March 2 - April 7, 2012
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Bryan Miller Gallery is pleased to present Slow Release, a group exhibition including artists Scott Everingham, Alexis Granwell and Ken Millington.
Each artist in the exhibition explores the visual ambiguity or overlap between natural landscape and the constructed. In Scott Everingham's oil paintings, primitive-seeming structures are built stroke by stroke and float in a soupy, gradient ether. Alexis Granwell's etchings evoke both topographic details from other-worldly landscapes and diagrams of ancient structures. Ken Millington's watercolors suggest slowly eroding landscape, perhaps modified by some human activity or endeavor.
Scott Everingham received his MFA from The University of Waterloo in 2009. He has exhibited primarily in Canada and Europe with several US exhibitions including a group show at UT San Antonio in 2008. Everingham is represented by Patrick Mikhael Gallery, Ottawa and Galerie Trois Points, Montréal and is a recent recipient of Project Grant from the Canada Council for the Arts. He lives and works in Toronto.
Alexis Granwell received her MFA at the University of Pennsylvania (2007). Her work has been exhibited at The Europos Parkas Museum, Vilinius, Lithuania, The Delaware Center for Contemporary Art, Wilmington, The Print Center, Ontario, The Arlington Center for the Arts, Arlington, VA and Lawndale Art Center, Houston. Granwell lives and works in Philadelphia and is represented by Bryan Miller Gallery, Houston.
Ken Millington received his MFA from The School of Visual Arts in NYC (2005). He received a Fulbright Fellowship (1997) to travel to Bolivia for watercolor studies under a master watercolorist. He also received and an Elizabeth Greenshields Grant (1999) to further his watercolor studies in the UK. Millington's work was recently included in an exhibition at the Bronx Museum, NY. He lives and works in Brooklyn, NY.