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Jennifer Joseph is a multidisciplinary artist whose work investigates themes of order, chaos, light and color, and is realized in paintings and sculptural installations.  Joseph generates systems to allow visual chaos and chance to emerge, thus creating work that begins to mimic nature. Her paintings are more ordered. Deconstructing the act of painting, one eventually realizes paintings are made by individual brush strokes to create a cohesive visual experience. Her painting process involves the repetitive act of laying down one brush stroke at a time, side by side, so that the act of painting becomes self-evident. The repetitive action creates a rhythm that culminates in a meditative state—each painting is an offering of mindfulness.  Generally, her work involves repetition of one thing many thousands of times to create a complex visual situation from a very simple one. 

 

Jennifer’s work is in several prominent private and corporate collections and is in the permanent collection of the New Mexico Museum of Art and in the collection of the State of New Mexico.  Jennifer received a BFA from Moore College of Art and Design in Philadelphia in 1991, and subsequently spent 25 years working and exhibiting in Santa Fe, NM. She is currently based in Los Angeles, CA.

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Jennifer Joseph Description

Jennifer Joseph is a multidisciplinary artist whose work investigates themes of order, chaos, light and color, and is realized in paintings and sculptural installations.  Joseph generates systems to allow visual chaos and chance to emerge, thus creating work that begins to mimic nature. Her paintings are more ordered. Deconstructing the act of painting, one eventually realizes paintings are made by individual brush strokes to create a cohesive visual experience. Her painting process involves the repetitive act of laying down one brush stroke at a time, side by side, so that the act of painting becomes self-evident. The repetitive action creates a rhythm that culminates in a meditative state—each painting is an offering of mindfulness.  Generally, her work involves repetition of one thing many thousands of times to create a complex visual situation from a very simple one. 

 

Jennifer’s work is in several prominent private and corporate collections and is in the permanent collection of the New Mexico Museum of Art and in the collection of the State of New Mexico.  Jennifer received a BFA from Moore College of Art and Design in Philadelphia in 1991, and subsequently spent 25 years working and exhibiting in Santa Fe, NM. She is currently based in Los Angeles, CA.

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Exhibitions

2017

Beauty is the Antidote, Electric Pony Studios, Los Angeles, CA

Bedroom Paintings, David Richard Gallery, Santa Fe, NM

 

2016

Womens’ Work, David Richard Gallery, Santa Fe, NM

 

2015

Axle Indoors, Peters Projects, Santa Fe, NM

Keep it Light, OffRoad Productions, Santa Fe, NM

 

2014

Leftovers,  Philspace, Santa Fe, NM

Economologies, Axle Contemporary, Santa Fe, NM

 

2013

Landing, Site Specific Installation for Creative Santa Fe, Santa Fe, NM

Systematic Devotion, Crane Arts, Philadelphia, PA

Cumulous Skies, Santa Fe Community Gallery, Santa Fe, NM

 

2012

Forget Your Perfect Offering, Center for Contemporary Arts, Santa Fe, NM

It’s About Time: 14,000 Years of New Mexico Art History, New Mexico Museum of Art, Santa Fe, NM

Color Rx, Turner Carroll Gallery, Santa Fe, NM

 

2011

Peaking the Edge, PLUS Gallery, Denver, CO

 

2010

Case Studies from the Bureau of Contemporary Art, New Mexico Museum of Art, Santa Fe, NM

Appropriate Associations, Margaret Thatcher Projects, New York, NY

The Rapture Project, Launchprojects, Santa Fe, NM

Site UnSeen 6, SITE Santa Fe, Santa Fe, NM

Contemporary Masters, Salt Lake Art Center, Salt Lake City, UT

 

2009

Wonder Salon, Linda Durham Contemporary Art, Santa Fe, NM

Glow, Richard Levy Gallery, ABQ, NM

Cutting Edge, Zane Bennett Contemporary, Santa Fe, NM

On Paper, William Shearburn Gallery, Santa Fe, NM

 

2008                                                                               

Dangerous to Wear, Cruz Gallery, Santa Fe, NM

Spectra, Salon MarGraff, Santa Fe, NM

Art on the Edge, New Mexico Museum of Art, Santa Fe, NM

 

2007

Snowglobe Show, Cruz Gallery, Santa Fe, NM

NM10: Dispersion, Cinemaland, Los Angeles, CA

Loosely Joined, 516 Arts, ABQ, NM

Altered Perceptions, Victoria Price Art and Design, Santa Fe, NM

Camp, Santa Fe National Forest, Santa Fe, NM

 

2006

Constellation,  New Mexico Museum of Art, Santa Fe, NM

Lost and Found, Patina Gallery, Santa Fe, NM

Scenic Overlook, Center for Contemporary Arts, Santa Fe, NM

Cozy, Cruz Gallery, Santa Fe, NM

Site UnSeen 4, SITE Santa Fe, Santa Fe, NM        

Art and Infinity,  Santa Fe Community College, Santa Fe, NM

 

2005

Cluster Nebula, Studio SITE Santa Fe, Santa Fe, NM

Twitch, College of Santa Fe Gallery, Santa Fe, NM

Insight Out, Center for Contemporary Art, Santa Fe, NM

Collect, Center for Contemporary Art, Santa Fe, NM

SITE Unseen III, James Kelly Contemporary, Santa Fe, NM

Selected Paintings, Moore College of Art & Design, Philadelphia, PA

 

2003       

Duct and Cover, Santa Fe Art Institute, Santa Fe, NM

Peace Show, Center for Contemporary Art, Santa Fe, NM

Installation, Evo Gallery, Santa Fe, NM

Pyro, Evo Gallery, Santa Fe, NM

Editions, Evo Gallery, Santa Fe, NM

 

2000

Houseguests, Linda Durham Contemporary, Galisteo, NM

 

1999

Forest, Gallery Aoyama, Tokyo

Site Unseen, James Kelly Contemporary, Santa Fe, NM

 

1998

Flexible Structure, Gallery Aoyama, Tokyo

Flexible Structure, The Bank Gallery, Atlanta, GA

Selected Paintings, Megan Fox, Santa Fe, NM

Pattern, Elizabeth Leach Gallery, Portland, OR

 

1997

The Reflected Spirit, Megan Fox, Santa Fe, NM

 

Curatorial

2016

Women’s Work, David Richard Gallery, Santa Fe, NM

 

2014 to present

Santa Fe Collective, Santa Fe, NM

 

2013

Blue, Off Road Productions, Santa Fe, NM

 

2009                                                             

Boys and Their Toys, Salon Margraff, Santa Fe, NM

 

Selected Collections

Acsys

Bobrow and Assoc.

Dr. Luther Brady

Cyndi Conn

Leslie and Richardson Dilworth

Bobbie Foshay

Megan Fox Kelly

Elizabeth Glassman

Laura Steward & Luis Bettencourt

Hallmark Corporation

Cindy Miscikowski

Victoria Price

PYO Gallery

Richard & Enika Schulze

Suki Shepherd

Swiss RE

 

Selected Publications

3D Art/Techné

Albuquerque Journal

Art in America

Artnews

Artpapers                                                                                        

Bloc-Busta

El Palacio

Santa Fean

Santa Fe New Mexican

THE Magazine

Trend Magazine

 

Awards

2015

New Mexico Art in Public Places purchase award

 

2013                                                             

New Mexico Art in Public Places purchase award

 

2009                                                             

New Mexico Art in Public Places purchase award

 

 

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