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Artist-In-Residence: Stephen Westfall

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Argus, 2015 130 ½ X 305” © Courtesy of the artist and Lennon, Weinberg Inc.
Artist-In-Residence: Stephen Westfall

University of California
Santa Barbara, CA 93106-7130
September 12th, 2015 - December 6th, 2015
Opening: September 25th, 2015 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM

QUICK FACTS
WEBSITE:  
http://www.museum.ucsb.edu
NEIGHBORHOOD:  
santa barbara
EMAIL:  
brobertson@arthistory.ucsb.edu
PHONE:  
805.893.2951
OPEN HOURS:  
Wednesday–Sunday noon–5 pm

DESCRIPTION

New York-based artist, Stephen Westfall, is the Museum’s 2015 Artist-in-Residence. Westfall has been commissioned to execute a wall painting in the Museum’s soaring Nachman Gallery.  Spanning all four walls of the gallery, Westfall’s massive painting will include a series of multicolored diamonds, clustered together and floating individually. His composition takes into account the fluctuations between figure and ground; the color palette of signs; and painterly influences including, Picasso’s harlequins, Matisse’s dancing figures and Renaissance paintings.

As artist-in-residence at UCSB, Westfall will install his painting September 12-25, 2015 along with the assistance of 5 undergraduate art students. The installation will be open to the public, allowing visitors to learn more about the work and process directly from the artists.  The completed installation will open on September 25, 2015 with a reception and remain on view through May 2016.

This exhibition is part of the AD&A Museum’s ongoing “Artist-in-Residence” series which invites artists to make new work in direct relation to the Museum, campus and region, and to engage students in production, installation, and/or programming.

Installation open to the public: September 12-25, 2015

Come observe the Artist at work! 

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