Marquee Projects is thrilled to present Rotational Invitational ll – A Fall into Winter Salon, the second show of evolving exhibitions that will move through various iterations over the next few months.

We will feature a diverse selection of artworks: drawing, collage, CGI print, sculpture, ceramic, painting, and photography; through social media, our website, and email we will announce upcoming receptions for each new version of the exhibit.

The second salon includes work by both new and familiar artists: Hannah Antalek, Lauren Skelly Bailey, Roberley Bell, Tim Furzer, James Greco, Sally Paul, Emily Blair Quinn, Carol Saft, Gary Schneider, Marvin Trachtenberg, and Taylor White.

Emily Blair Quinn received an MFA in Painting/Drawing from the University of Colorado, Boulder in 2016. She creates psychological landscapes in which figurines, dollhouses, and miniatures are metaphors for the mind. Using oil she paints disquiet depictions of surreal domestic spaces in which shiny, melting, translucent, ghostly, and fractured figurines appear to be on the edge of a mental breakdown. Quinn uses dark humor and bright colors to engage viewers, making her work a catalyst for conversation that acknowledges and normalizes feelings of isolation, loneliness, and loss.

Taylor Anton White's work gives form to fleeting memories and the dormant mania crawling beneath the carpet of the Western home. These images recount crisis and triumph, momentum and confinement, lust, and low-altitude bombing. Finding stillness in the recording of arguments within the process of painting and drawing, He returns to his childhood freezer filled with popsicles and secret passageways.