Matthew Weston Taylor
& Stacy Fisher
September 7 – September 29, 2019
Stacy Fisher studied sculpture at The Cleveland Institute of Art and The Ohio State University. Artist residencies include the Edward F. Albee Foundation, the Vermont Studio Center, and the Chautauqua School of Art. In 2016 she was a participant in Lower Manhattan Cultural Council’s Process Space program. Her work has been shown recently in New York at Marisa Newman Projects. Other venues in New York City include Sardine, Real Estate Fine Art, Thierry Goldberg, Jeff Bailey Gallery, 106 Green, Tiger Strikes Asteroid, and Regina Rex. She is currently a curatorial member of Underdonk gallery in Brooklyn. This is her second exhibition with Left Field.
Allison Reimus has been featured in numerous exhibitions and publications throughout the United States. Recent solo and two-person exhibitions include Tiger Strikes Asteroid (Chicago, IL), Knox College (Galesburg, IL), and The Mission (Chicago, IL). Recent group exhibitions include Left Field Gallery (Los Osos, CA), Kirk Hopper Fine Art (Dallas, TX), Platform Gallery (Baltimore, MD) and No Place Gallery (Columbus, OH). Her work has been included in ArtMaze Mag, Maake Magazine and New American Paintings (#88, #113, #125), where she was highlighted as both an "Editor's Selection" and a "Noteworthy Artist." Reviews include The Boston Globe, The Washington Post and NPR. This is her second exhibition with Left Field.
Matthew Weston Taylor is a painter working primarily with oil on panel. His work tends to be modest in scale. Working with only vague references to source material, his process functions as a search for form and structure; shifting between abstraction and representation and looking for non things to become familiar things. Matthew was born in Stockton, California in 1984. He received a BFA from San Jose State University in 2008 and an MFA from the University of California Davis in 2011. He studied painting at the Accademia Di Belle Arti in Florence Italy from 2004 to 2005. Matthew teaches at several Universities and Colleges in the South Bay Area. He lives with his wife and two kids in Soquel, CA. This is his first exhibition with Left Field.