Rose Masterpol: The Language of Shape

11 - 27 September 2020

"The source of imagery comes from the choreography of metamorphosing organic shapes which embody and influence a formal relationship between structure, form, movement, tension, transparency, hierarchy, flotation and emotion. They are a ligature between contemporary art and mid–20th-century design," --Rose Masterpol




Nüart Gallery presents a solo exhibition of new paintings by Rose Masterpol. The exhibition will run September 11th through September 27, 2020.

American born artist Rose Masterpol’s work is the language of non-objective, organic, pure painting. Her work— either acrylic or oil on large canvases— consists of abstract shapes, lines, instinct, and intuition. She is driven by aesthetics and is a colorist to the core. Often poetic with unrivaled breadth and depth, Masterpol's work is both uncanny and balanced. Her abstractions stream from De Stijl to Fauvism to expressionism to the pure abstract realm. Since she was a child, Masterpol’s inspiration has been from the New York school of painters: Pollock, de Kooning, Kline, and Motherwell, to name a few. Masterpol graduated from CalArts with a BFA in graphic design. A self-taught painter, her work bristles with a naked and raw energy.

Rose Masterpol’s paintings have shown in the Palm Springs Museum, and various art fairs including Spectrum Miami, the Affordable Art Fair in Hampstead Heath, London, Red Dot Miami, Art Palm Springs, and the Battersea Affordable Art Fair in London. She has had various solo exhibitions from Santa Fe to Los Angeles to New York City, and participated in numerous group shows including in London, Cambridge, Santa Barbara, Santa Fe, San Jose del Cabo, Palm Springs, New York, Los Angeles, and Miami.


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