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Transplants

Colby Caldwell, Hannah Cole, Dawn Roe, Molly Sawyer, Ralston Fox Smith, Kirsten Stolle, Workingman Collective

08/04/17

Dawn Roe Mountainfield Study (Tree, Rock and Ice), 2016 Archival Pigment Print 20h x 24w in, Edition of 3. Photography
Dawn Roe
Mountainfield Study (Tree, Rock and Ice), 2016
Archival Pigment Print
20h x 24w in
50.80h x 60.96w cm
DR_005
Edition of 3
Dawn Roe Mountainfield Study (Glacier, Rock and Scrim), 2016 Archival Pigment Print 30h x 40w in. Edition of 3, photography
Dawn Roe
Mountainfield Study (Glacier, Rock and Scrim), 2016
Archival Pigment Print
30h x 40w in
76.20h x 101.60w cm
DR_001
Edition of 3
Dawn Roe Mountainfield Study (Plastic and Salt), 2016 Archival Pigment Print 20h x 24w in, Edition of 3, Photography
Dawn Roe
Mountainfield Study (Plastic and Salt), 2016
Archival Pigment Print
20h x 24w in
50.80h x 60.96w cm
DR_003
Edition of 3
Dawn Roe Mountainfield Study (Tree), 2016 Archival Pigment Print 20h x 24w in, Edition of 3, Photography
Dawn Roe
Mountainfield Study (Tree), 2016
Archival Pigment Print
20h x 24w in
50.80h x 60.96w cm
DR_004
Edition of 3
Dawn Roe Mountainfield Study (Cloth and Mountain), 2015 Archival Pigment Print 30h x 40w in, Edition of 3, Photography
Dawn Roe
Mountainfield Study (Cloth and Mountain), 2015
Archival Pigment Print
30h x 40w in
76.20h x 101.60w cm
DR_002
Edition of 3
Ralston Fox Smith Untitled, 2017 Oil on canvas 36h x 45w in
Ralston Fox Smith
Untitled, 2017
Oil on canvas
36h x 45w in
91.44h x 114.30w cm
RFS_001
Ralston Fox Smith Eye of the Storm, 2016 Oil on linen 16h x 28w in, paintings
Ralston Fox Smith
Eye of the Storm, 2016
Oil on linen
16h x 28w in
40.64h x 71.12w cm
RFS_002
Ralston Fox Smith False God Oil on canvas 26h x 39w in, painting
Ralston Fox Smith
False God
Oil on canvas
26h x 39w in
66.04h x 99.06w cm
RFS_004
Ralston Fox Smith Innocence Oil on linen 28h x 34w in, painting
Ralston Fox Smith
Innocence
Oil on linen
28h x 34w in
71.12h x 86.36w cm
RFS_003
Molly Sawyer Held Adrift Animal fleece, rope, wood, steel pegs Dimensions variable, sculpture
Molly Sawyer
Held Adrift
Animal fleece, rope, wood, steel pegs
Dimensions variable
ms_003
Hannah Cole History Painting #2 (For B.N.), 2009, 20h x 24 3/4w in, Acrylic on canvas, painting
Hannah Cole
History Painting #2 (For B.N.), 2009
Acrylic on canvas
20h x 24 3/4w in
50.80h x 62.87w cm
HC_009
Hannah Cole God is Love, 2011 Oil on canvas 22h x 24w in, painting
Hannah Cole
God is Love, 2011
Oil on canvas
22h x 24w in
55.88h x 60.96w cm
HC_001
Hannah Cole 24 Hrs., 2013 Acrylic on canvas 22h x 24w in, painting
Hannah Cole
24 Hrs., 2013
Acrylic on canvas
22h x 24w in
55.88h x 60.96w cm
HC_006
Hannah Cole History Painting #1 (For B.N.), 2009 Acrylic on canvas 42h x 36w in, painting
Hannah Cole
History Painting #1 (For B.N.), 2009
Acrylic on canvas
42h x 36w in
106.68h x 91.44w cm
HC_007
Hannah Cole Hieroglyph, 2009 Acrylic on canvas 20h x 24w in, painting
Hannah Cole
Hieroglyph, 2009
Acrylic on canvas
20h x 24w in
50.80h x 60.96w cm
HC_008
Colby Caldwell how to survive your own death (244a), 2017 Archival inkjet print mounted on csm 28 1/2h x 19w in. Edition 1/1, Photography
Colby Caldwell
how to survive your own death (244a), 2017
Archival inkjet print mounted on csm
28 1/2h x 19w in
72.39h x 48.26w cm
CC_006
Edition 1/1
Molly Sawyer The Strength of Shadows steel wool, sheep fleece, steel, rust, satin ribbon Dimensions variable, sculpture
Molly Sawyer
The Strength of Shadows
steel wool, sheep fleece, steel, rust, satin ribbon
Dimensions variable
ms_002
Kirsten Stolle Mrs. William Hawthorne 1860/2015 from the series de-identified, 2015 gouache, graphite collage on 19th century engraving 7 1/2h x 5w in, works on paper
Kirsten Stolle
Mrs. William Hawthorne 1860/2015
from the series de-identified, 2015
gouache, graphite collage on 19th century engraving
7 1/2h x 5w in
19.05h x 12.70w cm
KS_015
Colby Caldwell how to survive your own death (321), 2017 Archival inkjet print mounted on csm 55h x 50w in, Edition of 5, Photography
Colby Caldwell
how to survive your own death (321), 2017
Archival inkjet print mounted on csm
55h x 50w in
139.70h x 127w cm
CC_001
Edition 1/5
Colby Caldwell how to survive your own death (444a), 2017 Archival inkjet print mounted on csm 50h x 12w in, Edition of 1, Photography
Colby Caldwell
how to survive your own death (444a), 2017
Archival inkjet print mounted on csm
50h x 12w in
127h x 30.48w cm
CC_002
Edition 1/1
Colby Caldwell mirror, mirrored (15), 2017 Archival inkjet print mounted on csm 55h x 50w in, Edition of 3
Colby Caldwell
mirror, mirrored (15), 2017
Archival inkjet print mounted on csm
55h x 50w in
139.70h x 127w cm
CC_003
Edition 1/3
Colby Caldwell untitled (YELLOW), 2012/17 Archival inkjet print mounted on csm 48h x 35w in, Edition of 5
Colby Caldwell
untitled (YELLOW), 2012/17
Archival inkjet print mounted on csm
48h x 35w in
121.92h x 88.90w cm
CC_004
Edition 2/5
Colby Caldwell untitled (RED), 201617 Archival inkjet print mounted on csm 25h x 23w in, Edition of 5
Colby Caldwell
untitled (RED), 201617
Archival inkjet print mounted on csm
25h x 23w in
63.50h x 58.42w cm
CC_005
Edition 1/5
Kirsten Stolle Miss Lillian Frost 1860/2014 from the series de-identified, 2014 gouache and ink on 19th century engraving 7 1/2h x 5w in, works on paper
Kirsten Stolle
Miss Lillian Frost 1860/2014
from the series de-identified, 2014
gouache and ink on 19th century engraving
7 1/2h x 5w in
19.05h x 12.70w cm
KS_013
Kirsten Stolle Miss Camelia Hall 1860/2015 from the series de-identified, 2015 gouache and collage on 19th century engraving 7 1/2h x 5w in, works on paper
Kirsten Stolle
Miss Camelia Hall 1860/2015
from the series de-identified, 2015
gouache and collage on 19th century engraving
7 1/2h x 5w in
19.05h x 12.70w cm
KS_019
Kirsten Stolle Miss Abigail Parks 1860/2014 from the series de-identiied, 2014 gouache and collage on 19th century engraving 7 1/2h x 5w in, works on paper
Kirsten Stolle
Miss Abigail Parks 1860/2014
from the series de-identiied, 2014
gouache and collage on 19th century engraving
7 1/2h x 5w in
19.05h x 12.70w cm
KS_022
Kirsten Stolle Mrs. Edgar Cahill 1860/2014 from the series de-identified, 2014 gouache and collage on 19th century engraving 7 1/2h x 5w in, works on paper
Kirsten Stolle
Mrs. Edgar Cahill 1860/2014
from the series de-identified, 2014
gouache and collage on 19th century engraving
7 1/2h x 5w in
19.05h x 12.70w cm
KS_016
Kirsten Stolle Mrs. Joseph Davis 1860/2014 from the series de-identified, 2014 gouache and ink on 19th century engraving 7h x 5w in, works on paper
Kirsten Stolle
Mrs. Joseph Davis 1860/2014
from the series de-identified, 2014
gouache and ink on 19th century engraving
7h x 5w in
17.78h x 12.70w cm
KS_020
Kirsten Stolle Mrs. Tobias Wilson 1860/2015 from the series de-identified, 2015 gouache, ink, and collage on 19th century engraving 7 1/2h x 5w in, works on paper
Kirsten Stolle
Mrs. Tobias Wilson 1860/2015
from the series de-identified, 2015
gouache, ink, and collage on 19th century engraving
7 1/2h x 5w in
19.05h x 12.70w cm
KS_017
Kirsten Stolle Miss Frances Martineau 1861/2014 from the series de-indentified, 2014 gouache and collage on 19th century engraving 7h x 5w in, works on paper
Kirsten Stolle
Miss Frances Martineau 1861/2014
from the series de-indentified, 2014
gouache and collage on 19th century engraving
7h x 5w in
17.78h x 12.70w cm
KS_011
Kirsten Stolle Mrs. John Goldsmith 1861/2014 from the series de-identified, 2014 gouache and collage on 19th century engraving 7 1/2h x 5w in, works on paper
Kirsten Stolle
Mrs. John Goldsmith 1861/2014
from the series de-identified, 2014
gouache and collage on 19th century engraving
7 1/2h x 5w in
19.05h x 12.70w cm
KS_023
Kirsten Stolle Mrs. Jacob Brewster 1859/2014 from the series de-identified, 2014 gouache and collage on 19th century engraving 7h x 5w in, works on paper
Kirsten Stolle
Mrs. Jacob Brewster 1859/2014
from the series de-identified, 2014
gouache and collage on 19th century engraving
7h x 5w in
17.78h x 12.70w cm
KS_018
Kirsten Stolle Mrs. Edward Salisbury 1859/2014 from the series de-identified, 2014 gouache, ink, gold paint, and collage on 19th century engraving 7h x 5w in, works on paper
Kirsten Stolle
Mrs. Edward Salisbury 1859/2014
from the series de-identified, 2014
gouache, ink, gold paint, and collage on 19th century engraving
7h x 5w in
17.78h x 12.70w cm
KS_012
Kirsten Stolle Mrs. Percy Dunlap 1860/2015 from the series de-identified, 2015 gouache and collage on 19th century engraving 7 1/2h x 5w in, works on paper
Kirsten Stolle
Mrs. Percy Dunlap 1860/2015
from the series de-identified, 2015
gouache and collage on 19th century engraving
7 1/2h x 5w in
19.05h x 12.70w cm
KS_021
Kirsten Stolle Mrs. John Pettigrew 1860/2014 from the series de-identified, 2014 ink and collage on 19th century engraving 7 1/2h x 5w in, works on paper
Kirsten Stolle
Mrs. John Pettigrew 1860/2014
from the series de-identified, 2014
ink and collage on 19th century engraving
7 1/2h x 5w in
19.05h x 12.70w cm
KS_014
Molly Sawyer Steel Vertebrae, 2016/17 Steel wool, tree branch, wire Dimensions variable, sculpture
Molly Sawyer
Steel Vertebrae, 2016/17
Steel wool, tree branch, wire
Dimensions variable
ms_001
Workingman Collective Prospects, 2011 Letterpress, silkscreen, and hand coloring on paper 24h x 18w in,  Edition of 15, Print
Workingman Collective
Prospects, 2011
Letterpress, silkscreen, and hand coloring on paper
24h x 18w in
60.96h x 45.72w cm
WMC_003
Edition of 15
Workingman Collective Knot, 2011 Letterpress, silkscreen, and hand coloring on paper 24h x 18w in, Edition of 15
Workingman Collective
Knot, 2011
Letterpress, silkscreen, and hand coloring on paper
24h x 18w in
60.96h x 45.72w cm
WMC_004
Edition of 15
Workingman Collective Trapper Nelson Backpack (US Patent #1,505,661), c. 1922 Fir, canvas, steel, brass, 30h x 15w x 8d in, installation
Workingman Collective
Trapper Nelson Backpack
(US Patent #1,505,661), c. 1922
Fir, canvas, steel, brass
30h x 15w x 8d in
76.20h x 38.10w x 20.32d cm
WMC_002
Workingman Collective Pack, 2011 Fir, oak, waxed canvas (Wendy Downs, MOOP, PA) 30h x 15w x 8d in, installation
Workingman Collective
Pack, 2011
Fir, oak, waxed canvas (Wendy Downs, MOOP, PA)
30h x 15w x 8d in
76.20h x 38.10w x 20.32d cm
WMC_001
Edition of 7

Press Release

Tracey Morgan Gallery is pleased to present Transplants, a group exhibition featuring work by artists: Colby Caldwell, Dawn Roe, Hannah Cole, Molly Sawyer, Ralston Fox Smith, Kirsten Stolle, and Workingman
Collective.

 

While all participating artists are currently based in Asheville, they have each relocated to our increasingly
popular mountain mecca from larger cities. Asheville has long served as a comparably affordable oasis that has continuously lured creatives to the area. This show will spotlight 7 uniquely talented transplants, with mediums ranging from painting, photography, and sculptural installation.          

Colby Caldwell, one of two photographers in the exhibition, will be showing work from multiple series, ranging from playful, vibrant abstract photographs to stunning, focused natural studies of birds and nests. Caldwell
studied and taught at Corcocan School of Art, and also taught at St. Mary’s College of Maryland before
relocating to Asheville.
Dawn Roe, a part-time Ashevillian who  serves as Associate Professor of Art at Rollins College in Winter Park, FL, creates works which combine a documentary approach with direct intervention
and simple fabrication. Roe studied at Marylhurst University and Illinois State University, and has shown
extensively both nationally and internationally.

Both painters in the exhibition use their work to explore different facets of the everyday and capture it with
focused fascination.
Ralston Fox Smith, who has been widely exhibited in the area, will be showing a group of soothing landscape explorations and paired down forms that sometimes lean towards the surreal. Hannah Cole, who studied at Yale and Boston University and has been exhibited internationally, will be featuring a group of paintings that depict the seemingly ordinary with sharp precision, resulting in captivating, inventive works.

The space will be further activated with sculptural works from both Molly Sawyer and Workingman Collective. Sawyer creates sculptures using organic materials which serve as personal investigations of nurturing forms and spaces. Sawyer’s work is in numerous collections, and she has participated in many solo and group
exhibitions both locally and throughout the East. Workingman Collective is a collaborative group of artists
exploring ideas of connectivity, environmental awareness, and heritage. Their conceptual, playful works and created projects have been exhibited in the US, Europe, Africa, and the Caribbean since their formation in 2005.

Viewers will also get a taste of the work of Kirsten Stolle, who will be showing mixed media works which
examine the impact of facial recognition technology on individual privacy using altered portraits of 19th century women. Stolle has received a number of awards, her work is in collections both public and private, and she has exhibited her works extensively throughout the US and abroad.

For visuals or additional information, please contact info@traceymorgangallery.com