1993 Abstract Ink Drawing Michael Marlowe

1993 Abstract Ink Drawing Michael Marlowe

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Michael Marlowe

The Nebulous Drawing IV

1993

Ink Drawing on Paper

13 1/4" x 11 1/4", Unframed

Excellent Condition - Minor wear consistent with age and history.

Contemporary, abstract, ink drawing. Signed by Michael Marlowe and dated 1993. Done on paper from a German prayer book for the dying. Entitled, "The Nebulous Drawing IV". Unframed measures 13 1/4" x 11 1/4" mounted on linen mat board. Edges of paper and mat are uneven. From the esteemed Elaine Horwitch Gallery. 

Michael Marlowe Bio:

Michael Marlowe is a studio Artist, Art Director and a Production Designer working in the film and television industry.

 Mr. Marlowe is currently working on a series of large scale paintings and drawings. Marlowe is basically a figurative painter working from the inside out. Interested in various forms of self exploration, Marlowe visually expands abstracts and reshapes the figure. His paintings and drawings literally look as thought the body has been turned inside out and back again, expanded and exploded and restructured. “It’s the aspects of self we don’t show, the aspects of self we very possibly don’t know that make us tick. This visual deconstruction this opening up is in order to see around the parts we know to discover the parts we don’t.”

About the Elaine Horwitch Gallery:

LewAllen Contemporary is a premier gallery of Contemporary Art located in the heart of Santa Fe, the second-largest art market in the country. On Palace Avenue near the Plaza and the New Mexico Museum of Art, the gallery has been in continuous operation in its 11,000 square feet of museum-like exhibition space for more than 30 years. During that time, it has earned a reputation that is both national and international for representing some of the nation’s best-known living painters and sculptors alongside some of the freshest talent on the cutting edge. 

Originally the Horwitch Gallery, founded in 1976 by legendary Santa Fe and Scottsdale art dealer Elaine Horwitch, the gallery later became the LewAllen Contemporary when artist and teacher Arlene LewAllen became its owner and made great strides in advancing the gallery’s reputation and aesthetic. After her death in 2002, the gallery was purchased by Bob Gardner and Ken Marvel. They strive to carry on the legacy of both prior owners for refined taste in Fine Art and personable service to the collecting community. Like their esteemed predecessors, they search for the best in Contemporary Art and for artists whose vision is fresh and whose work shows original thinking, intelligence, beauty, and technical prowess.

Elaine Horwitch, 58, a Chicago native who moved to Scottsdale, Ariz., in 1955 and became a noted art dealer in the Southwest, died Saturday in Santa Fe. Mrs. Horwitch began as an art dealer by selling graphics from the back of her station wagon. She established Elaine Horwitch Galleries in Scottsdale in 1973 and opened another gallery in Santa Fe in 1976. She also operated galleries in Sedona, Ariz., and Palm Springs, Calif. She was a strong proponent of contemporary art and artists in the Southwest. She was named Outstanding Woman of the Year in New Mexico in 1990, and she received the award for ``Women and Corporations that have Made a Difference`` from the International Women`s Forum in 1991.

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