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A circle inside of a square is a formal relationship that Samantha McCurdy returns to again and again in her work. Using these fundamental shapes, she is able to create a complex sense of depth, play with our sense of two and three dimensions, and evoke the feeling of a brilliant full moon in a night sky.
Los Angeles, CA
Samantha McCurdy makes sculptural paintings that reference the body and nature through geometric forms and radiant color palettes. Her Twyla limited editions are images of abstract suns and moons that she created by painting spandex that she stretched over a three-dimensional frame. Samantha is a native of Philadelphia and graduated from the Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore. Her work has been included in gallery exhibitions in Marfa, Dallas, Los Angeles and New York City and she completed a site-specific installation at The Standard, Hollywood hotel. Samantha also runs an art space and “intellectual pavilion” called That That, which relocated with her move from Dallas to Los Angeles.