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Sandra Mueller-Dick
Tripping the Light Fantastic
Agora Gallery
530 West 25th StreetNew York,NY
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  • Still Life with Garlic
Mixed Media on Canvas
6" x 6" 

    Still Life with Garlic

    Mixed Media on Canvas
    6" x 6"
  • Still Life with Anise
Watercolor & Varnish on Panel
6" x 6" 

    Still Life with Anise

    Watercolor & Varnish on Panel
    6" x 6"
  • Still Life with Orange
Mixed Media on Canvas
6" x 6"
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    Still Life with Orange

    Mixed Media on Canvas
    6" x 6"
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  • Still Life with Eggplant
Watercolor & Varnish on Panel
8" x 8" 

    Still Life with Eggplant

    Watercolor & Varnish on Panel
    8" x 8"
  • Still Life with Pear
Watercolor & Varnish on Panel
8" x 8" 

    Still Life with Pear

    Watercolor & Varnish on Panel
    8" x 8"
  • Still Life with Squash
Mixed Media on Canvas
6" x 6" 

    Still Life with Squash

    Mixed Media on Canvas
    6" x 6"
  • Still Life with Pepper
Mixed Media on Canvas
6" x 6" 

    Still Life with Pepper

    Mixed Media on Canvas
    6" x 6"
  • Still Life with Tomato
Watercolor on Paper
6" x 6" 

    Still Life with Tomato

    Watercolor on Paper
    6" x 6"
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Sandra Mueller-Dick

SANDRA MUELLER-DICK

Tripping the Light Fantastic
December 7 – January 18, 2018
Reception: Thursday, December 7, 2017 6-8 PM

Sandra Mueller-Dick creates intimately sized canvases of fruits and vegetables, capturing the subtle mystery of the organic shapes with a blend of imagination and precision. The artist depicts the dramatic play of light and shadow in her quiet works. She renders the shapes and colors of the natural world against a flat, black background, blurring the lines between still life and portraiture. Mueller-Dick imbues her inanimate subjects with character, lending humble fruits and vegetables a sense of wonder. 

Utilizing rich, autumnal colors, Mueller-Dick paints an anise bulb, a slice of orange, and a ripe tomato, capturing the idiosyncrasies of color and form with attention. A burnt auburn pepper and multicolored squash are depicted as stark, vivid shapes against the dark background. Finally, an oblong eggplant and luscious pear are painted with watercolor and varnish on panel, the careful layers of pigment creating sumptuous tonal shifts and soft, hazy shadows. Mueller-Dick paints the tangible and the fleeting; her organic subjects take on life, but their materiality is elusive.




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