Archive of Author | Maureen McQuillan

Maureen McQuillan is an artist based in New York and has been exhibiting her work for two decades, both in the U.S. and internationally, including eight solo shows (New York, Baltimore, San Francisco and Paris).  Her most recent solo show was entitled “Process Color” in 2015 at McKenzie Fine Art in NYC. Group exhibitions include: The Weatherspoon Art Museum, Greensboro, NC; The Contemporary Museum, Baltimore, Maryland; The Drawing Center, NY; The Islip Art Museum, NY; Herter Gallery, UMass Amherst; The College of New Rochelle, NY; the John Michael Kohler Arts Center, Wisconsin; and LeVOG Contemporary Arts Center, Fontaine and The College of Art and Design, Grenoble, France among many others. McQuillan’s work has been mentioned and reproduced in The New York Times, Newsday, The Boston Globe, TimeOut, The San Francisco Chronicle, San Francisco Examiner, ARTnews, Architectural Digest and Art on Paper, and her work is held in private and public collections all over the world.  Maureen McQuillan is represented by McKenzie Fine Art in New York.

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Articles with Maureen McQuillan


Drawing Color

Artist, Maureen McQuillan, explores aspects of growth and unpredictability, repetition, replication and imperfection in the process and activity of drawing itself. “Currently, I am making drawings that flout the traditional separation between line and color in Western aesthetics and explore the possibilities inherent in my own incredibly flawed system of color investigation.”

The Infinite Possibilities of Line

Artist, Maureen McQuillan, explores aspects of growth and unpredictability, repetition, replication and imperfection in the process and activity of drawing itself. Her work has often been compared to scientific imagery and encoding but paradoxically results from simple means. As she has stated, “I do not believe it is necessary to sacrifice working by hand in order to reflect my interest in the way technology has shaped, changed and enriched the way we see the world.”