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Meredith Pardue
Migration #50

Mixed Medium
44x40cm

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In this painting titled "Migration #50", American artist Meredith Pardue uses her abstract language to express her feelings and thoughts on delicate subjects such as migration. This painting can be divided in two parts: the lower right part where dark signs and forms of brown, black, and grey are gathered numerously, and the upper left part of brighter and lighter colors, with a distinct vivid yellow form. One can feel a sense of movement that the artist calls migration, where the darkened and somber elements, attracted by the joyful colors of the upper canvas, start their journey to meet the light. This movement is natural, ultimately universal, and can be found in human nature in their movement from one place to another, like immigrants seeking for a better and brighter future.

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  • +Artist Bio

    Meredith Pardue was born in Monroe, Louisiana in 1975. An abstract artist, Pardue earned her MFA. from Parsons School of Design in New York and a BFA. from the Savannah College of Art and Design. She currently lives and work in Austin, TX. Her work has been exhibited and collected worldwide, published in Architectural Digest, Dwell, New American Paintings and Austin Monthly Home. Her work is included in the corporate collections of J. Crew Corporate Headquarters, Genstar Capital, The Michael and Susan Dell Foundation, Oceania Cruise Lines, Scott and White Children's Hospital and the Savannah College of Art and Design. She combines the random action of painting with controlled, deliberate mark-making to describe each form in her work, which often appears plant-like in structure. The canvases are composed of organic forms that are similar to and possibly even derivative of those found in nature. But ultimately, the paintings are a visual record of an unplanned dialogue between herself and a blank canvas. Together, the marks and forms create a visual language that reads as something unique to each viewer.

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  • +Exhibitions

    2013 
    TBD: Bryant Street Gallery, Palo Alto, CA
    TBD: Laura Rathe Fine Art, Houston, TX

    2012 
    Terrain: Jean-Marc Fray, Austin, TX
    Intuitions: Meredith Pardue + Andrea Shapiro, KathrynMarkel Fine Art, Bridgehampton, NY
    Native: Ann Connelly Fine Art, Baton Rouge, LA
    Sojourns: Part II: Smink, Dallas, TX
    Sojourns: Part I: Laura Rathe Fine Art, Houston, TX

    2011 
    Isis: K Imperial Fine Art, San Francisco, CA
    Visible Spectrum: Pryor Fine Art, Atlanta, GA
    Super Flow: Laura Rathe Fine Art, Houston, TX
    Translucent Vision: with Allison Stewart, Jules' Place,Boston, MA

    2010 
    Revolutions: Jean-Marc Fray, Austin, TX
    Pages: A True Story by Meredith Pardue: Judith CostelloGallery, Hilton Head Island, SC
    Decade: Jean-Marc Fray, Austin, TX

    2009 
    Unbound: Seven Parts of a Rainstorm, Jean-Marc Fray,Austin, TX
    Rogue Spaces: Ann Connelly Fine Art, Meredith Pardue +David Humphries, Baton Rouge, LA
    Figment: Steven Daluz + Meredith Pardue, Laura RatheFine Art, Houston ,TX
    Sea Change: Bryant Street Gallery, Palo Alto, CA
    All for 1: Lounge Art, Jackson, MS

    2008 
    LA Lush: Arender Gallery, Monroe, LA

    2006
    Fossil Portraits: Jenkins Connelly Gallery, NewOrleans, LA
    Strange Ground: Ann Connelly Fine Art, Baton Rouge, LA

    2004 
    New Paintings: Ann Connelly Fine Art, Baton Rouge, LA

    2003 
    Selections from the Blackwater: with Emily WoodingSartor, Brunner Gallery, Covington, LA

    2002 
    Selections from the Blackwater: Hilton Head, SC

    2001 
    Generation 3: Hashai Series, Starland Dairy, Savannah,GA
    Reunion: Levee Gallery, Monroe, LA

    2000 
    Bygone Slips: La Muse, Portland, OR
    barefoot: Alias Gallery, Portland, OR

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