Deanne Belinoff. Merging Fields, 2011. Polymer acrylic on paper. 27 x 45 inches.

Deanne Belinoff
Space: Inside/Out
March 2-30, 2017
Opening: Thursday, March 2, 6-8 pm
Artist Talk: Thursday, March 16, 12-1 pm

Deanne Belinoff’s abstract drawings and paintings express ideas about reality and its underpinnings, the vast rotations of solar systems, and the implicit connection of all things in the universe. Space: Inside/Out features recent work inspired by infinity, gravity, and time, revealing her personal relationship with the cosmos.

Although an awe of the night sky forms the foundation of Belinoff’s practice, intersections with philosophy, dreams, bi-polar mood states, and Vipassana meditation shape its intimate subtext. We live in an ever unfolding universe. But even more hypnotizing, a universe lives within us.

About the Artist: Deanne Belinoff is a recipient of two National Endowment for the Arts Visual Arts Fellowships and several Artist Trust GAP grants. She has also been awarded a Ragdale Foundation Grant, a Blue Mountain Fellowship Residency Grant, and the Joshua Tree National Monument Artist in Residence Grant. Her work is held in major public and private collections including the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, the Sackner Collection, The Peter Norton Collection, the King County Public Art Collection, and the Seattle Public Utilities Portable Works Collection. Belinoff moved her studio from Los Angeles to the Pacific Northwest in 1996. She currently lives and works in Seattle, Washington.

Website: deannebelinoff.com

Up next: Caché (Jackson Baker Ryan, Alex Boeschenstein, and Max Cleary)