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2009 Exhibition: Read about her in the blogs!
"Northwest artist Margie Livingston has long been admired for her paintings of objects from the natural world. But in "Riff: New Paintings" she proves she's a sculptor as well - albeit a sculptor of paint.
"Yes, Livingston's wearing her debts on her sleeve in these new works, but let's see where she's going."
"She uses it to dissect her representations, to pool her resources and to chart a lyrical course through light, space, form and time."
"Call them painting sculptures, sculptural paintings, paint installations...call them what you will, they are delightful and interesting to look at, which is no easy thing. Check it out."
"And what began as a happy accident (as much great art does), has now been developed into a really interesting new body of 3-D work."
Jen Graves interviews Margie Livingston
Go to: The Stranger's Pod Cast to hear the interview
March 15, 2007
Stefano Catalani. 2003. The Last Judgment Project. Exhibition catalog. Bumbershoot, Seattle, WA.
The Berlin Work. Lecture at Bellevue Community College, Bellevue, WA, April 15, 2002.
Drake Deknatel. 2002. It?s a Mad, Mad World. Art Access, April, p. 12.
Artifacts, 2001. Alumni SPOTLIGHT Who are you? Margie Livingston?. Autumn, p. 3.
Nancy Worssam. 2001. Fulbright Program sends Margie Livingston to Germany.
Queen Anne News, 11 July The Columbian. 2001. Artist receives Fulbright, 2 July
Drake Deknatel. 2001. Summer Dispersions. Art Access, July/August, p. 19.
The Daily. 2001. Graduate named Fulbright Scholar. 20 June, p. 2.
Edmonds Enterprise. 2000. SCC Gallery hosts 'Homeland' exhibit. 16 February, p. 31.
Alvin Lai. 1999. QA artist draws inspiration from local landscape. Queen Anne News, 26 May, p. 3.
Tom McTaggart. 1997. Easel does it. Eastside Week, 9 July, p. 25.
Scott Lawrimore. 1997. Truth, Parity and Progress. Art Access, April, p. 9.