Virtual Only
Studio #
410

916 Springdale Rd, Bldg 2

L. Renée Núñez

Installation and Painting
Leaf 8
Leaf 8

2013, acrylic on hand cut canvas, 60 x 50 x 44198 in.

$2,500

NFS

2013, acrylic on hand cut canvas, 60 x 50 x 44198 in.
Leaf 8

2013, acrylic on hand cut canvas, 60 x 50 x 44198 in.

$ 2,500.00 USD

NFS

Venus
Venus

2014, Acrylic on hand cut canvas, 84 x 60 x in.

$14,000

Available in-studio and in online shop

Nauticorn
Nauticorn

2013, Acrylic on hand cut canvas, 60 x 48 x 1 1/2 in.

$8,000

Available in-studio and in online shop

Leaf 8
Leaf 8

2013, acrylic on hand cut canvas, 60 x 50 x 44198 in.

$2,500

Available in-studio and in online shop

Habitat; Sentinel
Habitat; Sentinel

2015, Acrylic on hand cut canvas, 72 x 216 x 3 in.

0

Available in-studio and in online shop

Habitat: Quarry
Habitat: Quarry

2017, Acrylic enamel on aluminum, 84 x ~480 x ~240 in.

0

Available in-studio and in online shop

Habitat: A Personal Bestiary
Habitat: A Personal Bestiary

2014, Acrylic on hand cut canvas, 96 x 144 x 144 in.

0

Available in-studio and in online shop

L. Renee Nunez

In-person

Indoors (With safe distancing capabilities and mask required)

Other

Desert Door Residency Group Exhibition

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Nov 13

Nov 14

Nov 20

Nov 21

at

12:00 PM

till

6:00 PM

916 Springdale RD, Bldg 2, #101

Desert Door Residency group exhibition. Opening reception Nov 13, 12pm-2pm. Activation Nov 21, 4pm-6pm.

ADA accessibility

No ADA accessibility

By appointment only

L. Renée Núñez

About the Artist

L. Renee Nunez is curious about plants, animals, and minerals and the relationships that exist between them. She has discovered that these beings have messages about our world that she shares through her artwork, primarily in the form of painted installations. Her site specific and semi-site specific installations were partly developed from her decades-long presence in the Austin dance community for whom she created collaborative installations and sculptural costumes and where her love of movement was nurtured.

Artist Statement

The exponential evolutionary growth of technology has affected the speed at which humans produce, consume and interact, a speed that can't be maintained or reconciled, causing an anxiety that finds me reaching backwards and inside to find connection with the primordial. For the last 10 years I have been creating Habitat: Other World populated by representatives of plants and animals in a direct manifestation of my reach for the primordial. These representatives have mutated characteristics that symbolize the nebulous, and thus connected, mass of newly forming primordial life. The work takes form in a painted, ever evolving installation as these creatures accrete. The intricately hand cut networks cast shadows and reflect color leading them to link the realms of two and three dimensional worlds.

www.renenunez.com
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