September 6 - 29, 2019
From Montana to Martha’s Vineyard to the gulf coast to the Arizona desert, Charleston artist Marissa Vogl spent her summer rambling through the nation. Her upcoming solo exhibition, Wild Seed, presents a collection of paintings that capture her travel fever; they come from a place of giddiness and nervousness and restlessness and serenity.
“Sometimes, an artist needs freedom to just paint,” Vogl says. “To explore and sling paint without intent of sales, show themes, subject matter. To explore whatever comes out of our hands at that very moment and sparks joy that day. This is exactly that: freedom to explore.”
For Wild Seed, Vogl has painted both abstractly and representationally, her work inspired by her wanderlust and things that caught her eye along the way.
An opening reception will be held on Friday, September 6, from 5 to 8pm, with Vogl in attendance. The exhibit runs from September 6 to 29.