NEW WORK

SHINE | ArtHaus Gallery | San Francisco


on view PUSH 30" x 60"

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

OPENING Feburary 

48 Pillars / Arc Gallery

Equality Upended is inspired by the use of mirroring as a means to create empathy and build relationships. Both efforts are highly valued by the artist. Hellstrom's new work relates to the Alan Alda Center for Communicating Science (Stony Brook University) focus on communication and empathy. Adding elements of inequality, the coloration is drawn from complimentary opposites. Precise graphite under drawings contrast with the flowing gestural inks at the surface. 


These works track Hellstrom's year-long political activity in which she explored political voice in effort to build equality within a national vision. Recognizing that binary choices honored without depth of understanding reek havoc, a reality played out as our national dialog centered on lies and inequality.  
Presented in the age-old diptych format, Hellstrom contrasts tradition with new media. In this case the two panels she created a horizontal equal symbol turned on end vertically.


EQUALITY UPENDED | (2 panels) 48" x 12" diptych mixed media on cradled panel

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Installed in Collections | Exhibitions 

Undertow installed in private collection

Hungry Ghost Dreams 48" square at Nuance

Heaven, Earth And Humanity pair installed 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Equality Upended / Golden Rule 2017 acrylic ink on polypropylene 48" x 12" (2 panel diptych)

Hellstrom review here   DOWN LOAD  

Cross Conflict 12" x 12" Mixed media on cradled panel________________________________________________________________________________________

GALLERY | QR: Interactive Works by Patter Hellstrom 

"Patter's paintings are alluring. Her paintings beckon the viewer to visually get lost in the undulation that is created by her use of medium. I have never known any artist to work with the acrylic ink wash on polypropylene. Her mastery of the fluidity of motion is her own language. It is very rare to find ones solo voice when so much has been done in the name of art."  

Annette Schutz, Owner of ArtHaus Gallery SF

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ART IN DESIGN  | ELLE FRANCE + SMW Design

 

SMW Pop Up exhibition 2016 Tartan Collection   


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INSTALLATIONFILM

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CURATORIAL PROJECTS | Corporate . Museum . Gallery

CORPORATE PROJECT I first worked with Patter Hellstrom Visual Art when Vedder Price, an international general-practice law firm, selected Patter’s work for the second quarterly art installation in our San Francisco office.  Patter and Paul also worked closely with us to plan our first client/artist reception, which featured Patter’s works.  When we opened our Los Angeles office, we engaged Patter Hellstrom Visual Art to curate its quarterly art installations.  Patter and Paul have been outstanding art partners offering a variety of works from local artists, attending to every detail, and providing beautiful collateral material to accompany each installation.  I highly recommend them.”  

 Michele Reilly, Office Manager Vedder Price San Francisco 

 

Vedder Price / Los Angeles 

Gina Stepaniuk / New Views: Planet Earth

Marion Lane / Geometric Abstraction

Gregg Chadwick / Atmospheric Cityscapes

Gay Summer Rick / Urban Coast 

Patter Hellstrom / Flow

Nadege Monchera Baer / Abstraction

Catherine Ruane / Palm View

Jill Sykes / Poetic Observation

Vedder Price / Chicago International Headquarters

THE LAKE | Michael Davidson and Thomas Hellstrom
THE CITY | Rita Grendze and Krista Svalbonas
THE RIVER | Elina Ruka   
SEASONS | Anne Hayden Stevens



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MUSEUM + GALLERY PROJECT 2010-14  


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