Addison Rowe Gallery gives well-deserved attention to the works of two important 20th century female artists in “From the Transcendental Painting Group to the Taos Moderns: Florence Miller Pierce & Beatrice Mandelman,” which is on display through December 16.
“These artists left a lasting mark on the abstract art scene in New Mexico,” explains the gallery’s director Matthew Madison Rowe. “Mandelman was important because of her indefatigable dedication to art. Her thoughtful and methodical reductive technique resulted in some wonderfully sublime work. Pierce’s work captures light within the simple geometric forms she builds. Her pieces are the closest I can think of to pure form and color (light).” [Read More…]