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Marjorie Strider, 10 Years, 1970 – 1980

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Marjorie Strider, 10 Years, 1970 – 1980

June 12 – July 27

 

Twenty sculptures and 17 drawings by this Oklahoma born artists will be on display in the Lower Gallery. Her painted sculptures in the form of wall-reliefs and free-standing pieces are made with fiberglass, Styrofoam, masonite, china, cast aluminum, wood, urethane foam and bronze. Created during the 1970’s, a time of wide expansion in the formats and forms in art, these works represent Strider’s personal development as an artist during this decade. Exhibited widely, Strider’s work emphasizes contradictions in both uses of materials and meaning. Similar to Pop artists, Strider deals with deception of representation eat is equally concerned with emotional content.

Sculpture

1. Teapot, 1970. China and urethane foam, actual size.

2. Whisk Brooms, 1971. Painted bronze, 1 x 1 x 1’ @ (4 pieces), edition of 7. Collection of Berta Walker.

3. Brooms, 1972. Styrofoam, epoxy, paint, lead weights, 4 x 2 x 3’ @ (3 pieces), 4 x 1 x 3’ (1 piece)

4. Centaurs in Contact with the Lapiths, 1972. Painted masonite and urethane foam, 7 x 5 x 3’.

5. Head of a Woman from Tiryns, 1972. Masonite, urethane foam, epoxy, paint, 6 x 5 x 1’. Collection of Martin Meltzer.

6. Heraklion, 1972. Acrylic paint on masonite and foam, 6 x 5 x1’. Collection of Berta Walker.

7. Parcel, 1972. Styrofoam, polyester paint, urethane foam, 20 x 20 x11”.

8. Alphabet Soup, 1973. Styrofoam, epoxy, oil paint on masonite.  57 x 44 x 20”.

9. Charcoal Bag, 1973. Epoxy-fiberglass and oil paint, 5 x 4 x 1’.

10. Plaster Bag II, 1973. Styrofoam, epoxy, paint on masonite, 3 x 2 x 2’.

11. Soda Box, 1973.Masonite, urethane foam, epoxy, paint, 5 x 4 x 1’.

12. Books, 1974. Styrofoam, epoxy, paint and urethane foam, 29 x 40 x 72”.

13. Large Berries, 1977. Fiberglass and oil paint, 6 x 5 x 4’. Collection of Berta Walker’.

14. Peel Three, 1977. Painted cast aluminum, 2 ½ x 1 x 1’.

15. Peel Four, 1977. Painted cast aluminum, 1 ½ x 1 x 1’.

16. Peel Six, 1977. Painted bronze, 9 x 6 x 5”.

17. Doorway, 1979. Wood, plaster and paint, 14 x 12 x 3”. Collection of Nijoli Kudirka.

18. Sliced, 1979. Painted Bronze, multiple-edition of 50, 12 x 6 x 3”.

19. Strawberries and Cream, 1979. Painted plaster and aluminum pan, 2 ½ x 9”.

20. Arizona, 1980. Painted bronze and aluminum, 45 x 32 x 20”.

21. Hawaii II, 1980. Painted bronze and aluminum, 47 x 14 x 12”

 

Drawing, Prints, Maquettes

22. Blueprint, 1971. Pencil on blueprint, 32 x 32”.

23. Door, 1971. Pencil and gouache, 16 x 15”.

24. Relief of a Horseman, 1972. Pencil and gouache, 40 x 30”.

25. Marble Relief, 1972. Pencil and gouache, 40 x 30”.

26. Nestle’s Box, 1973. Hand colored lithograph, edition of 30, 22 x 28”.

27. Purse, 1973. Oil on gesso, 25 x 23”.

28. Cement Bag, 1974. Gouache and pencil, 15 x 30”.

29. Double Orange, 1974. Gouache on board, 30 x 15”.

30. Peel II, 1974. Pencil on board, 30 x 15”.

31. Quartered, 1975. Gouache, 28 x 21”.

32. Quartered, 1975. Pencil, 19 x 12”.

33. Sliced, 1975. Gouache, 18 x 21”.

34. Spilled Berries, 1974. Pencil on board, 29 x 22”.

35. Arizona, 1980. Watercolor, 24 x 20”.

36. Garden, 1980. Watercolor and gouache, 26 x 34”.

37. Home of the Brave, 1982. Hand painted cast paper relief lithograph with glitter, edition of 150, 22 x 30 x ¾”.

38. The Big O, 1982. Watercolor, 30 x 24”.

39. Florida, 1982. Watercolor and paper maquette on wall board, 19 x 24 x 6”.

40. South Carolina, 1982. Maquette on wall board, 24 x 19 x 6”.

41. Oklahoma, 1980. Dyes on silk, 49 x 24”.

 

Flags

42. – 55. Flags, 1982. Dyes on silk, 36 x 36".