Collaborative Paintings with Joshua Hogan
These to pieces are the beginning of the 3rd series of the Unspoken paintings. I will keep you updated on any exhibitions these will be in. If you’re interested in purchasing any of the Unspoken works contact Nicole Capozzi at Box Heart Gallery which is located in Pittsburgh, PA.
December 8th 2012 through February 5th 2013
Artist Talk: Sunday Feb 3rd from 4-6pm
Listen to some of my perspectives, ask questions and share your insights.
My painting The Narrow Gate #1 was recently purchased and installed at Eastern New Mexico University’s Art and Anthropology Building located in Portales, NM through the New Mexico Arts Art in Public Places Program.
By: Tiffany Fitzgerald
Every picture tells a story, Rod Stewart once said. And he might have been paraphrasing an ancient Chinese proverb, but that’s not the point. The point is, every person who views a work of art will undoubtedly experience something different. And while that experience is linked to the power and meaning of a piece, so is the story of its creation.Read More»
January 20th through February 25th 2012
Brenda Stumpf will present seven new mixed media paintings along with some pen and ink drawings, in an exhibition titled Blood Roses: a cycle of souls. In this new series of work Stumpf delivers a deluge of red soaked encrusted objects and material, onto surfaces where the death and rebirth of the feminine are invoked.
This interview took place when my exhibition Seshat was on display at Walker Fine Art in 2010. The large-scale paintings and assembled sculptures in the show were inspired by mysticism and alchemy through the lens of the Egyptian goddess of writing, Seshat, and in a broader sense the Scribe archetype.
By: Bobbi Walker
For Denver based visual artist Brenda Stumpf, materials are the crux of her configurations. Whether it be plant matter, doll hands, silk flower arrangements or piano parts, she finds a way to physically deconstruct the objects –removing the inherent purpose while honoring its past – and transforms them into multifaceted webs that pan out into a large-scale painting saturated with an unknown history.Read More»
Walker Fine Art
April 16th through May 29th 2010
Seshat is composed of four large-scale paintings, two diptychs, and three sculptures made from found objects. The works are inspired by mysticism and alchemy through the lens of Seshat, the ancient Egyptian goddess of writing; and in a broader sense the Scribe archetype. In these works Stumpf deals primarily with the process of transformation.Read More»
Interview by Eric Issac and Michael Keen
Bobbi Walker, owner of Walker Fine Art, discusses the 2010 Year in Preview exhibition, which showcased that coming year’s new work by artists such as: Brenda Stumpf, Marie Vlasic, Don Quade, Albert Chong, Miani Carnevale, and Eric Corrigan.