MARGARET NEILL - Artist - Paintings and Drawings - Brooklyn, NY

Beneath The Sky
graphite on paper
30 x 40 1/2"
currently available at Beth Urdang Gallery

"Brooklyn-based-artist Margaret Neill featured in our ON PAPER show are primarily about the pleasure of mark making, where you place your mark and where you don't, with the white of the paper transformed into the the beautiful light of what's in between. A trancelike mindset must be requisite for the focus and continuous motion necessary to make such dense, intricate, and minimal works.

Her joyful and confident abstractions are also satisfying as analogues for music - the lovely quiet sounds of layer upon layer of pencil-thin graphite swirls and the din of black ink and charcoal"
-Beth Urdang
Beth Urdang Gallery
Wellesley, MA

Neill's work has been reviewed in Art in America, The Brooklyn Rail, and The New York Sun. She has work in public and private collections including, Yale University Art Gallery, Colby College Museum of Art, Pfizer, Wellington Management, The New York Public Library, Deloitte University, TX, The Boston Medical Center, New York Public Library. The New School University, Hiram College OH, Loews Corp. Philadelphia,Zimmerli Art Museum, Rutgers University, Ernst & Young, NYC, among others.
Neill is represented by KENISE BARNES FINE ART, KENT, CT

NEW WORK and Recent Shows:

ON PAPER: Drawings Prints & Photographs
Thomas Jackson Alex Katz Margaret Neill John Newman Michael Singer
January 20 - March 5 2021

Beth Urdang Gallery
15 Central St., Wellesley MA 02482
Hours Tues-Sat. 10:30 to 5:30

Group show: Metaphor Projects Space
Dec. 2 2021 - Jan. 16 2022
382 Atlantic Ave. Brooklyn, NY

New works exhibited : Ohr-O'Keefe Museum, Biloxi MS also traveling from Bo Bartlett Center, Columbus Georgia.
"Music as Image and Metaphor / Selections from the Kentler Flatfiles, curated by David Houston.

THREE large Paintings recently placed in NYU Langone Art Program in three locations.

ONE PERSON SHOW, Kenise Barnes Fine Art, March, 2019

NEW YORK CENTRIC group show curated by James Little
opening March 7 American Fine Arts Society Gallery The Arts Students League of New York 215 West 57th Street, NYC March 5 -May 1

WIDE-OPEN two person show 490 Atlantic Gallery, Brooklyn
Wide-Open presents two artists Sculptor Miriam Ancis and painter Margaret Neill whose works respond to our increasingly divisive time with openness,

IDEELART Gallerist for Contemporary Abstract Art* located in London is now representing Margaret Neill.

Look for my work with my galleries on Artsy and First Dibs