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Liquitex Congratulates the 2017-2018 Research Residency Program Artists

Participating artists include Daniel Mantilla, Kristy Hughes, Micah Wood, Erik Parra, KOAK, Woody Othello, Tschabalala Self, Shara Hughes, and Patrick Brennan.

To celebrate Liquitex Cadmium Free, the world’s first parity alternative for acrylic paints containing cadmium, Liquitex is supporting nine artists with residencies in New York and San Francisco alongside its ongoing residency program in London.

As the year draws to a close, Liquitex would like to extend its warm congratulations to the artists who participated in its 2017 Research Residency Program and provide a look ahead to 2018:

Daniel Mantilla

Born in Colombia, lives and works in Brooklyn, NY
Residency Unlimited, Brooklyn, NY (August 1–September 17, 2017)

Daniel Mantilla, “Solutions (Good Friends)” (2015), acrylic on Canvas, 50cm x 50cm

Kristy Hughes

Lives and works in Valdosta, Georgia
Residency Unlimited, Brooklyn, NY (September 18–October 31, 2017)

Kristy Hughes, “With Both” (2016), latex paint, spray paint, monotype, collage, décollage, colored pencil on panel, 52cm x 57cm

Micah Wood

Lives and works in the San Francisco Bay Area
Minnesota Street Project, San Francisco, CA (September–December, 2017)

Micah Wood, “Albert Heijn (Accidental Painting)” (2016), flashe, oil on canvas

Erik Parra

Lives and works in the San Francisco Bay Area
Minnesota Street Project, San Francisco, CA (December, 2017–February, 2018)

Erik Parra, “Still Life for Jolene III” (2016), acrylic, spray paint and marker on panel, 24in x 30 inches

 

KOAK

Lives and works in the San Francisco Bay Area
Minnesota Street Project, San Francisco, CA (March–May, 2018)

KOAK, “The Mirror” (2017), pastel, graphite and casein on rag paper mounted to panel, 16 x 12 inches

 

Woody Othello

Lives and works in Berkeley, CA
Minnesota Street Project, San Francisco, CA (June –August, 2018)

Woody Othello, “Wishing Well” (Installation View) (2016), mixed media

 

Tschabalala Self

Lives and works in New Haven, CT
Griffin Galleries, London, UK (September 1–15, 2017)

Tschabalala Self, Installation View, Commission for the Hospital Rooms project at Snowsfields Adolescent Mental Health Unit, South London & Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust, (2017)

 

Shara Hughes

Lives and works in Brooklyn, NY
Griffin Galleries, London, UK (September 25–October 13, 2017)

Shara Hughes, “One Last Step” (2017), oil, acrylic, and spray paint on canvas, 69 x 61 inches

 

Patrick Brennan

Griffin Galleries, London, UK (October 16–29, 2017)

Patrick Brennan, “Sideways (red)” (2017), acrylic on canvas, 22 x 18 inches

 

To learn more about the Research Residency Program artists and view videos of them at work, visit liquitex.com/residencies/cadmium-free.