Leave a Mark: An Abstract Group Show

Four abstract artists — all women; all living in Charleston; all leaving singular marks on Charleston’s art landscape.

Although the artists featured in Meyer Vogl Gallery’s group show, LEAVE A MARK, span four different generations (the youngest being in her early 20s and the oldest being in her early 70s), they all speak through the marks they make on their canvas. They are Laura Deems, Marissa Vogl, Anne Darby Parker, and Susan Altman, and their group exhibition opens August 3.

Garden of a Gypsy, 2018

Marissa Vogl

Garden of a Gypsy, 2018

oil on canvas

60 x 48 in

Life Gave Her Lemons, 2018

Marissa Vogl

Life Gave Her Lemons, 2018

oil on linen

40 x 30 in

Voorjans Mixin Vibes, 2018

Laura Deems

Voorjans Mixin Vibes, 2018

mixed medium on raw canvas

28 x 20 in

Blooming, 2018

Anne Darby Parker

Blooming, 2018

oil on canvas

36 x 36 in

Island Goddess, 2018

Anne Darby Parker

Island Goddess, 2018

oil on canvas

40 x 30 in

Sunflower Trio, 2018

Anne Darby Parker

Sunflower Trio, 2018

oil on canvas

30 x 40 in

Let There Be Light, 2018

Susan Altman

Let There Be Light, 2018

oil on canvas

48 x 60 in

Incognito, 2018

Susan Altman

Incognito, 2018

oil on canvas

24 x 20 in

Jahde, 2018

Marissa Vogl

Jahde, 2018

oil on canvas

48 x 60 in

Snippity Snip Yoko Ono, 2018

Laura Deems

Snippity Snip Yoko Ono, 2018

mixed medium on raw canvas

60 x 36 in

Language Functions, 2018

Laura Deems

Language Functions, 2018

mixed medium on raw canvas

30 x 24 in

Deeply Rooted, 2018

Anne Darby Parker

Deeply Rooted, 2018

oil on canvas

48 x 60 in

Island Transformation, 2018

Anne Darby Parker

Island Transformation, 2018

oil on canvas

20 x 16 in

Figure I, 2018

Anne Darby Parker

Figure I, 2018

oil on canvas

8 x 8 in

Embrace, 2018

Susan Altman

Embrace, 2018

oil on canvas

48 x 60 in

Touching, 2018

Susan Altman

Touching, 2018

oil on canvas

24 x 20 in

Exploring The Thicket, 2018

Marissa Vogl

Exploring The Thicket, 2018

oil on canvas

48 x 36 in

Glossary of Proximity, 2018

Laura Deems

Glossary of Proximity, 2018

mixed medium on raw canvas

48 x 36 in

Garden Queen

Anne Darby Parker

Garden Queen

oil on canvas

40 x 30 in

Growing Towards The Light, 2018

Anne Darby Parker

Growing Towards The Light, 2018

oil on canvas

60 x 48 in

Personal Space, 2018

Anne Darby Parker

Personal Space, 2018

oil on canvas

20 x 16 in

Figure II, 2018

Anne Darby Parker

Figure II, 2018

oil on canvas

8 x 8 in

Playful, 2018

Susan Altman

Playful, 2018

oil on canvas

40 x 40 in

Pleasure, 2018

Susan Altman

Pleasure, 2018

oil on canvas

20 x 24 in

Feeling Alright, 2018

Marissa Vogl

Feeling Alright, 2018

oil on linen

30 x 30 in

Vogh Dabbles Geometric Rhythm, 2018

Laura Deems

Vogh Dabbles Geometric Rhythm, 2018

mixed medium on raw canvas

40 x 30 in

Bloomed, 2018

Anne Darby Parker

Bloomed, 2018

oil on canvas

36 x 36 in

Everything's Connected, 2018

Anne Darby Parker

Everything's Connected, 2018

oil on canvas

40 x 30 in

Keep Moving, 2018

Anne Darby Parker

Keep Moving, 2018

oil on canvas

20 x 16 in

Figure III, 2018

Anne Darby Parker

Figure III, 2018

oil on canvas

8 x 8 in

Luscious, 2018

Susan Altman

Luscious, 2018

oil on canvas

60 x 48 in

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Leave a Mark: An Abstract Group Show
Four abstract artists — all women; all living in Charleston; all leaving singular marks on Charleston’s art landscape. Although the artists featured in Meyer Vogl Gallery’s group show, LEAVE A MARK, span four different generations (the youngest being in her early 20s and the oldest being in her early 70s), they all speak through the marks they make on their canvas. They are Laura Deems, Marissa Vogl, Anne Darby Parker, and Susan Altman, and their group exhibition opens August 3.
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Meyer Vogl Gallery
Charleston
South Carolina
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