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Ann Matlock: New Works & Marjorie Moore: Remains

18 December, 2008- 24 January, 2009

Ann Matlock
Red Tomato Home, 2008


Marjorie Moore
Amputee, 2008
ink, graphite, and found object on gessoboard
6 x 6 x 4 inches

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Read Robert Faires' moving review of Moore's work in the Austin Chronicle

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d berman gallery presents new work by two Texas women artists responding through their artwork
to different aspects of their environment of the last few years.
Ann Matlock is one of the state’s most accomplished weavers. Her lush and richly colorful new
works are based on watercolors she produced during her recent travels in Europe and also Morocco,
where she taught natural dye workshops to women in Ait Hanza and Sefrou.

Marjorie Moore’s emotional, sculptural work expresses her frustration with living a comfortable
existence in Austin while military action in the middle east disrupts (and sometimes ends) life for
residents of Iraq. In her statement, Moore refers to her materials: “The parts of birds, maimed by
vehicles, or cats, or mishap, I have collected and placed in my studio for some time... I wanted to
make these bones and feathers beautiful again, a kind of reliquary for the loss of flight and freedom...

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