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Rutstein Selected as the Featured Artist in Exhibition at California Museum of Art Thousand Oaks


32 Degrees Latitude
June 15-Aug 5th, 2017
Reception: Thursday, June 15, 4:30-8pm
Artist Talk, Sat June 17, 1:30-2:30pm

California Museum of Art Thousand Oaks
1948 Thousand Oaks Blvd., Thousand Oaks, CA 91362

(Excerpt from Press Release)
The California Museum of Art Thousand Oaks (CMATO) proudly announces the winners from our Inaugural International Juried Art Exhibition – 32 Degrees Latitude. Out of hundreds of applications received from around the globe, only three artists were selected to exhibit at CMATO this summer.

Featured Artist: Rebecca Rutstein
CMATO is honored to showcase Rebecca Rutstein, a Philadelphia-based artist whose works are based on her interest in technology, geology, maps and the undercurrents that continually shape and reshape the world. Her large scale landscape sculptures and paintings are inspired by her prestigious residency aboard two scientific naval exploration vessels that traveled the world. From these missions, Rutstein has mined the satellite and sonar data to present the wild, unbounded grandeur of the natural world with a technological sublimity that grasps at the infinite possibilities suggested by computers. Jennifer Li, Art in America contributor, writes in the exhibition catalogue,

“With her unique background and experience on board the Nautilus and the Falkor, Rutstein brought back reports not of measurable figures, but paintings and sculptures that give form to the nebulous enigma of the sea and its terrain, inspiring and propelling the scientific community and general public with visual poetry and portraits of the Sublime.”

Read the Essay by Jennifer Li, Contributing Writer to Art in America

Catalogue available
for more information, contact tgreenwood@cmato.org

 

Upcoming Solo Exhibition at Form and Concept/ Zane Bennett Contemporary in Santa Fe

Fault Lines

June 30-Aug 12th, 2017
Reception: Friday, June 30th 5-7pm
Artist Talk, Sat July 1, 2-3pm
Catalogue available

Zane Bennett Contemporary / Form & Concept

435 S Guadalupe St.
Santa Fe, NM 87501
505.982.8111
For more information contact: Frank Rose, Director, at FrankR@zanebennettgallery.com
or visit: http://www.formandconcept.center/rebecca-rutstein-fault-lines-exhibition/

“When your painting studio is set adrift on the open sea, things can get a little messy. Philadelphia-based painter Rebecca Rutstein spent her last three artist residencies in close quarters with oceanographic cartographers, examining never-before-seen images of the ocean floor and translating what she learned into undulating, semi-abstract paintings. She grew accustomed to the constant motion of the boat and its unpredictable effect on her brushstrokes. In Fault Lines, her first-ever solo exhibition in New Mexico, Rutstein returns to dry land. Using the sunburnt palette of the high desert, the artist turns her attention to seismic events that occur deep in the Earth’s crust—and employs some tricks she learned at sea to imbue her compositions with dynamic motion.”

Traveling Exhibition with Schmidt Ocean Institute

Rutstein is exhibiting (8) 18 x 18″ paintings in the exhibition Artist at Sea, which continues through 2017 at the following venues:

Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute / May 2017
America’s Cup Bermuda / June 2017
Newport, Rhode Island / Sept 2017
Bishop Museum, Honolulu, HI / Oct 2017

For exhibition information, please contact Carlie Weiner at cwiener@schmidtocean.org
For sales inquiries, please contact Bridgette Mayer at bmayer@bmayerart.com

 

1-Year Anniversary Exhibition at Form & Concept in Santa Fe

May 26-October 22, 2017
Opening Reception: Friday, May 26, 5-8 pm
Form & Concept’s roster of represented artists has been steadily growing all year, making for a varied and dynamic One-Year Anniversary Exhibition. Featured artists include Heidi Brandow, Heather Bradley, Matthew Mullins, Wesley Anderegg, Debra Baxter, Brett Kern, Armond Lara, Matthew Szosz, Rebecca Rutstein, Elana Schwartz, Mark Newport and an array of jewelry artists in the form & concept shop.

Zane Bennett Contemporary / Form & Concept
435 S Guadalupe St.
Santa Fe, NM 87501
505.982.8111
For more information contact: Frank Rose, Director, at FrankR@zanebennettgallery.com

 

Visiting Artist at Moore College of Art & Design in Philadelphia

In March, Rutstein gave a public lecture and individual studio critiques with senior art students at Moore College of Art & Design.

 

Limited Edition Prints Now Available!

Four archival, limited-edition prints are now available.
For purchase inquiries, please contact Bridgette Mayer at bmayer@bmayerart.com




 

Rutstein Selected as the Featured Artist in Exhibition at California Museum of Art Thousand Oaks


32 Degrees Latitude
June 15-Aug 5th, 2017
Reception: Thursday, June 15, 4:30-8pm
Artist Talk, Sat June 17, 1:30-2:30pm

California Museum of Art Thousand Oaks
1948 Thousand Oaks Blvd., Thousand Oaks, CA 91362

(Excerpt from Press Release)
The California Museum of Art Thousand Oaks (CMATO) proudly announces the winners from our Inaugural International Juried Art Exhibition – 32 Degrees Latitude. Out of hundreds of applications received from around the globe, only three artists were selected to exhibit at CMATO this summer.

Featured Artist: Rebecca Rutstein
CMATO is honored to showcase Rebecca Rutstein, a Philadelphia-based artist whose works are based on her interest in technology, geology, maps and the undercurrents that continually shape and reshape the world. Her large scale landscape sculptures and paintings are inspired by her prestigious residency aboard two scientific naval exploration vessels that traveled the world. From these missions, Rutstein has mined the satellite and sonar data to present the wild, unbounded grandeur of the natural world with a technological sublimity that grasps at the infinite possibilities suggested by computers. Jennifer Li, Art in America contributor, writes in the exhibition catalogue,

“With her unique background and experience on board the Nautilus and the Falkor, Rutstein brought back reports not of measurable figures, but paintings and sculptures that give form to the nebulous enigma of the sea and its terrain, inspiring and propelling the scientific community and general public with visual poetry and portraits of the Sublime.”

Read the Essay by Jennifer Li, Contributing Writer to Art in America

Catalogue available
for more information, contact tgreenwood@cmato.org

 

Upcoming Solo Exhibition at Form and Concept/ Zane Bennett Contemporary in Santa Fe

Fault Lines

June 30-Aug 12th, 2017
Reception: Friday, June 30th 5-7pm
Artist Talk, Sat July 1, 2-3pm
Catalogue available

Zane Bennett Contemporary / Form & Concept

435 S Guadalupe St.
Santa Fe, NM 87501
505.982.8111
For more information contact: Frank Rose, Director, at FrankR@zanebennettgallery.com
or visit: http://www.formandconcept.center/rebecca-rutstein-fault-lines-exhibition/

“When your painting studio is set adrift on the open sea, things can get a little messy. Philadelphia-based painter Rebecca Rutstein spent her last three artist residencies in close quarters with oceanographic cartographers, examining never-before-seen images of the ocean floor and translating what she learned into undulating, semi-abstract paintings. She grew accustomed to the constant motion of the boat and its unpredictable effect on her brushstrokes. In Fault Lines, her first-ever solo exhibition in New Mexico, Rutstein returns to dry land. Using the sunburnt palette of the high desert, the artist turns her attention to seismic events that occur deep in the Earth’s crust—and employs some tricks she learned at sea to imbue her compositions with dynamic motion.”

Traveling Exhibition with Schmidt Ocean Institute

Rutstein is exhibiting (8) 18 x 18″ paintings in the exhibition Artist at Sea, which continues through 2017 at the following venues:

Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute / May 2017
America’s Cup Bermuda / June 2017
Newport, Rhode Island / Sept 2017
Bishop Museum, Honolulu, HI / Oct 2017

For exhibition information, please contact Carlie Weiner at cwiener@schmidtocean.org
For sales inquiries, please contact Bridgette Mayer at bmayer@bmayerart.com

 

1-Year Anniversary Exhibition at Form & Concept in Santa Fe

May 26-October 22, 2017
Opening Reception: Friday, May 26, 5-8 pm
Form & Concept’s roster of represented artists has been steadily growing all year, making for a varied and dynamic One-Year Anniversary Exhibition. Featured artists include Heidi Brandow, Heather Bradley, Matthew Mullins, Wesley Anderegg, Debra Baxter, Brett Kern, Armond Lara, Matthew Szosz, Rebecca Rutstein, Elana Schwartz, Mark Newport and an array of jewelry artists in the form & concept shop.

Zane Bennett Contemporary / Form & Concept
435 S Guadalupe St.
Santa Fe, NM 87501
505.982.8111
For more information contact: Frank Rose, Director, at FrankR@zanebennettgallery.com

 

Visiting Artist at Moore College of Art & Design in Philadelphia

In March, Rutstein gave a public lecture and individual studio critiques with senior art students at Moore College of Art & Design.

 

Limited Edition Prints Now Available!

Four archival, limited-edition prints are now available.
For purchase inquiries, please contact Bridgette Mayer at bmayer@bmayerart.com




 

Rutstein Selected as the Featured Artist in Exhibition at California Museum of Art Thousand Oaks


32 Degrees Latitude
June 15-Aug 5th, 2017
Reception: Thursday, June 15, 4:30-8pm
Artist Talk, Sat June 17, 1:30-2:30pm

California Museum of Art Thousand Oaks
1948 Thousand Oaks Blvd., Thousand Oaks, CA 91362

(Excerpt from Press Release)
The California Museum of Art Thousand Oaks (CMATO) proudly announces the winners from our Inaugural International Juried Art Exhibition – 32 Degrees Latitude. Out of hundreds of applications received from around the globe, only three artists were selected to exhibit at CMATO this summer.

Featured Artist: Rebecca Rutstein
CMATO is honored to showcase Rebecca Rutstein, a Philadelphia-based artist whose works are based on her interest in technology, geology, maps and the undercurrents that continually shape and reshape the world. Her large scale landscape sculptures and paintings are inspired by her prestigious residency aboard two scientific naval exploration vessels that traveled the world. From these missions, Rutstein has mined the satellite and sonar data to present the wild, unbounded grandeur of the natural world with a technological sublimity that grasps at the infinite possibilities suggested by computers. Jennifer Li, Art in America contributor, writes in the exhibition catalogue,

“With her unique background and experience on board the Nautilus and the Falkor, Rutstein brought back reports not of measurable figures, but paintings and sculptures that give form to the nebulous enigma of the sea and its terrain, inspiring and propelling the scientific community and general public with visual poetry and portraits of the Sublime.”

Read the Essay by Jennifer Li, Contributing Writer to Art in America

Catalogue available
for more information, contact tgreenwood@cmato.org

 

Upcoming Solo Exhibition at Form and Concept/ Zane Bennett Contemporary in Santa Fe

Fault Lines

June 30-Aug 12th, 2017
Reception: Friday, June 30th 5-7pm
Artist Talk, Sat July 1, 2-3pm
Catalogue available

Zane Bennett Contemporary / Form & Concept

435 S Guadalupe St.
Santa Fe, NM 87501
505.982.8111
For more information contact: Frank Rose, Director, at FrankR@zanebennettgallery.com
or visit: http://www.formandconcept.center/rebecca-rutstein-fault-lines-exhibition/

“When your painting studio is set adrift on the open sea, things can get a little messy. Philadelphia-based painter Rebecca Rutstein spent her last three artist residencies in close quarters with oceanographic cartographers, examining never-before-seen images of the ocean floor and translating what she learned into undulating, semi-abstract paintings. She grew accustomed to the constant motion of the boat and its unpredictable effect on her brushstrokes. In Fault Lines, her first-ever solo exhibition in New Mexico, Rutstein returns to dry land. Using the sunburnt palette of the high desert, the artist turns her attention to seismic events that occur deep in the Earth’s crust—and employs some tricks she learned at sea to imbue her compositions with dynamic motion.”

Traveling Exhibition with Schmidt Ocean Institute

Rutstein is exhibiting (8) 18 x 18″ paintings in the exhibition Artist at Sea, which continues through 2017 at the following venues:

Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute / May 2017
America’s Cup Bermuda / June 2017
Newport, Rhode Island / Sept 2017
Bishop Museum, Honolulu, HI / Oct 2017

For exhibition information, please contact Carlie Weiner at cwiener@schmidtocean.org
For sales inquiries, please contact Bridgette Mayer at bmayer@bmayerart.com

 

1-Year Anniversary Exhibition at Form & Concept in Santa Fe

May 26-October 22, 2017
Opening Reception: Friday, May 26, 5-8 pm
Form & Concept’s roster of represented artists has been steadily growing all year, making for a varied and dynamic One-Year Anniversary Exhibition. Featured artists include Heidi Brandow, Heather Bradley, Matthew Mullins, Wesley Anderegg, Debra Baxter, Brett Kern, Armond Lara, Matthew Szosz, Rebecca Rutstein, Elana Schwartz, Mark Newport and an array of jewelry artists in the form & concept shop.

Zane Bennett Contemporary / Form & Concept
435 S Guadalupe St.
Santa Fe, NM 87501
505.982.8111
For more information contact: Frank Rose, Director, at FrankR@zanebennettgallery.com

 

Visiting Artist at Moore College of Art & Design in Philadelphia

In March, Rutstein gave a public lecture and individual studio critiques with senior art students at Moore College of Art & Design.

 

Limited Edition Prints Now Available!

Four archival, limited-edition prints are now available.
For purchase inquiries, please contact Bridgette Mayer at bmayer@bmayerart.com