Painted Hooves


  1. Abby Flanagan
  2. Alex Boeschenstein
  3. Alexandre Pépin
  4. Andrew Skoda
  5. Anna Teiche
  6. Anthony Rundblade
  7. Ariel Wood
  8. Austin Swearengin
  9. Bee Gray
  10. Brendan Shea
  11. Emma Rossoff
  12. Helen Jones
  13. Jesus Trevino
  14. Joy Scanlon
  15. Kerry Maguire
  16. Leah Shirley
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︎Painted Hooves
Many horse owners paint their equine hooves before a big show. There is some debate about what shows require this amount of care (regionals or just nationals) and which polishes are best (clear Ultra Hoof Polish or Twinkle Toes). Still, this act of preparation resonates with the absurdity and anticipation involved in a large group exhibition.

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makes sculptures and drawings that often resemble landscapes, maps, or graphs, however, they do not disclose information; she is less interested in portraying something and more interested in the friction between materials, images, and reality. She often finds herself reconciling what it means to explore the subjects of landscape and perception today while witnessing increasingly unstable conditions of the environment and human existence. In response, she uses poetics and abstraction to channel doubt and sentience.

Abby Flanagan is an artist, writer, and educator. Her work has been exhibited and presented in an array of art and educational institutions, such as soma, mexico city, mx; fieldworks gallery, visual arts center, austin, tx; maine media gallery, rockport, me; foreground gallery, butte, mt; aunt dofe’s hall of recent memory, willow creek, mt; helen e. copeland gallery bozeman, mt; limerick cchool of art and design, co. limerick ireland, burren college of art gallery co. claire, ireland, waller yoblonski gallery, bozeman mt; and exit gallery, bozeman, mt. she has been awarded residencies with soma summer, vermont studio center (postponed due to covid-19), orein arts, burren college of art, and mildred’s lane.


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