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Mary Weatherford

Mary Weatherford

Mary Weatherford’s paintings comprise grounds of spontaneously sponged paint on heavy linen canvases, surmounted by one or more carefully shaped and placed colored neon tubes. The grounds, startlingly varied in color and treatment, are redolent but not descriptive of climates, places, and situations. Her exhibition I’ve Seen Gray Whales Go By was presented at Gagosian, New York, in fall 2018.