Erica Licea-Kane: Small Works

May 30-July 1, 2018
Opening Reception: Friday, June 1, 2018, 5:00-8:00 pm

  • Erica Licea-Kane

    The Blues and Greens, extruded pigment medium, 12 x 16 x .5 inches, 2017.

    The Blues and Greens
  • Erica Licea-Kane

    The Blues and Greens (detail), extruded pigment medium, 12 x 16 x .5 inches, 2017.

    The Blues and Greens (detail)
  • Erica Licea-Kane

    Window, extruded pigment medium, 12 x 14 x .5 inches, 2017-18.

    Window
  • Erica Licea-Kane

    Window (detail), extruded pigment medium, 12 x 14 x .5 inches, 2017-18.

    Window (detail)
  • Erica Licea-Kane

    Seeing Red, extruded pigment medium, 13 x 16.5 x .5 inches, 2017-18.

    Seeing Red
  • Erica Licea-Kane

    Seeing Red (detail), extruded pigment medium, 13 x 16.5 x .5 inches, 2017-18.

    Seeing Red (detail)
  • Erica Licea-Kane

    Grid #1, pen and burning on paper, 9 x 9 inches, 2018.

    Grid #1
  • Erica Licea-Kane

    Grid #2, pen and burning on paper, 9 x 9 inches, 2018.

    Grid #2
  • Erica Licea-Kane

    Grid #3, pen and burning on paper, 9 x 9 inches, 2018.

    Grid #3

Press Release
Artist Page
Erica Licea-Kane: Recipient of 2018 Mass Cultural Council Artist Fellowship Grant for Painting
"Explorations in Color, Place and Motion." Kingston Blog, June 7, 2018.

Artist Statement

These works are a continuation of the work that I produced for my July 2017 exhibition, Over and Over. Once again I have incorporated shaped works with layers of extruded imagery. Each work, including the drawings, started with grid based beginnings that I slowly shifted or changed allowing the work to end as something else but yet cognizant of where they started. There are small bits, revealed, of the burned patterns that are the underbelly of these pieces.

As a former textile artist I inherently incorporate "woven" surfaces that invite the viewer in to explore the construction of the work. They often read as landscapes or aerial views and reference topographical maps. They speak about time, process, and the textiles that became the common thread in my childhood.



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