Jim Gaylord
Truthy Illusion, 2018
cutout and abraded 300 lb. watercolor paper, gouache
29¼ x 23½ inches

Jim Gaylord

Two-Faced Lord, 2018

cutout and abraded 300 lb. watercolor paper, gouache
30½ x 23½ inches

Jim Gaylord
Ouroboros is Broken, 2018
cutout and abraded 300 lb. watercolor paper, gouache
30 x 23½ inches

Jim Gaylord
Bendy Zenith, 2018
cutout and abraded 300 lb. watercolor paper, gouache
29½ x 23½ inches

Theresa Daddezio
Entry Point, 2018
Oil on canvas
36 x 24 inches

Theresa Daddezio
Reverse Splinters, 2018
Oil on canvas
50 x 34 inches

Theresa Daddezio
Sunburn Squeeze, 2018
Oil on canvas
48 x 34 inches

Theresa Daddezio
Slip of the Tongue, 2018
Oil on linen
40 x 30 inches

Theresa Daddezio
Snakes and Ladders, 2018
Oil on linen
32 x 22 inches

Beverly Acha
Untitled (Fishers Island Fall Sunset), 2017
Oil on canvas
36 x 42 inches

Beverly Acha
Untitled (Fishers Island Waves), 2017
Oil on canvas
22 x 20 inches

Beverly Acha
Untitled (square portal I), 2016
Oil on canvas
30 x 25 inches

Beverly Acha
Untitled (red-orange-grid), 2017
Oil on linen
18 x 22 inches

Beverly Acha
Untitled (blue grid), 2017
Oil on canvas
22 x 18 inches

Press Release

DC Moore Gallery is pleased to present THREE, a group show featuring work by Beverly Acha, Theresa Daddezio, and Jim Gaylord.

Beverly Acha uses boldly colored linear and curvilinear shapes, precisely layered against each other to create vibrant grid structures. Her work is a meditation on the freedom and expressivity that can manifest in repetition. Acha was a resident at The Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, and she is currently an assistant professor of Studio Art at Oberlin College.

Theresa Daddezio uses patterns and undulating shapes that emulate light and microbial forms. Her paintings abstractly conjure shapes and movements of the body. Daddezio received her MFA at Hunter College, and lives and works in New York.

Jim Gaylord, through a meticulous process of addition and removal, creates collages that are stunning experiments in formalism and color theory. Gaylord’s works are collected widely, and are included in The Museum of Modern Art’s permanent collection. The artist lives and works in New York.

This exhibit will run concurrently with Max Kozloff: The Atmospherics of Interruption: Paintings 1966-2018.

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