleason reviews the exhibitions on display in the Culver City Arts District, including Hadley Holliday’s exhibition “Warp and Weft” on the Youtube channel for the Coagula Art Journal, calling them “excellent, mind-blowing abstractions.”

 

HADLEY HOLLIDAY: Refinery 29

Hadley Holliday - Blissed-Out | 2011 | acrylic on canvas | 60" x 54"

Lilian Min previews Hadley Holliday’s exhibition “Warp and Weft” on Refinery 29.

When we hear the term “weaving,” we tend to think in terms of mats or baskets — not wall-hangings. But that’s the exactly what CalArts-trained L.A. artist Hadley Holliday’s intricately patterned acrylic paintings are. Woven. Sort of.

Each one builds on the idea of interlocking shapes and forms, and the end product is a serious sight to behold. Holliday’s handcrafted creations take one general color and, in a series of sculpted ripples, create abstract, fluid forms that force the viewer to confront positive and negative space, busy movement, serene reflection, mythical origins, and modern creation.

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Opening February 25: Hadley Holliday: Warp and Weft

 

 

HADLEY HOLLIDAY: Warp and Weft

February 25 – April 7, 2012

 

Taylor De Cordoba is proud to present Warp and Weft, a series of abstract paintings by Los Angeles-based artist Hadley Holliday. The exhibition will run from February 25 – April 7, 2012, with an opening reception for the artist on Saturday, February 25 from 6 – 8PM.

For more information, please visit our website.

TAYLOR DE CORDOBA
2660 S LA CIENEGA BLVD
LOS ANGELES, CA 90034
310.559.9156

info@taylordecordoba.com

image: Hadley Holliday – Blissed-Out, 2011 – 66″ x 60″ – acrylic on canvas

 

KIMBERLY BROOKS: The Art Economist

Kimberly Brooks is the subject of Bruce Helander’s article “Artists To Watch” in the latest issue of The Art Economist.

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JEN PACK: Deconstructing and Reconstruction Identity

Jen Pack | scrap 1, 2010 | chiffon, thread, wood | 31.25" x 19" x 3.5"

Jen Pack’s mixed media pieces made from chiffon, thread, and wood use a deconstructed and reconstructed medium to create a dialogue between the viewer and art.

Jen Pack | green bikini, 2008 | chiffon, thread, wood | 10.75" x 32.5" x 3.5"

Her work, though built from the same materials, takes on a transformative air in the final products’ drastically different forms and functions.

Jen Pack | (k)not entangled, 2008 | Chiffon, thread, wood | 9.25" x 33.5" x 3.5"

She explores themes of displacement and the eternal struggle that comes from deconstructing and reconstructing one’s identity.

Jen Pack | scrap 2, 2010 | chiffon, thread, wood | 26.75" x 20.5" x 3.5"

Her work was recently shown in our group exhibition, Recrafting History.

KIMBERLY BROOKS: Group Show

Kimberly Brooks debuts three new paintings in Coming Together, a pop-up group painting exhibition curated by Sonny Ruscha Bjornson and Laura Grover. Opens February 3 at Fabien Fryns Fine Art. On view through February 18, 2012.

DANIELLE NELSON MOURNING: B&W+COLOR

Danielle Nelson Mourning featured in B&W+COLOR magazine, March 2012.

DANIELLE NELSON MOURNING: Metropolitan Home

Photographs by Danielle Nelson Mourning featured in Metropolitan Home.

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