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530 West 25th Street, New York, NY  Tue - Sat, 11am - 6pm
530 West 25th Street, New York, NY  Tue - Sat, 11am - 6pm
530 West 25th Street
Tue - Sat, 11am - 6pm
Frances Hatch
Discovery: Contemporary Art Perspectives from England
Agora Gallery
530 West 25th StreetNew York,NY

  • Ladram Red   Ladram Red
    Mixed Media on Archival Paper
    37.5" x 52.5"
    Frances Hatch

  • Garden of the Halmyrides   Garden of the Halmyrides
    Acrylic & Mixed Media on Archival Paper
    32.5" x 78"
    Frances Hatch

  • High Peak. Prussian Shadow. Devon.   High Peak. Prussian Shadow. Devon.
    Mixed Media on Archival Paper
    22.5" x 30"
    Frances Hatch

  • Mackerel Moon   Mackerel Moon
    Acrylic, Collage & Mixed Media on Canvas
    22" x 35"
    Frances Hatch

  • Lucas Leap Moon   Lucas Leap Moon
    Mixed Media on Archival Paper
    19.5" x 53.5"
    Frances Hatch

  • Blueberry Moon   Blueberry Moon
    Acrylic & Mixed Media on Canvas
    20.5" x 53.5"
    Frances Hatch

  • Fremington Beech Flurry   Fremington Beech Flurry
    Mixed Media on Watercolor Paper
    22.5" x 30"
    Frances Hatch

  • Eleven Percent Moon   Eleven Percent Moon
    Acrylic & Mixed Media on Canvas
    22" x 35.5"
    Frances Hatch

  • Three Red Canoes   Three Red Canoes
    Mixed Media on Archival Paper
    52.5" x 37.5"
    Frances Hatch

  • Allt Mor to The Chalamain Gap. Glenmore, Cairngorm   Allt Mor to The Chalamain Gap. Glenmore, Cairngorm
    Acrylic & Mixed Media on Archival Paper
    32.5" x 78"
    Frances Hatch


Frances Hatch

FRANCES HATCH

Discovery: Contemporary Art Perspectives from England
November 10 – December 1, 2018
Reception: Thursday, November 15, 2018 6-8 PM

Frances Hatch is, in her own words, a “radical landscape painter,” whose artwork is rooted in her immediate surroundings. The artist’s studio is situated in Weymouth, a substantial seaside town in Dorset, and part of The Jurassic Coast. This stunning coastline forms part of a World Heritage site: its layers of sedimentary rock reveal the history of the Earth across 185 million years. Hatch’s remarkable paintings are dedicated to transmitting the transient beauty of tide and weather along with the ‘deep time’ present in its geology.

Hatch works outside. In addition to the limited tools she takes with her into the landcape, she samples and gathers various types of soil and clay found on each site. Her ingenious use of local pigments can be seen embedded in works like “Fremington Beech Flurry” and “Eleven Percent Moon.” Some of her work is made entirely from pigments found in a site. Each painting is literally ’site specific’ in both form and content. Her painting is an immersion in the perpetually fluctuating world of nature, and a participation in its constant metamorphosis.