Fellowship Talk with Yen-Hua Lee and Mary V. Marsh
Yen-Hua Lee was born in Taiwan. She currently works and lives in Taiwan and New York. She earned her MFA in 2007 from Northern Illinois University. She has won many awards, including First Place at Studio Montclair 2008, First Place at Newark Arts Council’s Open Doors 08, First Place at West of Center Art House in Northville, Michigan ; she has also been granted several art residency fellowships. Her work has been shown in Taiwan, Germany, Austria, Italy, Argentina, Canada and U.S.A. She has had several solo shows, among them: in 2009, Dallas Contemporary, NY Studio Gallery and The Taipei Cultural Center in New York City ; in 2007 at Gallery Uno, Chicago, etc. She also had a group show at the Katonah Museum, NY, Masur Museum of Art in LA, Westchester Biennial ’08 and ’10 in New York and ARWI International Art Fair in San Juan, Puerto Rico ’07.
Mary V. Marsh has been making art in the Bay Area since 1984. She received a MFA from the San Francisco Art Institute in 1992, where she met her soul-mate and collaborator Tony Bellaver. She has exhibited in many venues in the Bay Area and makes artist’s books and multiples under Quite Contrary Press. Work is available through Seager Gray Gallery, Vamp & Tramp, Abecedarian Artists’ Books and Kala Art Institute. Works are included in many university library collections. Quite Contrary Press offers limited edition and unique artist’s books, prints and sculptures made in Oakland by Tony Bellaver and Mary V. Marsh individually and collaboratively.
Date: May 18, 2019
Time: 2:00 pm–4:00 pm
Kala Art Gallery
2990 San Pablo Avenue
Berkeley, CA 94702