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Studio #
384

916 Springdale Rd, Bldg 1 #119

Alicia Philley

Multidisciplinary Painting
Mountain Pass
Mountain Pass

2020, Acrylic on basswood panel, 48 x 48 in.

$4,600

NFS

2020, Acrylic on basswood panel, 48 x 48 in.
Mountain Pass

2020, Acrylic on basswood panel, 48 x 48 in.

$ 4,600.00 USD

NFS

Fruiting of Equivalents
Fruiting of Equivalents

2021, Digital mixed media on archival paper, Dimensions variable

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Available in-studio and in online shop

Price on request

A World of Complex Affairs
A World of Complex Affairs

2021, Digital mixed media on archival paper, Dimensions variable

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Available in-studio and in online shop

Price on request

Acrylic on birch panel
Acrylic on birch panel

2020, Acrylic on birch panel, 6 x 6 in.

$165

Available in-studio and in online shop

The Complete/Incomplete Timeline, #43
The Complete/Incomplete Timeline, #43

2020, Acrylic on birch panel, 12 x 6 in.

$250

Available in-studio and in online shop

Mountain Pass
Mountain Pass

2020, Acrylic on basswood panel, 48 x 48 in.

$4,600

Available in-studio and in online shop

Out the Window and Through the Trees
Out the Window and Through the Trees

2021, Acrylic on birch panels, 36 x 48 in.

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Available in-studio and in online shop

Alicia Philley

In-person

Indoors (With safe distancing capabilities and mask required)

Performance

Live Virtual Reality Drawing Performance

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Nov 12

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8:00 PM

916 Springdale Rd, Studio 119

Topher Sipes, virtual reality and public artist, will perform live drawing using VR and projection in Caroline Walker’s studio. His improvisation will be inspired by the surrounding paintings and sculptures of Walker, Alicia Philley and Linda Wandt. Sipes' February collaboration with the Houston Symphony, was dubbed by The Houston Chronicle as “Fantasia in real time.” Limited capacity and masks required!

ADA accessibility

No ADA accessibility

By appointment only

Alicia Philley

Pre-recorded

Studio Visit

Studio Visit and Art Discussion

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A short tour of Caroline Walker's space---studio 119 at Canopy on Springdale Road---along with guest artists Linda Wandt and Alicia Philley. A sneak preview of a few artworks created in the past year and a half, and a discussion about our ongoing use of wood as a material!

ADA accessibility

No ADA accessibility

By appointment only

Alicia Philley

Pre-recorded

Studio Visit

Studio Visit: Outtakes and Shenanigans

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You havin' a laugh? Well, we are anyway! Outtakes, hijinks and general giddiness during the making of our studio tour video. Is it art; is it insanity? You decide! This message was approved by Caroline Walker, Linda Wandt and Alicia Philley. You can see our work and chat or laugh with us at studio 119 in the Canopy arts complex.

ADA accessibility

No ADA accessibility

By appointment only

Alicia Philley

About the Artist

Alicia Philley is an abstract painter who has been working in Austin, Texas for almost 15 years. Her work is deeply rooted in color theory—which she studied in the BFA painting program at Hunter College, NYC—as well as the natural landscape of Austin's trails, creeks, and plant life. She also holds a BA in journalism; her first career as a writer and editor set the stage for her creative path...always looking to the world around her for the narrative. She is a founding member of the Austin-based arts group Ingrained ATX and a member of the New York Artists Equity Association. Her paintings and collages are part of corporate collections in Texas and Germany and in private collections around Austin, Cincinnati, Dallas, Houston, Kansas City, New York City, San Francisco, Ingolstadt, Germany and Bilbao, Spain.

Artist Statement

My art practice is grounded in the subjective experience of sight and how we can use the act of looking to calm our busy minds. Every color and every curve in my abstract paintings mirror the elements of spaces that have guided me toward peace, joy and gratitude. The glistening ripples on a creek, leaves fluttering in a gentle breeze, exuberant springtime blooms, morning light on stones. I reduce my immediate landscape to the details that capture and hold my attention—hue, motion, light and pattern—then reformulate them with my language of spatial markings. By staining wood panels with bright pigments, I incorporate its grain; a visual metaphor for nature's pace of chronicling time. Across this expansive ground, I lay down precisely-mixed colors of flowing, branching lines. With each painting, I present a new yet also familiar vantage point for the internal experience of our world.

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