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Forthcoming Exhibitions - Deborah Martin Gallery

ASHLEY HAGEN AND HOWARD SETH MILLER: REFLECTIONS OF INNOCENCE

November 12- December 5, 2009

Artist Reception
Saturday, November 14th 6-10pm

Ashley Hagen-

Within each of Hagen’s deliberate and romantic meditations linger the traces of a lustrous, dark enigma – an atmospheric effect concurrently brooding and joyous in its intensity.

Hagen’s paintings offer a captivating, resplendent mirage in which dense abstraction of shape and texture seem to distill themselves over time, inexorably coalescing into tangible, half-glimpsed form – rabbits, spaceships, hopscotch charts.

Her romantic, lustrous colors of chartreuse, charcoal, lavender and cherry evoke the mysterious delights of an Edwardian children’s candy counter as well as the phosphorescent bottles of Belle Epoque aperitif liqueurs.

Born in Iowa, Ashley Hagen currently lives and works in Los Angeles, CA. Hagen received her BFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. She has studied in Florence, Italy, and Vienna, Austria. Her work has exhibited in galleries in Iowa, Chicago, Vienna, and throughout Southern California.

Howard Seth Miller-

Howard Seth Miller gazes at youth through the milky cataract of age and cultivation, creating opalescent images of childhood. Light reveals often disturbing ambiguities of character, as shadow conceals an impending loss of naiveté. Baseball cards and blackboards and chain link schoolyards provide a charmingly stilted cinematic backdrop for Miller’s haunted iconography of childhood.

Miller was born in New York City, 1954. He received his BS from Empire State College (SUNY) and his MFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Howard's work has been exhibited in museums and galleries throughout NY, Chicago, Arizona and the University Art Museum at UC Berkeley.







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