Mychaelyn Michalec "I cannot bear how quickly and slowly time moves"
Mychaelyn Michalec "I cannot bear how quickly and slowly time moves" 2019
Dimensions: 21in x 18in
Signed on Verso, Includes Signed Certificate of Authenticity
Mychaelyn Michalec is a fiber artist and painter working in Dayton, OH. She earned a BFA with distinction in Painting and Drawing, a BA in Art History from The Ohio State University, and a MLIS from the University of Southern Mississippi. She has shown her work internationally and has been awarded residencies at The Vermont Studio Center in Johnson, VT; the Sam and Adele Golden Foundation for the Arts Residency in New Berlin, NY; and The Kimmel Harding Nelson Center for the Arts in Nebraska City, NE. Her work has been published in Friend of the Artist, Create! Magazine, and Art Maze. A review of her recent two person show, Femme Maison at Houseguest Gallery in Louisville, KY, was featured on NPR’s All Things Considered. Michalec’s work depicts the mundane matters of domestic life. She situates her work within craft because of its feminist tradition of paying tribute to generations of women’s domestic and invisible labor. The process of rug tufting and the subject of domesticity combine issues of feminine-aesthetics, craft, and cultural value.
Learn more about her artwork and exhibitions on our website.
This artwork is currently featured in The Untitled Space group show " UNRAVELED: Confronting The Fabric Of Fiber Art" On View at The Untitled Space from April 17 - May 28th, 2021. For more info visit: https://untitled-space.com/